Does Jim Watson Read The Bulldog?

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    sisco farraro

    Damn straight he does.

    While Watson flicks his wrist and dismisses this news site he, or more likely one of his office flunkies, devours the articles on The Bulldog on a daily basis. Why?

    Because there are many good ideas that surface on this news site and he wants to incorporate as many of them as he can so he “appears” to be knowledgeable.

    Good work, Ken. Just below the surface of his skin Jim Watson loves The Bulldog because he’d be lost without you.

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    Ken Gray
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    Sisco:

    Thank you for this.

    Yes he does read it. Why else would he blacklist it three times?

    In fact, I wish he’s just read it rather than blacklist it.

    One person told me he thinks Watson is up at five in the morning reading The Bulldog because of his legendary thin skin. Another city-hall type said Watson dismisses The Bulldog and says he doesn’t read it, but strangely, he knows everything that’s in it.

    You also notice that periodically he knee-jerks on policy that just happens to coincide with something in The Bulldog.

    Happy reading, Your Worship.

    cheers

    kgray

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    sisco farraro

    Bulldog contributors like Ken Gray, Ron Benn, Mike Patton and others provide suggestions that discuss what the city needs to succeed. While the feedback is not always presented on hands and knees, Watson and his staff don’t possess the creativity provided gratis by those listed above.

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