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08/16/2007

Scottsdale mayor discusses Scott/Dale's non-discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

 Images Marys Head PhotoInspired by a a rash of recent local incidents which include two separate attacks on gay men, a club banning transgender people, and an alteration of a city proclamation that was initially meant to honor gay residents, gay rights activists in Scottsdale, AZ, yesterday met with Mayor Mary Manross (pic.) to air their grievances:

Meeting with mayor pleases gay activists [East Valley Tribune]

Consequently, we hear local resident Johnny Driveslikeshit will today start calling himself a "f*g" and kicking his own butt, in hopes that his own sought after meeting to discuss his "unwarranted" parking tickets will finally come to fruition.

Oh, that Johnny.

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