Thursday, January 15, 2009

CMA-2008 Rookie of the Year

Goes to this proud dedicated Rookie John Stewart with the new Tattoo on his arm to Prove it. JS is seen here doing a Star Bucks run which he paid for out of pocket with promises of cash in return when he delivered to the client. Thinking like it would be at the least entertaining the CMA acting like a business client called in this fake job to John who had no idea until he went to deliver to the recipient Patty Cupcake at 111 Wrongway Ave. Needless to say he was only slightly disappointed so he sat down and had the beverages and muffins all to himself. Runner up in the closest vote in a century Paschal
Big Congrats to the 2008 Charlotte Messenger Association's Rookie of the Year John Stewart and the runner up Paschal. The CMA is extending full apologies to all involved for such a delay in releasing this year's, ooops, I mean last year's King Rookie. The vote was so close that our manual ballot tally system had to recount all 7 of them constantly to come to a fair democratic decision. Since the vote was officially tabulated both of these fine rookies have been delivered(no pun intended) some grim news from their boss the mustache. Apparently the global economic situation has even affected the local corporate courier Company dubbed THE Q, formally City(Shitty) Sprint, a subsidiary of A-Courier which was once City Bike. The bosstache has let them both know recently that one of their co-workers(Skiddaladophy center with 1 glove off)has been let go and that both of their hours will have to be cut back in an effort to save the company some money and/or position themselves for some of that jail term bail out. For that matter perhaps it could be strategic corpocracy posturing for a way to ease out of the courier market as the private sector slips further into the abyss. On the bright side they will still be able to ride their bikes around town with bags on and at least appear as if they are couriers. The CMA wishes both John and Paschal luck in their future endeavors.

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