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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times

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First question: Ernest, are we gonna re-schedule? — She’s baaaccckkk.  Saint Petersblog nemesis Cristina Silva has returned from a four-month stint in Tallahassee.  The former City Hall reporter tweeted yesterday: @cristymsilva: back in St. Petersburg after nearly four months. What did I miss? Silva actually has an interesting PolitiFact piece answering the important question of whether that’s Barack Obama in the Whoomp! video. Because all black people look alike to the Tea Party racists who first concocted this rumor. Talk about getting…

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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times

in Peter/The Bay and the 'Burg by

First question: Ernest, are we gonna re-schedule? — She’s baaaccckkk.  Saint Petersblog nemesis Cristina Silva as returned from a four-month stint in Tallahassee.  The former City Hall reporter tweeted yesterday: @cristymsilva: back in St. Petersburg after nearly four months. What did I miss? Silva actually has an interesting PolitiFact piece answering the important question of whether that’s Barack Obama in the Whoomp! video. Because all black people look alike to the Tea Party racists who first concocted this rumor. Talk about getting…

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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times

in Peter/The Bay and the 'Burg by

I enjoyed a dirty martini at St. Pete Brasserie late last night and had the opportunity to speak with George Rahdert, the St. Petersburg Times lawyer on 1st Amendment issues.  Talking about the City of St. Petersburg ban on street-side solicitations, I told him, “Give ’em hell, George!” Well, reading today’s Declaration of War by Times Publishing Co. on the City of St. Petersburg, Hell may seem like a pleasant alternative to where this case will end up. As I’ve said before,…

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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times

in Peter/The Bay and the 'Burg by

I enjoyed a dirty martini at St. Pete Brasserie late last night and had the opportunity to speak with George Rahdert, the St. Petersburg Times lawyer on 1st Amendment issues.  Talking about the City of St. Petersburg ban on street-side solicitations, I told him, “Give ’em hell, George!” Well, reading today’s Declaration of War by Times Publishing Co. on the City of St. Petersburg, Hell may seem like a pleasant alternative to where this case will end up. As I’ve said before,…

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