The discrediting begins. And ends, even before it got started.

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I’m willing to bet Chief Michael Mann, and various assorted cronies, aren’t used to being on a blogger’s radar.

Welcome aboard! Semper Fi.

However, this isn’t MAOS’s first time at blogging.  We’ve been doing this going on seven years now, and during that time, have endured countless threats, letters telling us to cease and desist, and the occassional poisoning of the family dog.

Quoting from The Big Lebowski, “The Dude abides.”

As we get closer to the truth, followers of MAOS should expect to see a doubling down of the rhetoric (no one reads our blog, Chaz isn’t taken seriously, etc.), an uptick in the ad hominem attacks (Chaz did this or that in years past), and the sporatic threat of a lawsuit.

All that’s to be expected. And oddly to some, we’ll welcome such with open arms.

You see, that’s part of the process.  The process of cleaning house, of taking out the trash, of flushing the floaters down the drain.

So, to those folks working around City Hall or the CCPD, pay close attention and you’ll ferret out those who are on the bubble.

They’ll be easy to spot.

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Chaz Stevens

Chaz Stevens

Professional Troublemaker
Father of the world-famous Pabst Blue Ribbon Festivus Pole, Chaz’s antics are sure to entertain, educate, and irritate. Chaz has been appeared on The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, Fox News, and hundreds of national media outlets, and several international newspapers.
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According to John Stewart, I am the General Patton of the War on Xmas. Father, Pabst Blue Ribbon Festivus Pole. Professional troublemaker.
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Chaz StevensThe discrediting begins. And ends, even before it got started.