SOUTH BRONX SCHOOL: Little Evan Stone And The 700 Club

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Little Evan Stone And The 700 Club

This past week could honestly be labeled the week of Little Evan Stone. What a week it has been. Not only mentioned in the Wall Street Journal, FOX Business Channel, but Ed Notes, NYC Educator, twice, and the ever ubiquitous shout out here at SBSB.

I write today about the 700 card carrying members, supporters of Educatorsd4Excellence. Yes, the 700 members, the 700 who want change, the 700 that so impressed Stuart Varney that he called what Little Evan is doing a "revolution."

Numbers don't lie. Or do they? My Grandpa, back in the day of Tammany Hall, would register voters by trolling local cemeteries. Surely, he was able to say that not only was he able to register untold number of new Democrats, but the party was able to claim that register to vote must be Democrat.

The crack team here at SBSB did some investigating, just to be sure that Little Evan's claims were true, and found out that he in fact is telling the truth about the numbers. SBSB has obtained through FOIL a partial list of names that have registered, and pledged support for Educators4Excellence.

Joey Jo Jo Shabadoo

The Law Firm of Dewey, Cheatem, and Howe

Al Coholic

Oliver Clothesoff

I.P. Freely

Jacques Strap

Seymour Butz

Hugh Jass

Amanda Huggenkiss

Ivana Tinkle

Anita Bath

Eura Snotball

Ollie Tabooger

Heywood U. Cuddleme

Elvis Jagger Abdul-Jabbar

Maya Normousbutt

Richard Hertz

Ben Dover

Solomon I. Lands

Shirley Ujest

Art Vandalay

Dr Von Nostrand

Brock Lee

We here art SBSB are sorry we ever doubted you Evan. This is quite an impressive list thus far.

1 comment:

Ms. Tsouris said...

What a coincidence, SBSB! Richard Hertz and Benjamin Dover appeared in classes I used to cover many years ago when I first came to Packeminanscrewem High School. That law firm you mentioned, Dewey, Cheatem, and Howe were mentioned several years ago on an NPR radio program my husband Mr. Tsouris listened to (I also enjoyed the program), "Car Talk". Perhaps the "Car Talk" guys could do a show on how E4E is taking true education for a ride.