Would you like to read Leon Harrison'...

Would you like to read Leon Harrison's opinions?

Created by Fan of Leon The Man on Aug 3, 2008

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YES! The Snooze needs them!

NO! I'm a village idiot!

Miamisburg has a newspaper?

East KY Magazine is better!

YES! I miss his columns!

NO! I brag about the hag rag!

YES! The Hag Rag makes me gag!

NO! The Snooze makes me sleep!

YES! Mr. Harrison learns us!

NO! We are Fat Boy fans!

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Miamisburg Obama Momma

Bellevue, KY

#1 Aug 4, 2008
Nah, we're dumb dependent Democrats, with bastards and brats, who do more breedin' than readin'. Mr. Harrison just strains our brains and stretches our attention spans, not that it matters to his many faithful fans.
Burg Babe

Bellevue, KY

#2 Aug 5, 2008
Mr. Harrison's column and better letters used to make me wet and warm, squealing and squirming while thinking about his worming...with his big passion python for hours and hours until dawn.
sesame seed

South Charleston, OH

#3 Aug 6, 2008
The subject matter in question is obviously the work of a TROLL and is offensive to human dignity at evety level.
Literate Reader

Bellevue, KY

#4 Aug 6, 2008
Well, even reading about trolls and demons and draggons quickly has me gaggin' instead of braggin', but even they may strain your brain and keep you awake and learn you some things and dumb things, unlike the Miamsiburg Snooze. Maybe, there are not enough better letter writers who are good enough to submit their stuff?
Leon Harrison

Ft Mitchell, KY

#6 Dec 3, 2008
Leon Harrison
West Carrollton, Ohio
Wednesday, December 3, 2008

To: The Editor

Subject: Fireman Fred J. Peckolt published by East KY Magazine

“Fireman Fred shares my pains of fame”

Fred J. Peckolt has invaded my literary territory. I, Leon Harrison, am a, uh…The Duke of Hazard and the Buckeye Bureau Chief of East Kentucky Magazine. Well, my old Woody’s coffee-bum, uh…consultant, buddy and pal, Fireman Fred, recently had one of his fire-safety-tip letters printed in East Kentucky Magazine, by one of my better publishers and editors. Not being a jealous fellow, I do not mind and do not whine about Fireman Fred finally making the big time.
At the Moron City Awful House, uh…the Waffle House, Fred was signing his autograph upon and within the pages of this July/August 2008 issue of East Kentucky Magazine. I have been giving him some lessons and suggestions about how to write a big bold distinctive memorable signature for people and posterity, if not for publicity, prestige, profit and prosperity. I have been likewise signing copies of one of my recent letters that was published by one of my better editors at the Dayton Daily News. You can also enclose them inside those Christmas cards as thoughtful personal sincere thrifty gifts.
Unlike Fred, I do not complain or whine about not making a dime from my writing and online time [research]. Not that either of us brag until we make people avoid or run from us or gag. All of this would be a good deal, if we could at least trade our autographed copies with these people for a meal. So, henceforth and hereafter, if our fans want these autographed copies, they are at least going to have to buy us a meal, including coffee and diet pops. These magazines cost at least $2.50 apiece; our friend, Luther MaGill, gets them gratis since his late mama, Maudie, came from Jackson, KY. My fans shouldn’t complain or holler if I charge them ten dollars.
Yes, Fred has been sharing my pains of fleeting literary fame, including those of posing for pictures and of being burdened by an infamous, uh...famous name. Our coffee-bum conferees, consultants and audiences love it when we humbly hint and hesitatingly tell them all about our literary abilities, efforts, accomplishments and disappointments...for at least an hour or so, like ya know.
However, it seems to me that, before I retired [Feb. 2007], I had more friends when I was working seven days a week [at the DMAX factory] and owned those two Chevy S-10 pickup trucks...that were at least good enough for me to haul their stuff with. Since I have retired from the DMAX factory, and can no longer be fired, I have had to cut down on those waitress-served meals, car washes and haircuts. I have had to likewise ration my compassion and those charity checks that I used to enjoy signing and sending, that may soon be ending with my GM benefits and pension. For three decades or so, Fireman Fred has been sharing the pains of my fleeting fame and the glory that comes with our mutually-shared literary territory, especially when our news and views are printed by Steve Sandlin within and upon the Opinion pages of THE NEWS.


