6.30.2005

Sorry, Souter. Bet you didn't think that was going to happen...


Don't look so sad, Souter.
Losing your family home will help your community, after all.



We didn't really talk to much about the eminent domain decision last week. Maybe it is because neither of us are homeowners, and, being Liberal, we are only concerned with what concerns us.

Oh, wait. I think that's another party...

But this story is just too good to pass up.

It seems that someone has more balls than I ever thought possible -- Logan Clements, CEO of Freestar Media (fighter of government repression through his Web site and cable [access?] show), has suggested taking over Supreme Court Justice Souter's New Hampshire farmhouse and turning it into a hotel.

The rationale? That the hotel will better serve the public interest, bringing economic development, higher tax revenue, and more jobs to the town of Weare.

The name of the hotel? Lost Liberty.

The in-hotel restaurant? Just Desserts Cafe.

person x at 12:53 PM

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at Thursday, June 30, 2005 1:32:00 PM Blogger annamaria said...

Poetic justice. I love it!

 
at Thursday, June 30, 2005 2:32:00 PM Anonymous Rich said...

Come on... you're making that up!

 
at Thursday, June 30, 2005 2:55:00 PM Blogger annamaria said...

Not a joke...at least not according to Logan Clements.

But if it is, damn, that's the best joke ever!

 
at Thursday, June 30, 2005 3:23:00 PM Blogger person x said...

Here's a link to Clements' letter to the code enforcement officer of Weare -- his name is actually Mr. Meany!

I fucking love it.

 
at Thursday, June 30, 2005 4:05:00 PM Anonymous Rich said...

Is life too fuckin' weird or what? ;)

 
at Thursday, June 30, 2005 6:22:00 PM Blogger annamaria said...

Apparently, Rich likes to quote Bill Hicks, too!

 
at Friday, July 01, 2005 10:10:00 AM Blogger Kurt said...

I mentioned the case on my site, but oh well...;-)
Anyway, this is too funny. I think we should all invest in the company and push it at the next shareholdres meeting...

 

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