Assemblyman Emeritus

GA had no idea that anyone can be an Emeritus... until I saw this poster:

According to the poster,  Carmelos Garcia is a self-titled "Assemblyman Emeritus."

Wow.  I thought "Emeritis" was a title conferred by others at retirement as an honor for having served a long, successful career.

I had no idea that one could do anything for more than 5 minutes, resign or fail, and call him/herself "Emeritis!"

Which makes GA a Glee Club Emeritis, a Sleepaway Camper Emeritis, and a Shower and Tooth-Brushing Emeritus... and so many more!

What about you?


 GA has some NEWS about Assemblyman Emeritus' "ethnic cleansing" lawsuit....

Here we go!

The last iteration of  "ethnic cleansing suit" (or the $2.4 Million Taxpayer Shakedown Lawsuit) was withdrawn without prejudice a couple of weeks ago, with consent of the parties.  

But don't get too excited, people.... because the deadline for re-filing the lawsuit fast approaches.  So expect the NEXT iteration of the lawsuit will come- it promises to be strident and peculiar!

In the meantime, until it comes back like a bad burrito, just call it the "Ethnic Cleansing complaint Emeritus."


  1. That's not a very nice photo of Kim's hiney, GA.

    1. U kidding? I'd expect her ass to have more hair than Rapunzel.

    2. I thought that was Purple Pillow Boy's face...

  2. True Campos is doing some talking?

  3. Sad pathetic Carmelo needs to play stupid word games to bolster his ego.

  4. Conman Presentlymeritus

  5. Emeritus (/ᵻˈmɛrᵻtəs/; feminine emerita or emeritus; plural emeriti (masc.) or emeritae (fem.); abbreviation emer.) (Latin ēx, "out of", and meritus, "merit"), in its current usage, is an adjective used to designate a retired professor, pastor, bishop, Pope, president, prime minister, or other personages.

    In some cases the term is conferred automatically upon all persons who retire at a given rank, but in others it remains a mark of distinguished service, awarded to only a few on retirement. It is also used when a person of distinction in a profession retires or hands over the position, enabling their erstwhile rank to be retained in their title. The term Emeritus does not necessarily signify that a person has relinquished all the duties of their erstwhile position and they may continue to exercise some of them.

    Emerere is a compound of the prefix e- (a variant of ex-) meaning "out of" or "from" and merēre meaning "earn". The past participle of emerere is emeritus, and the original meaning is "to serve out, to complete one's service".[1] The female equivalent, emerita (/ᵻˈmɛrᵻtə/[2][3]), is also sometimes used, but as is often true of loanwords, the use of the donor language's inflectional system faces limits in the recipient language. Although Latin and some Romance languages inflect professor/professora for men and women, in English professor is not inflected for gender (both men and women use it), and Emeritus is often similarly uninflected.

    What about the foregoing definition has ANY application to Mr. Carmeolo's, a/k/a "the Wire", being dumped by Brian Stack. This is guy is a megalomaniac. See:

  6. That ass emeritus is the funniest pic I've seen all week. LOVE IT!

  7. Today he's congratulating his "fellow educators" so I guess his emeritusularity just keeps growing.


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