Seinfeld writer Dan O’Keefe on Chaz Stevens.

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How do you feel about the appropriation by atheists? I am all for that. I’m a big fan of what atheists are trying to do. I’m a big fan of trying to come up with humorous or user-friendly versions of atheism. I think America was more or less settled by people who hated their families or else they wouldn’t have left. So hating—or at least admitting that there’s something wrong about your family—is always healthy. I think it’s better than slavishly worshiping or insisting that your family do the same. I think that atheism is the same way: Atheism is to Christianity as awareness of Festivus is to religion. Or something like that. I loved learning that several state governments are accepting Festivus displays as part of their religious iconography. I’m all for that. So you’re a supporter of the PBR pole in Florida? Oh, yeah! I don’t even know how deep their research was—I think they must have done research because my dad’s drink of choice was PBR. And he drank a lot of it! He was one of their biggest customers. In fact, to this day, when I smell it, I have to leave the room. When the … Read More

Plantiff (Chaz Stevens) responds to interrogatories. #EATTHIS

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Plaintiff has knowledge of emails sent by Defendant Jean Robb, during the time period set forth in the complaint, to Mr. Jim Lusk, Mr. David Eller, or some other person, that discuss either her support, or lack thereof, for Defendant City’s approval of a vote that would effect the land use of property owned by Mr. Eller. Plaintiff has not been able to gain access to these emails because they have not been produced pursuant to his public records request by defendants. However, the persons who have knowledge of the existence and content of these emails are Mr. Lusk, Mr. Eller, the Defendant Jean Robb, and possibly other persons known to Jean Robb.

1stAndMonday: Champion of the Week – Chaz Stevens

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At the core of every Holiday celebration there lies a Judea-Christian sensibility that surpasses all. Whether you are putting up the Christmas tree or lighting a Menorah you can thank an omnipotent God for the jolly feeling in your heart. In these modern times where its too PC to talk about Jesus, Moses or Kwanza Jones Christmas is a time to set all that aside and set up a nativity shrine at the local courthouse. Who’s going to argue with Christmas right? Chaz Stevens will. An atheist and member of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Stevens made his feelings about a nativity display at the Florida Statehouse known by erecting a Festivus Pole near the shrine. To those not familiar with 90′s sitcom general knowledge, Festivus was invented by Seinfeld character Frank Costanza after being fed up with the over-commercialization of Christmas. it is celebrated around a Festivus Pole and features the annual Airing of Grievances and the always popular Feats of Strength. Obviously setting up a pole made from beer cans and celebrating men tearing phone books apart with their bare hands sounds ridiculous but to Stevens the idea of organized religion sounds just as crazy. Stevens claims his … Read More

Chaz Stevens’ Old #1

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Southpaw Combos VS Orthodox: Jab-Cross, Jab-Hook This is a right jab, straight left, followed by another jab, and finished with a big overhand left. The first three straight punches, even if they don’t land, they’ll make him concentrate his guard to the front which allows your big left hook to sneak around his guard. You can do this the entire fight and your opponent will never know whether the left is coming straight or around.

Chaz Stevens is truly awful.

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Tonight, during a talk with a friend-of-the-blog, I was told, “No one donates because you belittle them.” “Stop insulting your readers,” they said. Oh, boo who, give me a f***ing break. My readers come to MAOS for the shock value. I’ve been libeling folks without libeling them for years. Slandering the bastards, but leaving them very little to hang their legal hat upon. MAOS is a case study in the advanced art of defamation, ridicule, and shame. I’ve always let it all hang out, caring absolutely nothing for the public’s perception of me, my writing, or the meaning of this website. I mock. Flame. And fart in your general direction. Yeah yeah, sure sure… There’s always another enthusiastic f***er who thinks they’re going to take down the Big Bad Chaz Stevens. Hell just recently, someone tried to make it a freaking f***ing federal case out of it. Ain’t that right? You lose. You will always lose. Now, get a real job and 50 points on your IQ. I’ve sent people to jail. I’ve completely altered the landscape of Broward County politics. I make women swoon, men cry, and politicians tremble. To those that have wanted to kick my ass, I’ve … Read More

Chaz Stevens, Victim

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[cleeng_content id=”514540971″ description=”Why stop now? It’s just getting interesting!” price=”1.99″ referral=”0.10″] To: Mr. Timothy DonnellyBroward State Attorney’s Office Dear Sir; As you know, I have submitted a variety of corruption complaints, of which, at the moment, several are moving through the Court system (Florida v Gonot and Florida v Capellini), others are ongoing (Sylvia Poitier, et al), and one has been dismissed (Gloria Battle). It is my belief, and those of my legal team, that as the Complainant, I am potentially entitled to certain rights under Florida Law, including, but not limited to, the right to be informed.  From your agency’s Web site: CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ARTICLE 1, SECTION 16(b) Victims of crime or their lawful representatives, including the next of kin of homicide victims, are entitled to the right to be informed, to be present, and to be heard when relevant, at all crucial stages of criminal proceedings, to the extent that these rights do not interfere with the constitutional rights of the accused. I’ve heard it said that I am not the victim, but rather, merely acting on behalf of the populous.  A diminutive argument at best; if a suit was filed for defamation, would … Read More