FEATURE, MARCH 5, 2009
TAKE A BOW, FRANK ANZALONE
Words of love: Ahhh, this article is so good ["I'll Probably Die in That Chair," Matt Kasper]. This guy is the best lawyer ever. Seriously, I love him!
Julie Rosenthal, St. Louis, via the Internet
Next time you commit murder: This man is not greedy but generous. A great lawyer and such a good man. You should use him for all of the murder cases or other trouble you get into.
Kevin Rosenthal, St. Louis, via the Internet
Not to mention reverent, brave and courageous: It's so nice to be able to read an article about such a wonderful, caring and dedicated lawyer, the kind of lawyer anyone would want handling such devastating circumstances that unfortunately can befall them. God bless him.
nmg, St. Louis, via the Internet
Anzalone, for all your troubled times: I've been in and out of trouble all my life, and Frank has been my counsel two-thirds of the time. I don't think there is a more honest, straight-forward, non-judgmental lawyer on the planet!
Angelo, O'Fallon, Missouri, via the Internet
Imagine that: A well-written story about an honest lawyer? Who would have thought?
SamanthaR, Los Angeles, via the Internet
DAILY RFT, MARCH 4, 2009
SLAY BELLS RING
Our kind of mayor: Slay could have paid zero and still won the election handily ["Mayor Slays Competition," Chad Garrison]. The opponents in the primary are a joke. No one has done more for this city in twelve years than Slay. This city was a dump ten years ago. He's putting it back together. Turnout was light because the city is doing well. People turn out when they are angry.
Matto, via the Internet
For what it's worth: After spending almost $2 million so far and getting almost 20,000 votes, Slay has paid about $100 per vote.
Adam, via the Internet
DAILY RFT, MARCH 2, 2009
DON'T SLEEP WITH ELEPHANTS
A cautionary note: Herpesgirl is right ["Zoo's Herpes Outbreak Gets the New York Times Treatment," Keegan Hamilton]. Please remember that every time you sleep with an elephant, you're sleeping with every elephant that elephant has slept with.
Delicious Percival, via the Internet
DAILY RFT, MARCH 2, 2009
It's all about the money: I don't trust anything about these cameras; they are an ATM machine disguised as a public-safety initiative ["City Turns Over Unpaid Red-Light Tickets to Collection Agency," Chad Garrison]. My brother in Arizona says they are everywhere. He bought this special GPS device that knows where all of the speed cameras and red-light cameras are, and it beeps when he's near one.
Todd Gershon, via the Internet
Stop already!: Stop running red lights, dumbass. Problem solved.
You're a Moron, via the Internet