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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Kwame bails out school chief and takes wind out of earthquake's sails


Kwame Kilpatrick is in prison.

OK, nothing new to report, except of course that he's now facing new charges, the charges that much of the area's population has awaited and expected.

According to a story by The Associated Press, Kwame Kilpatrick was indicted on a 19-count federal warrant alleging what sounds like can be summed up in one word: corruption.

Interesting that Kwame's return to the front page occurs on the day that the perverted Detroit school board president continued being blasted while also:

1. Michigan and Canada and parts of northeast US experience earthquake fever,
2. The United States scores a late goal for an exciting finish in the final game of the World Cup's first round,
3. Another round of storms are watched with anticipation towards more power outages,
4. DTE tree trimmers set to strike,
5. A general honestly quoted by a rocknroll mag goes to face the Commander in Chief, and
6. A soccer game ends in exciting fashion.

I think that Kwame will play big on the TV news and of course the Detroit papers, but the earthquake I think is most interesting due to the immediate social media reaction to it. But the stories with biggest impact on our lives deal with weather and the subsequent power outages. The president's firing of the outspoken general also affect lives across the world.

Nice day to be in the news business, though I believe every day is fun. Now to see how everything gets played at 6 p.m., 10 and 11 p.m., and with the front pages.

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9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kwame is in prison. His downfall started when the Detroit Free Press telling the truth about the sex text.

Kwame got busted for perjury, lies exposed by the press.

However, the Oakland Press, as in specifically Stephen Frye the blogger, knowingly and willfully published and printed lies to purposely conceal the massive criminal activity, racism and child endangerment being committed by the Troy School District Board of Education and an extremely dangerous mentally ill administrator.

It seems Frye, an obvious Zionist, will do anything to aid and abet the deranged Aryan/Zionist Jews who are behind the scheme.


Frye and the Zionist rats of the Oakland Press, know the truth about Troy School District, their motives and who is involved, yet still refuses to retract his lies and publish the truth.

Proof: Where is former Troy School District employee, sex deviate and gun toting would be Columbine style killer, Don Moak?

Frye the stooge knows.

Ken

June 23, 2010 at 1:53 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Oakland Press has the craziest readers on the planet. Where do you come up with this stuff? Is Glenn Beck on a 24-hour loop at your house, Anonymous?

June 24, 2010 at 1:57 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like Watcher has found another forum for his hate-filled diatribes. And to Anonymous poster 2, it is obvious you have never seen Glenn Beck. Stick to what you know for sure, even though that may be slim pickings.

June 24, 2010 at 9:53 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Frye, who is the person in charge of the assembly of the newspaper? I am a subscriber of the OP, and have been for 40 years, but lately have been annoyed when attempting to read the paper. Today is a good example. Section A is 22 pages, which is not overly large. One would expect section A to be one section, with pages 1, 2, 21 and 22 sharing the same physical sheet of paper, and pages 3 through 20 included within.

But no. There are four mini sections within section A, with aseparate 3/4 sheet ad (page 23 and 24. I can understand and accept the ads, as your newspaper needs to make money. What I don't understand is how in this age of compuerization, it is so difficult to assemble one section of the paper in one section, rather than four. It seems to me whoever is in charge never reads the physical paper, just the online version.

Maybe I am missing something, but is there something other than it is easier for the OP driving the multi-section sections?

I sent an email months ago to the person I thought handled complaints, but never heard a word. Could you have someone provide an explanation online, as many of my friends are also annoyed? Anything you could provide would be appreciated.

June 24, 2010 at 10:22 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clearly the Zionists are supporting the Aryans, because that just makes a whole heap of sense. And the idea that they would support Don Moak, and his gun toting sexually deviant ways only adds further credence to the original poster's argument.

Where is Sam Kaflappy?

I know...I know.

June 24, 2010 at 10:27 AM 
Blogger Stephen Frye said...

Anonymous 10:22 a.m., I'm sorry for the hassle of the multiple sections within a section. It is a headache.

It has to do with the economy and ads. With our presses, color ads are produced best with multiple sections, and considering the troubles of the newspaper industry in general and the Michigan economy as well, we're forced to find solutions to satisfy our advertisers desire for more color ads.

It makes the paper have more sections, but it also allows us to keep printing daily and to keep delivery on a daily basis.

Thank you for the feedback and please know that we continue to explore options to get around these problems.

June 25, 2010 at 10:22 AM 
Blogger Craven said...

Why in the world would you allow Bruce Fealk back on the OP Blogs, albeit disguised as Rochester Citizen, after removing him for inappropriate language and conduct on his old blog? It is ok for him to lurk and post indecent comments and accusations (same old Bruce) on other blogs and remain the innocent newswannabe here? I would like to know how he got back in the first place.

http://bonsaifromtheright.blogspot.com/2010/06/they-hold-hands-across-sands-to-do-what.html#comments

June 27, 2010 at 4:11 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Frye:

Go ahead and respond to the idiots that think I'm crazy.

To the fools that read this, or is it one sick Troy rat following me, you notice Frye has nothing to say in response.

Ever wonder why?

June 27, 2010 at 7:17 PM 
Blogger Stephen Frye said...

You've said enough, Ken.

And Craven, I appreciate Bruce Fealk's coverage of Rochester and Rochester Hills, particularly the news from around the community. He was first to report on the broken water main and closed roads as well as the first to first to report when it would reopen. His politics aside, he has a sense of community news, mixing his opinion with pieces on volunteers, youth programs, local community events, the schools' budget crisis, and even a story on us and our coverage of the community.

Eventually, I believe, every community will have a couple or dozen of these sorts of sites, and this variety of coverage will ensure that the public can find out what is happening in their hometowns.

June 28, 2010 at 10:42 AM 

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