Speaking of the Trinity (Holy or Unholy)

ThreePlanningCommissionChairs.JPGBruce Morlan seemed to suggest vague ethical questions about the chance meeting of the three citizen bloggers at one of Northfield’s many fine independent bookstores. If Clifford Green were to ask me about it, I would tell him that it was purely coincidental (I generally try to avoid those two people), without ethical violation (although I will admit that I didn’t check it with the city attorney), and that we were all wearing our private citizens hats (seriously, no self-respecting city official or staff person would wear a hat like mine in public).

But back to Mr. Bruce Morlan. Here’s a photo of another trio of almost famous people, taken not long ago at one of Northfield’s many fine independent coffeehouses. It was an unannounced meeting, caught only by the chance passing of Mr. Griff Wigley’s camera.

What does Mr. Morlan have to say about this trinitine gathering?

5 thoughts on “Speaking of the Trinity (Holy or Unholy)”

  1. Is this not photographic evidence of the existence of the Rice County branch of the “Trilateral Commision” –the not-so-secret organization bent on creating a “New World Order” centered right here in Northfield?

    I overheard three “reputable citizens” at a locally owned coffeeshop list their goals: !)Destroy pubic confidence in the NPD. (Mission accomplished). 2) Destroy public confidence in the mayor. (Mission accomplished). 3)- Install one of their own in State Senate seat 25. (Outcome pending.)

    Does Mr. Everett have time now to do another investigation?

  2. Well, Dr. Watson, when we eliminate the outliers we are left with one common element, the true heart of the conspiracies, the only person represented in both groups, the kingpin and king maker himself ….

  3. Bruce, aren’t you supposed to be working–curing cancer or something? –or did you get that done last week?

    With greatest personal regards,

    Curt

    PS, see what happens when Griff goes snowboarding and leaves this blog unmoderated…

  4. In a feeble effort to distract attention from Curt’s frighteningly accurate speculation about the group but reassuringly off-target theories about its goals and under pressure from an independent investigation into its objectives recently launched by Tracy, I will claim that it was merely an informal but timely gathering of the local DEE-troit Lions Superbowl Bandwagon Support Group.

Leave a Reply