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Severance Pay Package for Fired Examiner Writer Disclosed!

This scribe, recently fired from the Examiner for not endorsing and promoting homosexuality, received a severance pay package today, July 20, 2011, the details of which will be revealed in this story.

Wall Street, failed bankers, politicians; university professors-any and all prominent workers who have been removed from their jobs for any reason, can expect severance pay and a pension package to generously support them for the rest of their lives without having to work

So it is only proper, if this is really a true democracy, that anyone prominent, in public view, including writers (who especially are), should receive the same compensation package in the name of equality. Otherwise discrimination laws might come into play.

The Examiner, a web newssite that leans to the far left of the Rainbow, axed this writer (who had written for them the last several months), over the story, Welcome to The Gaily News, a story that spotlighted the increasing numbers of daily news stories regarding homosexuality, often several such stories in one issue. That story can be seen at: http://www.revaustinmiles.com

To prove that point, the very next day after that story broke, the Contra Costa Times had a front-page headlined story that dominated a full half of that page and ran the entire length from top to bottom and continued inside..

Humbled Writer Regrets Story

This is a very rare occurrance. MilesTones deeply regrets the posting of a story without giving careful consideration to the incident beforehand. So much so that, with hat in hand, this writer with great humility, begs forgiveness from the subject of that recently published entry with a sincere apology for thoughtlessly putting this before the public. To say this lapse of judgement disturbs me is a gross understatement. Critics, enjoy this while you can.

All of us have watched and chuckled over movie clip outakes that show a star fluffing lines, forgetting where he or she is in the program while seemingly unable to control a flow of jangled words. A year ago at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards, several stars, who were obviously so loaded that they could do a high wire act without the wire, could not even put two words together for their acceptence speech or presenter’s introductions. MilesTones did cover that SAG Awards show with a twinkle in the words.  Moreover, when the stars are out of sorts, it is usually because of their own abuse of substance and themelves.

When CBS 2 TV reporter, Serene Branson, recently tried to cover the Grammy Awards on a live telecast, her words were too jumbled to understand. She virtually could not put two words together, and what came out was not words but sounds. The clip of that on-air disaster quickly hit U-Tube which immediately garnered millions of viewers who got quite a laugh out of it. Unfortunately, they include this writer, who posted the video with a tongue-in-cheek take on it.

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