The Minnesota anti-PRT Propagandist is hoping to attract the Minneapolis Star-Tribune to his litany of disinformation and smear politics. Let's take a look at how he hopes to get on the Trib's good side. It's like a traffic accident--you don't want to look, but the spectacle is irresistable.
Strategy 1-- Insult the Trib and other media:
- Here we go again... the Strib's Laurie Blake has another puff piece about PRT.
- [The local affiliate of] Fox news also ran a puff piece about J-Pods
- I don't expect Fox News [local affiliate] to be able to sort fact from fiction, but it's disapointing [sic] to to [sic] read yet another PRT puff piece that repeats the same anti-LRT disinformation from the Strib's transportation reporter, Laurie Blake.
- Please assign future PRT stories to an investigative or political reporter.
Strategy 2-- Insult public servants and others:
- clueless Minneapolis Council President Barbara Johnson...
- The "inventor" of J-Pods... hobbyist
- Bill James claims that his wacky invention
- Unlike the shiny red Taxi 2000 prototype, the J-Pod is obviously a joke.
Strategy 4-- repeat tired old propaganda and debunked self-promotion:
- PRT is a stalking horse for anti-transit individuals and groups
I could write an opinion piece about PRT for the Star Tribune. I have had opinion pieces about PRT published in several newspapers.
Yes, there will certainly be a lot of buzzing around Kiln Ovendoor. Big turds always attract buzzing.
Ken Avidor is the last good thing to happen to the Tiffany Network