Los Angeles "scandal" (Politics and the Tiger-Cats

Hey all, get a load of this.....seems there was a scandal in Los Angeles last spring when a LA Attorney was going for States Attorney General and he got busted trying to say he played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on his resume .....or something like that...

Just found this and I must say, I was doubled over laughing....
really, you have to read this...

(I scanned the comments and they are clear of bad language)

[url=http://www.citizenofthemonth.com/2006/05/22/he-wasnt-a-tiger-cat/]http://www.citizenofthemonth.com/2006/0 ... tiger-cat/[/url]

At least we got a mention in the same article as the highly esteemed Harvard University. That's got to count for something.
On the other hand, we've now been associated with with a lying politician. We know that politicians from Hamilton would never.. OK, forget that. Wrong tack....

Well he Never said He Played..
But I am shure the Front office would know
if this guy every was at Camp

One thing is crystal clear: Rocky DiPietro made 706 more catches than this guy...Rocky Delgadillo?? :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Can we put the resume-padded delegated armadillo to rest and wrap this thread up? :wink:

Oski Wee Wee,

Please accept my apologies for my armadillo comment. I should not take potshots at a mammal that as a species is respected for not inflating C.V.s in any way. :smiley:

I do recall a squirrel or two running amuck on the IWS field from time to time that have more game experience that a certain aspirant political candidate, but I digress. :wink:

Oski Wee Wee,