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An August Month at the Pulp

In case you missed them, here are the Top Ten most popular posts on the Daily Pulp during August:

10. Banned by the PGA: Tiger Woods Fart

9. The South Florida Herald-Post-Sentinel

8. Broward School Board Versus the Pulp

7. Alex Taylor Timeline

6. Jason Wetherington Steals Pastor's Daughter's Rings

5. Palm Beach Post Musical Chairs 

4. More Layoffs at Miami Herald

3. Deerfield City Worker Punished for Not Acknowledging Mayor

2. Boca Raton News Shut Down

1. Beasley Twitter Photo Leads to Rehab


-- GOP consultant and dirty trickster Roger Stone got in touch with me yesterday, sort of. He had a conduit call me to tell me that he was not, as I'd written, a "brown-noser." Stone said his blog post on the Stone Zone touting his partner Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott Rothstein (scroll down after clicking) as Charlie Crist's choice for the next senator in Florida was meant as a jibe at George LeMieux and was supposed to be a joke not to be taken seriously. I have to admit I laughed pretty hard when I read it, but I don't think it would come across as a joke to the casual reader.

-- Madman Deerfield Beach blogger Chaz Stevens quits? Well, he says he is. Stevens developed a profane and wildly egotistical (he often refers to himself as "Chaz Stevens, Genius") persona, complete with a "ninja" sidekick. He sometimes veered wildly off course, but overall he was good for that city, keeping officials on their toes. This seems brought on by grief over serious health problems for his beloved dog, Scooter, and perhaps general frustration in effecting change in the city. Methinks he'll be back.  

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Journalist Bob Norman has been raking the muck of South Florida for the past 25 years. His work has led to criminal cases against corrupt politicians, the ouster of bad judges from the bench, and has garnered dozens of state, regional, and national awards.
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