Tuesday, August 22, 2006

A Blind Item from massapequaNews.com

Over at massapequanews.com, site owner and reporter Christine Sohmer in her video news segment tells us of a local Massapequa politician who missed a photo-op at the Classic Car Night at the Massapequa LIRR station. Ms. Sohmer goes to all the local events, photographs the activities and visitors and posts the pictures on her site.
Seems this one politician missed the chance to be in the pictures and requested that he be added into the picture using the digital manipulation software Photoshop.
Who is this politician?
Ms. Sohmer won't tell.

Our money is on Assemblyman Joe Saladino.

Joe wants to be in every photo-op. Just check the local papers and see his beaming mug at every event.
With the magic of Photoshop, Joe can be added anywhere... and anytime. Joe will never miss an important photo-op past or present.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent deduction, my friend; however, I admit nothing! Christine Sohmer, Editor massapequaNEWS.com

RottweilerTOM said...

Hi. As long as I could remember, from Mr. Healey through Labriola and now Saladino, all of these hacks were in the local rags exploiting themselves shamelessly since it was obvious they were/are "do- nothing" morons...so this was their way of reaching to the public. Their pics were a classic machine ploy to show you they considered themselves relevant - when the real truth is DO-NOTHINGS!!!!

Anonymous said...

And, I thought it was Dave Mejias who wanted to be superimposed. Oh, wait, he already owns South Bay Newspaper's cover. Who publishes South Bay, a Mejias relative? Oh well, good for him, I guess. Of course, I am a Pete King Democrat so I'm more sensitive to that newspaper's blatant bias.

Anonymous said...

http://members.aol.com/massapequanews/main.htm

I wouldn't trust anything that cheezy excuse for a media organization publishes.

MassapequaNEWS.aol.com

Anonymous said...

http://members.aol.com/massapequanews/main.htm

You can't trust MassapequaNEWS.com when it comes to simple courtesy, never mind any form of gossip they print.

MassapequaNEWS@aol.com

Anonymous said...

What are you talking about?

Both these URLS aren't working???

http://members.aol.com/massapequanews/main.htm

http://MassapequaNEWS.aol.com