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Howdy JT,

 

Maybe Ryan received 30K for dropping the flag at Talladega??

 

Alabama is THE holy land. No booze on Sun. No lottery. Vibrators are illegal.

 

Folks must be flipping the fuck out from Cullman to Satsuma.

 

 

Right behind Bama is Knox Co. in TN.

 

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2008/feb/13/rep-campfield-wants-gay-references-banned-schools/

 

 

God, gays & guns...

 

John

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>Howdy JT,

>

>Maybe Ryan received 30K for dropping the flag at Talladega??

>

>Alabama is THE holy land. No booze on Sun. No lottery.

>Vibrators are illegal.

>

>Folks must be flipping the fuck out from Cullman to Satsuma.

>

 

John,

 

Doesn't look like Ryan was dropping any flags rather he was installing hard drives. :+

 

Here's an excerpt from the article that really hits it:

 

“At another point, the HealthSouth lawyer asked Langford if it would concern him to learn that the computer charity's money was "being used to pay a pornographic star.

 

"Pay what?" Langford asked.

"A pornographic star," the lawyer responded.

"I'd have to learn more about what you're talking about," Langford said.

 

Katopodis testified in his deposition that Donais, the adult-film actor, was paid to help the Council of Cooperating Governments and the Computer Help for Kids programs, both of which were handling money and expenses for Langford's computer initiative. Donais, a former Playgirl Magazine centerfold, has starred in seven gay adult films. Katopodis pointed out in his testimony that Donais also has appeared in plays in New York City.

 

"He's a businessman and had been working as, had done several off-Broadway productions and had been writing a play," Katopodis testified. "I don't know what else he was doing, you know."

 

Donais received $5,000 from the computer charity and $25,000 from the council, according to court filings. "He's very good at working on computers," Katopodis testified. "He's very adept at computers. But at the time he was working at the Council, he didn't work on computers."

 

Under further questioning, Katopodis said Donais worked for the computer charity without any formal training in that area.

 

"He repaired computers. He, as I say, helped us, he traveled helping to try to set up computer programs in other areas among disadvantaged communities," Katopodis said. “

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You mean in all of B'ham, Montgomery, Mobile or Atlanta(2.5 hrs east), they couldn't find anyone truly qualified to do this computer work @ 30K?? No ITT grad? Auburn or UA computer person? Somebody at GA Tech?

 

On behalf of the Georgia Non-Shiny Council, I got a big knob in need of spit-polishing. Who is up for the job? Any porn stars qualified?<EG>

 

BTW, is Ryan Idol still hot?

 

John

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Ryan appeared in the latest Broadway revival of The Ritz late last year. He played one of the bathhouse patrons "Crisco". The play closed after, ahem, 69 performances.

 

I'd surmise that he may still have the looks even though he's got to be in his early 40's by now.

 

How'd he wind up in LA (Lower Alabama in Southern y'all) is what I'd be curious to learn about.

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