You’re on Notice! — Not Long for Bremerton

It’s time for the latest and perhaps final version of the Bremerton version of “You’re on Notice.” I say “final” because I like making you cry. HA! Just a joke. Actually, the board may find a new home while it still is allowed to survive. Check back on this blog next week to find out where the new home just might be.

Next up, though, let’s open the mail bag.

A fan by the name of “buy viagra” writes,

“What a pleasure it must be for you to have such an interesting job and to get to know some juicy bits of info.”

Well, buy, my job really is interesting, thank you for acknowledging that. I find your name interesting. You must be friends with “buy cialis” and “cheap vicodin.” You also have friends whose names make me blush.

Anyway, thanks for writing and enjoy your place in the junk file.

As for this week’s board, we only received a couple nominations, so I’m left to filling the bulk of it myself.

The CAC decides how much the governor and others get paid. Kitsap SEED I’m sure you know about.

Carly Simon makes it this week for her continued refusal to broadcast who “You’re So Vain” is about. The first time I heard that song, I remember thinking, “Funny, I don’t recall ever meeting Carly Simon.”

Survivor (The television show, The band has been dead to me for some time.) makes it because I just watched the finale of Survivor Fiji. It was perhaps the best-played version of the game ever, and yet I wonder if I’m the only person in America who watched it. Did you know they’re going to China next? Did anyone know?

I liked the first Pirates movie, hated the second one and based on one reviwer I will hate the first TWO HOURS AND FIFTEEN MINUTES. It takes that long before it gets good, and the final part lasts 45 minutes.

The Bremerton “On Notice” board will likely be moved.

The Chicken BLT Salad at Wendy’s is delicious, but I’ve had three in the last week and I’m getting weary.

Finally, once again, Port Orchard is on notice. Why? I don’t know. It just feels good to see it up there week after week.

So as to not trivialize Memorial Day, I didn’t want to make any reference to it here.

Continue sending your nominations and I’ll continue to update this board, probably every Friday.

Remember, “You’re on notice” means “I’m watching you,” not “You’re dead to me,” which is a different board. Send me your nominations for things or people you’re getting a little suspicious of, or getting a little tired of, or you think isn’t getting the attention it should. Try to be Bremerton-specific and feel free to duplicate other peoples’ nominations. If something gets nominated a lot, it’s more likely to get on the board.

Then again, this isn’t scientific and is subject to the blogmaster’s personal bias and sense of what’s relevant and/or funny.

3 thoughts on “You’re on Notice! — Not Long for Bremerton

  1. And Port Orchard feels good being up there week after week, but we’re darn tried of being at the bottom of the list.

  2. Chris, Port Orchard can not be at the bottom of the list so long as Gorst remains in the county.
    Reminding me to ask why plants were planted on the wrong side of the road? Who in the world felt the need to plant shrubs/trees in order to obscure the water side of the road from passing traffic?
    Someone should contact the Assessor’s Office that water views are no long desirable and those folks unlucky enough to have a water view should be taxed LESS than the rest of us. The Gorst plantings prove it.
    Sharon O’Hara

  3. I just got one question. Could you put Norm Dicks on there due to his pushing for the tunnel of 30 million dollars? Also I would like to know how to modify that list on my own.

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