EKMBBC Leon Harrison, G.C.M.
Buckeye Bureau Chief of East Kentucky Magazine

EKM Buckeye Bureau
West Carrollton, Ohio
Fan of Leon The Man

South Charleston, OH

#11 Jan 16, 2009
Yes, I just scanned the Fat Boy's Opinion Page inside the Miamisburg Snooze, aka the Hag Rag that makes me gag, and started to snooze when I read those same old news and views and poop from the North Star Writers Group. Fear not, I did this at the W.C. public library and saved my money while looking at and for honeys.
Library Lurker

South Charleston, OH

#12 Jan 23, 2009
At least we in W.C. get to scan our so-called "community" newspaper for free, at the public libaries, and thereby save seventy-five cents that we can spend on the rent, while wondering why and where Mr. Harrison's literature went, we, his many fans and friends, who want to see and read it again, and again, and again....
WC Library Lover

South Charleston, OH

#20 Mar 10, 2009
I can look at The Snooze for FREE at the WC BP and public library. If and when, the Fat Boy and his staff once again prints and publishes Leon Harrison's columns and better letters, that are often printed by better newspaper and magazine editors, I shall once again pay seventy-five cents for that home-town community rag that makes me gag, about which I bitch but village idiots brag.
Voycom Voyeur

South Charleston, OH

#21 Mar 13, 2009
Alas, Mr. Harrison's literature is once again absent from the Fat Boy's Opinion page in this local little hag rag that makes me snore if not gag. At least, I did not waste seventy-five cents by scanning it inside the W.C. Library, while glancing over my glasses at these lovely little lasses and their firm little asses.
The Duke of Hazard

South Charleston, OH

#24 Mar 27, 2009
I scanned the hag rag snooze in the W.C. Library, today, just a little while ago, like ya know, and saved myself another seventy-five cents. If the fat boy would print Mr. Harrison's literature again, if not be his friend, his newspaper could and would be worth at least twice the current price, which I would willingly pay, by the way.
The Old Cold Warrior

South Charleston, OH

#26 Apr 15, 2009
They are absent from this latest lame issue of The Miamisburg Snooze, Mr. Harrison's news and views, which we have been missin' since the village idiots started bitchin', who apparently have nothing to print or to say by the way. At least it cost me nothing to scan it at the W.C. Public Library, although Mr. Harrison's better letters, that are printed by better editors, made even this hag rag worth twice the price.
Fan of Leon The Man

South Charleston, OH

#30 Jun 17, 2009
At least we can read Mr. Harrison's articles and stories in East Kentucky Magazine, and his columns and letters that have been printed by better editors. I assume that, being a taxpaying citizen and resident of W.C., like me, The Snooze is supposed to be his community newspaper too? The Fat Boy and his staff keep asking for our input and opinions to print, but rarely seem to do so, like ya know. That latest issue is even too bad to use for toilet tissue.
Fan of The Law Man

Delray Beach, FL

#31 Jul 19, 2009
Leon, stop molesting children!
Financier

South Charleston, OH

#34 Sep 2, 2009
Every opinion is worth something in America... whether we agree with that opinion or not... sometimes, an article that we cont ordinarily agree with can spark something worthwhile in our imaginations-- everything is worthwhile and every case is worth a hearing. Let the man write.
Fan of Leon The Man

Ft Mitchell, KY

#35 Sep 9, 2009
Financier wrote:
Every opinion is worth something in America... whether we agree with that opinion or not... sometimes, an article that we cont ordinarily agree with can spark something worthwhile in our imaginations-- everything is worthwhile and every case is worth a hearing. Let the man write.
Nobody, so far, can keep any of the many of us from writing. They just don't have to print it or their competition. Every Wednesday, I peruse the Miamisburg Snooze's [whoes?] "Opinion" page without seeing anything printed or written by local folks. And, in every issue, this old hag rag asks us to send our news and views and letters in to our community-newspaper friends.
Fan of Leon The Man

Ft Mitchell, KY

#36 Sep 9, 2009
Fan of The Law Man wrote:
Leon, stop molesting children!
Please give us the details and specifics concerning the alleged crimes and your assertions and assumptions regarding them and him; after you go to the West Carrollton Police Department, with your evidence and witnesses, and sign some statements for the police and prosecutor, so that they can arrest and try him in front of a judge and a jury. Also print your name so that you can get some fame...unlike a cowardly childish little wannabe cyber-brat hacker terrorists who insults and pesters adults anonymously.
The Old Cold Warrior

Cincinnati, OH

#37 Sep 14, 2009
I used to subscribe when I could read what Mr. Harrison might write, unlike these outsiders who seem to be their pet regular writers, although most of us local folks have been missin' Mr. Harrison's submissions.
The Duke of Hazard

Cincinnati, OH

#38 Oct 14, 2009
Well, at least we in WC can still read Mr. Harrison's writing in East Kentucky Magazine, and even more that is posted on some local message boards. Thank God for that, despite these village-idiot Democrats with their bastards and brats who are out of touch and are offended so easily and so much.
Burg Person

Cincinnati, OH

#39 Nov 25, 2009
I breed more than read. I might try it if I don't have to buy it.
Greg

Cincinnati, OH

#40 Nov 25, 2009
God this old perverted fart Leon has atleast 10 different nic names.I guess making pretend is still fun for the elderly!

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