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January 5, 2003
LOLA SOBIECK FIRED, HIRED BACK, THEN FIRED AGAIN
As reported in the December 8th newsletter Lola Sobieck was discharged of her duties at Humana after many years as CEO. While she made large profits for the company the board of directors cited the company's shortfall on their stock in the market as adequate reason for her
OUT OF WORK C.E.O. LOLA SOBIECK CONTEMPLATES HER FUTURE
dismissal. Apparently during the past week the board had a change of heart and welcomed the displaced Hobart resident back with open arms. Reluctantly and with suspicion Sobieck returned to the company to resume her duties as the best CEO they ever had in the entire history of the company. But alas, as soon as she returned the board reversed they earlier reversal and as quickly as you can say HMO, Sobieck was again without employment. Sobieck will receive a 6 month severance package from Humana and she says she will remain on the job market and not retire for some time. As is a sign of the times Sobieck will become one of those highly qualified upper management elites that will eventually be hired by another company that needs to be straightened out and pulled out of a financial quagmire. People like Sobieck do not work cheep however, with the buyout of her
contract at Humana and the salary she will be asking for at her new employer most of us would be set for life. Sobieck however with her veracious appetite for the finer things in life will undoubtedly work until well past the legal retirement age for most of us and will no doubt have to be pushed out of another company before she retires for good. Sobieck who is known to throw extravagant dinner parties complete with decorating, and remodeling her home in the theme for the party would spend as much for one of these extravaganzas as most of us earn in a year. The KAMR will keep you informed on the future employment opportunities of Ms. Sobieck.
Significant changes have been made to THE KAT AND MICK REPORT as you may have seen on the index page when you logged in this week. Your old favorites like Birthdays, Editorials, Links, Party Page, Sports, and the XPFL pages are still here, but the classified, and E-mail address page have been scrapped for 2003. Other changes are the elimination of the "Useless information" box and photo of the week box on the index page. Weather still remains for now and a Classic Photos Page has been added to rerun some of the more memorable photos and internet finds and these will be changed on a more leisurely schedule with photos being shown for several weeks instead of only one week. Of course the Newsletter and Newsletter Archive still remain and newsletters from now on will in a printer friendly format with two to a page now instead of four or sometimes five on a page.
It was happy birthday to your editor this past week as scores of people turned out to participate in the surprise birthday party at the Hobart Town Hall on New Years Eve.
THE QUEEN CELEBRATES WITH SEVERAL OF MY OWN IMAGES
The party was a complete surprise to me with the Kat playing an intricate roll in delaying my departure from home to what I thought was a New Years Eve party being given by Trixie. The party was to start at 8PM and I wanted to be there at about 7:45, but the Kat fooling with her blouse and prizes for the contests at the party was able to delay me for another hour with our arrival at 8:45. My thanks to everyone who came and for all the cards and gifts I received from everyone. Special thank you's go out to Kat, Trixie, and Jeannie for organizing the party and inviting all the guests. That's all the news that is news, see ya.
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RAELIANS ANNOUNCE CLONAID TO OPEN BRANCH IN ONEIDA
If you're as excited as I am in the recent developments in cloning then you will be doubly excited to know that the leading cloning scientists will be coming to Oneida. Clonaid CEO Brigitte Boisselier shocked the modern world this week by disclosing to the KAT AND MICK
BRIGITTE BOISSELIER TO RELOCATE TO ONEIDA
REPORT that the second Clonaid office would be located in or around Oneida. The rumor in Oneida is that Hobart Village President Len Teresinski is extremely interested in the cloning of himself to control voting of the Village board. By appointing clones of himself to the board voting could go in his favor any time he wanted. Boisselier declined comment when asked about Teresinski stating that while she had the perfect right to speak about the future cloning of Hobart residents she would not want to go against the wishes of certain Village officials. Boisselieer went on to say that should the actual cloning of Village officials take place she would not rush the parents of Village officials for DNA testing proof. Teresinski is also seeking the Brown County Executive seat in the 2003 spring election and it would seem extremely beneficial to him to have a few clones help out with that endeavor. Assuming Teresinski wins the election; clones would also play a key part in keeping his Hobart Village President status. While Teresinski works in downtown Green Bay as County Executive his clone could be seated at the conference table in the Hobart Village Board room. Or maybe the clone is downtown, which ever the case may be soon you can see that Teresinski clones will be running the whole country, then the world. Clonaid is the brain child of cult leader Rael who believes that we descended from aliens who landed on earth hundreds of years ago. When asked how his religion compares to other main stream religions he replied "we're just like the Mormons except we drink a lot and clone the hell out of each other."
HOBART VILLAGE PRESIDENT LEN TERESINSKI
HEAD OF RAELIANS - RAEL
While Hobart is rated 16th this year in highest property taxes in Brown County, current Village management is doing their best to get them on the top of the list. With the acquisition made final on the Thornberry Creek Golf Course this past week cost per thousand on property taxes are sure to go up to finance the $7 million price tag on the property. The course which is a money losing business is valued at $4 million without the club house which was not included in the sale to Hobart. With the legal fees piling up in the battle against the transfer station with the county and a few more village employees on the payroll, Hobart will soon be on the top of the tax collection list. That's all the news that is news, see ya.