It will happen Mr. Pusskins his powers of embarrassment are beyond any earthly being's control.
It will happen Mr. Pusskins. His powers of embarrassment are beyond any earthly being’s control.

We are so nervous, Yokels.  Montgomery County Executive Isiah Legett is visiting this week’s County Council meeting, and now our neighbors to the South are going to know about our shame. Do you think it’s possible that for one day Billy, Kirby and Tony can all keep it together? We don’t either. Anyway, remember this game is for entertainment purposes only; Billy’s too busy yapping on WFMD to come to your rescue these days. Print your agenda out here and watch along here.

If any of the three amigos say anything derogatory about Montgomery County in any way, shape or form slam back a Death in the afternoon.

If we learn of a mysterious letter crafted by Paul Smith that creates some work of fiction involving secrecy and loss of revenue based upon Installment Purchase Agreements, drink up a Delusion.

Legislation to amend the permitted uses within waterbody buffers is being sponsored by Councilman Jerry Donald. As Billy has let it be known in the past that erosion control jeopardizes the potential for a new Grand Canyon in Frederick County, we must presume there will be strenuous objections. If Tony or Kirby chime in, chug a Surly Bandwagon.

Also we have a workshop discussion, and this one is not going to be fun like Santa’s. The most dramatic will be the ethics task force’s proposal, which will be like coal in the stocking, as Kirby’s Law is all but certain to become part of the ethics code. If there is a Delauterburst–If? Excuse us…When there is a Delauterburst, take a swig of Mad Dog 20/20. No link necessary there, right?

Upcoming Meetings–because at least one of these looks very interesting:

  •   Tuesday, October 13, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. – Workshop – Medical Cannabis
  •   Tuesday, October 20, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. – Legislative Day
  •   Tuesday, October 27, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. – Workshop Frederick County Business Tax Credit