Just Call Me 007
I knew I was bugging the Mayor and Board of Alderpersons but I never would have guessed that they thought I was actually bugging them with electronic listening devices. Yesterday, I discovered we, the citizens of Lumberton, no longer have access to the Records Room because it's locked and being used as the executive session room for the boardIof alderpersons. It seems that some elected officials and the city clerk think I bugged the room they once used; the small room adjacent to the break room. Now, the alderpersons are holding executive session across the hall,Iin the room designated as the Records Room. It was said that there was a sweep of the previous room and they actually found "bugs" in the room. Seriously. I'm not a soy but from the spy shows I've seen on television, there's a device used to detect bugs. So, if they visually located bugs, it would lead me to believe that the person that found them is probably the person that put them there. Another note, if they have the bugs, they should have some sort of fingerprint on them. So, send them to have them analyzed. Remember, my fingerprint is on file from when I wasaarrested for a parking violation. But the bigger question is, what are they afraid of? What are they saying in executive session that they don't want the public to know? Well, the only thing they're afraid of getting out is THE TRUTH! Now that I have the board on the run, let me go put in a request for the four months of minutes that are not in the minute book and while I'm out, let me drive past the cemeteries and see if that $6,000 lawnmower is being used.