Monday, August 23, 2010
The New Man About Town
Franklin , Tennessee-BVD News-there's a new man in town and he's got his own TV show. Born in Iraq and now living on Social Security in Leipers Fork , Mahmood enjoys killing people in his spare time. BVD got a word in with , "the man with a plan for the pan"
BVD: How do you like living in America
Mahmood: It's great. Back home , people hate me butt here I'm worshiped ass a GOD.
BVD: How so
Mahmood: Well , take Franklin Police for example , I throw money at them and they fall at my feet begging for more. I'm told the Chief of Police wants to give me a job , to over see his Holding Room
Well , there you have it folks and be sure to catch his show. It's a sure shot to be a hot one to please the palate
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Same Old Story Different Day
Nashville , Tennessee - BVD Bloggingtographer-you know the story , there stands another retired Vanderbilt University professor.
THE TENNESSEAN brought this story to light over the weekend.
Monday, August 16, 2010
Franklin's Buzz On The Streets
Question: What will "Our" Aldermen think of next to boost "Our" city's economy?
Answer: They'll throw in free $treet $cape options to the buyer
Franklin— According to local historians, it was the place where a notorious 1949 murder investigation unfolded, a mother and son suspected of brutally murdering a beautiful woman, who later were sentenced to die in the electric chair. It was also the sleeping place of many restless moonshiners, arrested for illegal alcohol. Now this historic property is available to the highest bidder. The City of Franklin has declared the historic 1940’s jail, affectionately known as the “old, old jail,” and the facility behind the building as surplus property and is now accepting sealed written bids in the City’s Purchasing Office until 2:00 p.m. September 2, 2010. The two institutional structures, including the single parcel of land located at 112 and 118 Bridge Street will be sold as one package.
The structures will be open for inspection to potential bidders on August 6 and again on August 11 between 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. or otherwise by appointment. Bids must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the City’s instructions, terms and conditions pertaining to this solicitation, available at the Purchasing Office or upon electronic request made to firstname.lastname@example.org. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive formalities. For the full bid notice go to http://www.franklintn.gov/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=3854
For additional information and/or to schedule an inspection appointment, please contact the
Purchasing Office at the above e-mail address or by telephone, 615/550-6692.
Friday, August 13, 2010
Another Day At The Office
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Teach Them While They Are Young
Vanderbilt Hospital and Medical Center in Nashville , Tennessee - BVD got the latest buzz from Vanderbilt's Medical Profits & Business Departments today. The theme is about teaching young people at a younger age so Vanderbilt can make more profit before a person dies.
Here's part of the slide show.
Sarah Hutchinson shows off her job keeping skills
Vanderbilt Gay Pride Program for Young Gays - for ages 6 thru 9
Monday, August 09, 2010
Social Security Strained System
Nashville , Tennessee - in today's THE TENNESSEAN , "WE" are told how Americans are straining "OUR" Social Security System. BUTT , "WE" are not told about the strain "OUR" immigrants are putting on "OUR" Social Security System.
I wonder why? At 3 checks a month , per person , I would call "OUR" immigrants a triple strain.