Monday, January 19, 2015

Cutest kid contest

This is great stuff...the Greensboro News is imitating the worst of the Reidsville Review with a Cutest Kid Contest.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Another Review reporter bites the dust

Reidsville Review reporter Katie Mann has announced her retirement from North Carolina public reporting life.  It's a tragic story.  She'll be better appreciated in Ohio.  What more can we say?


Saturday, January 10, 2015


It's not just the Islamic extremists with AK-47s doing the dirty deeds.  Here's to the good old days before a jerk-off offended government official could derail a newspaper by abusing the legal system.  This one's for you, Ron Price.  Click here to download the paper.  It's big, so slip into a warm bath while you wait. You might want to right click the link and save the file.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Reidsville praises the Gallucci

The Reidsville City Council introduced the public to the Gallucci (or the Alien) which will soon stand in the spot formerly occupied by the Confederate Monument.  Approximately 100 citizens attended the gala held at Cafe 99.  Everyone agreed the Gallucci (or the Alien) is a thing of great beauty and will bring much honor to the city.

Here is a view of the model of the Gallucci (or the Alien).  The actual Gallucci (or the Alien) will stand 18 feet tall.  The little green thing on the left is a model of a man.  This will give you an idea of the scale of the final product.  The blue light in the top of the Gallucci (or the Alien) has been turned off because it was blinding the audience.

Mayors Festerman and Turner meet the Gallucci's creator and admire his handiwork.

Here is a closeup of the Gallucci (or the Alien).

This is an even closer closeup of the Gallucci (or the Alien).

This may look like City Manager Kelly Almond, but it's actually his clone Michael Pearce.  Pearce is fielding a comment from the audience, praising the Gallucci (or the Alien).  To the left of Pearce is a mock-up of the Gallucci (or the Alien) on Scales St. where it will be erected.

Former Mayor Jay Donecket drinks in a coffee and the admiration of the Gallucci (or the Alien).

This is one of the many admirers gathered to celebrate and praise the great Gallucci (or the Alien).

Seated in front of Jake and Elwood Blues are Brad and Tammy Spencer.  They are friends with the Gallucci (or the Alien) creator.  The Spencers still run the City of Reidsville and decide what is and is not appropriate.  The Gallucci is definitely appropriate.

A somewhat dour looking Mayor Susan Turner and her husband Clark listen as the Gallucci's (or the Alien) creator excites the citizens of Reidsville with his plan.

One citizen complained she did not like the blue Alien egg at the top of the Gallucci (or the Alien).  She suggested it be replaced with a bud of a tobacco plant.  Because she is a very prominent citizen, former Mayor Jay Donecker did some backpedaling on the Gallucci (or the Alien) , telling the crowd that the Gallucci (or the Alien) is merely a proposal which could be changed.  The crowd would have none of the Mayor's nonsense.  Reidsville wants the Gallucci (or the Alien).

Friday, January 2, 2015

Tractor trailer accident?

Tractor trailer accident?  What the hell is Jessica Alexander talking about?

By the way, when I first read this article a few days ago, I never assumed what was pictured here is what going to replace the monument in the traffic circle.  Then someone posted a Facebook photo of the "The Bud" standing in the middle of Scales St.  The Bud will soon be appearing in downtown.  It will be 18 feet high and have changeable lights.

Read about the tractor trailer accident here.