Frank Girardot: Bell's Robert Rizzo s...

Frank Girardot: Bell's Robert Rizzo should employ the Seabiscuit de...

There are 12 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Sep 22, 2010, titled Frank Girardot: Bell's Robert Rizzo should employ the Seabiscuit de.... In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

How much do you want to bet that Bell fat cat Robert Rizzo claims he's a stone cold addict? Like the famous Twinkie defense, it's probably the only option Rizzo has to get a little sympathy from a jury.

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oh Frank

Honolulu, HI

#2 Sep 22, 2010
It is an insult to Sea biscuit to use his name in the same sentence as that animal Rizzo.

But the gambling jones is probably right, hope not cause it means the money is gone, I am worried about the welfare of the horses in Washington, usually a man that owns or raises horses doesn't bet like a gambler addict would.
Chow Time

Cerritos, CA

#3 Sep 23, 2010
By the looks of it Rizzo ate the horses!!!
mee

Ventura, CA

#4 Sep 23, 2010
addiction or not, Rizzo, along with every other city council person AND the police chief need to go to prison for a ver, very, VERY long time.
rtu

La Habra, CA

#5 Sep 23, 2010
hang the fatfucker.

Since: Oct 09

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#6 Sep 23, 2010
Oh yes, the "addiction defense"! He was such a failure at life he had to be successful at ripping off an entire city for millions of dollars! Perhaps he can be successful at something else-like SUICIDE!
Capone

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Sep 23, 2010
Frank, you shoulda been a defense lawyer.
Bearded Clam

Long Beach, CA

#8 Sep 23, 2010
oh Frank wrote:
It is an insult to Sea biscuit to use his name in the same sentence as that animal Rizzo.
But the gambling jones is probably right, hope not cause it means the money is gone, I am worried about the welfare of the horses in Washington, usually a man that owns or raises horses doesn't bet like a gambler addict would.
Ditto. Seabiscuit was a legend. Rizzio is what comes out of a horse's back end.
Yeah, I, too, was wondering about his Thoroughbred farm up in Washington. Those poor horses will probably now be sold for slaughter or just random people to try to raise some quick cash for tubby's bail. I would never let a man (shudder) like that near any horse of mine. And if he did ride for pleasure occasionally, the poor creature is probably sway-backed.
jACK tHE kNIFE

Long Beach, CA

#9 Sep 23, 2010
Well done frank !!
opes

La Habra, CA

#10 Sep 23, 2010
Bearded Clam wrote:
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Ditto. Seabiscuit was a legend. Rizzio is what comes out of a horse's back end.
Yeah, I, too, was wondering about his Thoroughbred farm up in Washington. Those poor horses will probably now be sold for slaughter or just random people to try to raise some quick cash for tubby's bail. I would never let a man (shudder) like that near any horse of mine. And if he did ride for pleasure occasionally, the poor creature is probably sway-backed.
haha!sway-backed! haven't heard that term since the 70's!
oh frank

Honolulu, HI

#11 Sep 24, 2010
Bearded Clam wrote:
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Ditto. Seabiscuit was a legend. Rizzio is what comes out of a horse's back end.
Yeah, I, too, was wondering about his Thoroughbred farm up in Washington. Those poor horses will probably now be sold for slaughter or just random people to try to raise some quick cash for tubby's bail. I would never let a man (shudder) like that near any horse of mine. And if he did ride for pleasure occasionally, the poor creature is probably sway-backed.
Bearded, I was wondering about horse insurance policies and how many have met untimely deaths. I search the Auburn papers, but it says only fellow owners are surprised. All those animals need protective custody
Bearded Clam

Long Beach, CA

#12 Sep 27, 2010
oh frank wrote:
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Bearded, I was wondering about horse insurance policies and how many have met untimely deaths. I search the Auburn papers, but it says only fellow owners are surprised. All those animals need protective custody
Fortunately, there are several Thoroughbred rescues who take in and re-hab off the track race horses; hopefully, there are some up near the Auburn area. I would assume this Rizzo slob has a caretaker for his horses, but you never know-that person may have been let go or taken off due to the notoriety. Case in New York last year-wealthy guy had several race horses on his farm, but no one was caring for them and authorities had to come in and take custody of the starving animals, then arrested the owner/breeder. I would hope the kind-hearted folks near Rizzo's farm will check in on the horses to make sure they are being fed and watered, or at least contact local Animal Control.
beetles

Hagerstown, MD

#13 Aug 29, 2011
Stone-cold addict? I'm thinking more he's more a Coldstone addict.

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