Friday, November 20, 2015

Earwitness Rumor: Revenge of the Possum


Uh-oh!

According to today's Earwitness Rumor, Councilwoman Jen Giattino got savaged in a movie called "The Possum's Revenge!"

A reliable Earwitness told GA's ear that Beth Mason is furious at Jen Giattino.  Why?

Because Mason believes Jen mocked her at the City Council on the night she (Mason) alerted Hoboken about our city's possum and monster raccoon  plague- and allegedly giggled at her (Mason's) demand for an autopsy report on a dead squirrel in her backyard.  

Not dead, just sleeping it off.

The Earwitness Rumor continues... Mason's fury about the alleged dead-squirrel mockery is a major reason she carpet-bombed the 6th Ward with anti-Giattino attack mailers at the end of October.  Yep,  that's $11,200 worth of pissed-off!

For those who do not know what GA's talking about, here's the City Council video clip of Councilwoman Mason's forecast for Hoboken: mostly cloudy with a chance of possum, a monster-raccoon shower and a late-night dead squirrel blowing in on the Jet Stream.

Can you hear Council President Jen Giattino allegedly sniggering in the background?


Here is that autopsy report:


Tragic.  If only poor Rocky  had tackled a smaller acorn.

Did Mason try mouth-to-overbite resuscitation?

Anyway, GA thinks it's possible that Giattino was NOT allegedly sniggering at Beth Mason, but had some kind of alleged convulsion, or spasm of her funny bone.  You know, something allegedly medical.

In which case, it would be an unreasonable response for Mason to blanket the 6th Ward with nasty mailers- over an involuntary bout of alleged suppressed giggles.

That is, if the Earwitness Rumor is true.


17 comments:

  1. Wouldn't surprise me one bit. Pettiness is a Mason hallmark.

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  2. "I'll get you my pretty, and your damn possum too!"

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  3. I cant listen to that clip without howling with laughter at the absurdity of the words which tumble and fumble out of her mouth. Public speaking is NOT her strong suit. Niether is self-awareness.

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  4. That video is hysterical!
    A wild animal was found dead in my yard and I ask for animal control to tell me of the reson for the demise. I am still waiting to hear back on that.
    Tears in my eyes funny!

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    1. The reason for its demise? "It stopped breathing."

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  5. I find the morally depraved lame duck City Councilwoman Beth Mason as being one of the most despicable human beings to ever hold public office, ever. However this outburst by her is a comedic gem that just keeps on giving.

    The appearance of the unicorn near the end of the video as well as the autopsy gratiic nearly killed me with laughter.

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  6. And I believe that is Jen Giattino laughing in the background. Can you blame her? If I was on the City Council I could not have controlled myself.

    If Jen was not laughing at Beth then what was she laughing at? My alternative theory is that a stowaway squirrel jumped out of Ravi's turban and jumped onto a purple pillow right in City Council chambers. That is my story and I a sticking to it! LOL

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  7. I liked the rhino. Absolutely hilarious!

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  8. When is Mason and Cstellano's last meeting? Would be great if a bunch of people went to wave goodbye

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    1. We can come wearing rhino, squirrel and opossum cardboard face masks.

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    2. Last meeting set for December 16th. No waving required. You sign up and say a few words as you wish up to five minutes.

      Public portion is the form up front where you sign up.

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  9. There is more video to this which is hilarious. The animation covers Russos expression -- not sure if its even this clip but his face is priceless.

    I believe, Giattino snickers more and asks Mason if she is looking for an autopsy to be done and then Cunningham starts to laugh along with Russo.

    I viewed this particular cc meeting and spit out water listening to the hilarious exchange.

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    1. Yes, it was longer... there was an exchange with corporation counsel then more council banter. Maybe a sequel?

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    2. We the people reports demand a sequel. After all it's all about transparency. Make sure you add additional animals to the mix of video #2. I.e. Especially a land shark!

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  10. Mason's mausoleum and the illegal 501c3 "Mason Civic", are overrun with pustule-packing parasites, vindictive, venereal vermin and rancid, reeking rodents.

    And then there are the animals.

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  11. This was an issue the bat-shit crazy Melissa Blanco teed up for her. It says a lot about Mason that the only constituents she pays attention to are the nut-jobs.

    The only thing dead around Mason is her political career and that corpse has been rotting for years. When do we get to see its removal so the stench will go away?

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  12. The decedent was discovered in a prone and lifeless condition hugging a bottle of cheap vodka. There was an empty bottle of pills nearby. Also a bunch of scribbled notes to the effect of "how can I shut that b**** up," "can anyone shut that b**** up," "how can one family be this obnoxious," "I can't take this any longer," "there's only one way out," and so on in an increasingly sloppy hand. Apparently the decedent had fallen over the fence into the yard and could not climb back out to get away from the voice of the plaintiff or her family and friends.

    The plaintiff has ordered a full taxpayer funded autopsy with all the bells and whistles. So we will have to do a tox screen and hand-writing analysis, talk to other rodents about the decedent's declining emotional state, the decedent's therapist, etc, etc, etc.

    Don't expect to be surprised.

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