Monday, September 26, 2005

Leave the gente, take the tortillas ... (listening to Cat Stevens)

Eses, a few days ago, the pinche Orange Caca Register printed an article on which governmental agency would be in charge during a pinche disaster (I'll link the article when found) ... from earthquakes to floods hasta un pinche loco MEChA meeting out of pinche control ... according to the reliable and pinche dependable ... yeah, yeah, yeah ... Register, it's the Sheriff's Department who'll be in sharge ... simon, Mike Carona is da' vato in madre of times ... simon, if mother nature is being shaken like loca in her cama, if she's so wet our houses flood or when she gives un madre of a blow job ... simon, Mike's in charge ... Ese Mike, save pics ... THEN ... then again maybe this barrio ain't big enough for la placa and city manager ... ayer, the Daily Pilot reported, CHALE ... city managers are in sharge ... this is true, dice Daily Pilot, at least in Costa Mesa and Nuevo Puerto ... "They'd be at the head of city operations during and after an earthquake, flood or terrorist attack" ... and I imagine all lowrider shows and MeCHA meeting by the pier ... chingow .... the Pilot says that "public safety officials would handle immediate physical dangers" yet all else falls in the hands of city managers ...

CHINGOW ... this sounds like a pinche Seinfeld episode ... simon, George gets hired as a City Manager and takes his pinche title to the dictatorial extreme ... later he's in a tug-of-war over the mic with Mayor Giuliani ... gracias a dios nada has hit us yet there's already pinche hyuush confushion (huge confusion, ese) .... over whose in charge in the procedure books ... the Register paper, I recall, said that specific information on emergency plans could not be discussed for security reasons ... come on eses, give us a pinche break ...

To be pinche continued ...

3 Comments:

At 7:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't see how the sheriff would be in charge if only for protection. During a disaster, we would need security but we would also need food, water, shelter and all that stuff to be rationed which would come from county, non-profit and municipal bodies.

 
At 9:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So did Costa Mesa and Newport Beach's elected officials just decide to be hands off or is this how most cities operate? You would think this is when elected people are needed most.

 
At 11:05 AM, Blogger cindylu said...

MEChA meetings never get crazy. They/we are all a bunch of nerds.

 

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