Sunday, June 04, 2023

Chronicles of Twatrick: Back in the Lloyd again?

For someone on the run from me, the Collections Department of the Saskatchewan Sheriffs and the federal Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, undischarged bankrupt and man who owes me over $100,000 Patrick Ross is not hiding his tracks well, leaving a trail of cheeseburger wrappers that could be followed by a blind, retarded cocker spaniel or David Menzies:

In other words, you may resume your regular surveillance of Casa Ross in Lloydminster, and keep me apprised of any vehicles that seem to be taking up space on a regular basis.

Thank you kindly.

P.S. There is increasing evidence that Patrick does not have regular employment, given his recent sightings in Saskatoon, Lloydminster, Grande Prairie and Edmonton -- it's hard to imagine holding down a job and doing that much travelling at the same time. This is why it's so important to keep a watch for him, both in real life and on social media, so I can stay on top of his wanderings for the sake of collection enforcement.

There are more developments coming, and I will let you know.


thwap said...

That burger doesn't look like much.

CC said...

No, it doesn't, but more interesting is that this restaurant appears to be in Lloydminster, which suggests Patrick is not hard at work in northern Alberta, which inspires the question -- what is he up to these days? Hence my invitation for interested parties to once again cruise by Casa Ross in the Lloyd and make a record of vehicles there.

RossOwesDay said...

That is the least remarkable bacon cheeseburger ever. Yet, Twatsy was somehow proud enough to post it on social media.

Purple library guy said...

Seriously, I don't see any bacon, and the cheese appears to be a processed cheese slice. Mr. Ross' personal circumstances no longer seem to extend to $20 burgers.

Anonymous said...

To be honest, I think you're being trolled with this one.

Anonymous said...

Bro, let’s talk about how cheap Rebel News new studio looks. :))

Anonymous said...

I love Ezra's headline introducing the project: "I've got an idea to really stick it to the CBC."
What an absolutely perfect expression of the Rebel's delusional view of itself, and of the values that inform its entire "service" - pettiness, envy, and anger.

As for the "studio": I started my work in media in 1977 as a floor director for a local community cable station. Ezras's proposed "studio" makes our 1977 "two dead ferns on a riser in a broom closet" production facility look like Pinewood.