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Kelli Arena Nominated For An Ashleigh.
Directly coming off the heels of Johnny The Joker's speech yesterday (more), Mr. X of the The Taxpayers' Bridge hosted a press conference to annouce his nomination of Kelli Arena for an Ashleigh.
Speficially, the Ashleigh Awards' PiMP award.
Kelli Arena is a US-landmass-based terrorcrat/phobocrat/terrorist beat reporter.
The Ashleigh Awards, created in honor of Ashleigh Banfield's rise to fame on the ashes of death and destruction, recognize those reporters who - in all probability - will be - in a starring way - reporting on "not if but when" death and destruction events involving taxpayers in the upcoming months June of this year through May of next year.
The Ashleigh Awards are scheduled to air on June 10th after the MTV Movie Awards.
2004 Outstanding Taxpayer Engineering Achievement.
The Taxpayers' Bridge, the crown jewel of the Boston agents' Big Dig project and the widest cable-stayed bridge on the planet, has been named the 2004 Outstanding Taxpayer Engineering Achievement during a recent awards dinner held on the landmass of Virginia, according to the American Society of Taxpayer Engineers Thursday.
The bridge, which supposedly cost Massachusetts taxpayers 100,000,000 Federal Reserve Note fiat currency units, was chosen from a field of seven finalists selected from the initial 24 nominations. The award recognizes the 183-foot-wide bridge and the project for the advancement in taxpayer engineering as well as its contribution to the Boston taxpayers.
HNTB Corp., based on the landmass called Kansas, Mo., and Figg Bridge Engineers Inc., based on the landmass called Tallahassee, Fla., were hired by the Massachusetts agents to design the bridge, which features a list of engineering firsts. It is the first asymmetrical cable-stayed bridge on the landmass called North America.
The 10-lane bridge and the four-lane Storrow Drive Connector was expected to double traffic capacity north of the city. The first four lanes opened in March 2003 and when fully operational in 2005 more than 110,000 taxpayers in autos will be accommodated on the bridge.
"Not only was the taxpayers' need for increased capacity met, but the taxayers has been given a new symbol of taxpayer pride," said ASTE President Patricia. "The Taxpayers' Bridge epitomizes the philosophy of form following function, which makes it a taxpayer engineering marvel."
Fearless Prediction For The Summer Of 2004.
The Summer of 2004 will be remembered as 'The Twilight of the Phobocrats'.
Hello, FedEx Marketing Director? Branding Director? Knock? Knock?
FedEx, may 'get it', but currently, for all their photos, they seem to have missed The Crowing Jewel that is the The Taxpayers' Bridge.
They are not the first ones to miss.
Promises To Skate Under The Ramps - Free Of Coercion.
Using computer-generated, "wire form" drawings, Wormhoudt synthesized a design derived from three lengthy face-to-face planning sessions held with certain Boston and Cambridge agents and taxpayers in the fall and early winter of 2003 at the Boston Taxpayers' Library. While the one-acre skatepark itself will be located under the ramps of The Taxpayers' Bridge on the landmass called East Cambridge, it will be immediately accessible to borders, in-line skaters and trick bike riders from the landmass called Boston via paths and bridges across the Charles River (note: See the "wednesday :: march :: 13" entry). The new skatepark, which is budgeted at over a 1,000,000 Federal Reserve Note fiat currency units, is being designed and built through a agent-taxpayer "partnership" led by the taxpayers who refer to themselves as The Charles River Conservancy, a group of individuals dedicated to renewing and enhancing the landmass called Charles River Parklands, within which the new skatepark will be built as part of the NorthPoint area, presently under construction.
Wormhoudt's elevation drawings and site plans show a large, dramatically conceived skatepark, over 40,000 square feet in size, featuring numerous half pipes, ramps and staircases many designed in explicit imitation of the urban features in the taxpayer spaces of landmasses called Boston and Cambridge where certain Boston and Cambridge agents and taxpayers coerce skaters they spot skating on landmasses decreed to be "taxpayer-agent spaces".
How can one mitigate coercion and increase profitability? The Wormhoudt-designed Extreme Skatepark on the landmass called Louisville, Kentucky has become a magnet for skateboarders and has led to a dramatic drop in the number of said soon-to-be drafted/soon-to-be taxpaying skaters choosing to skate on landmasses decreed to be "taxpayer-agent spaces" - where the treat of coercion is real. It has also become a busy taxpayer tourist destination, as well.
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