Friday, January 02, 2009

The O&B Arbitration?


Arbitration - The process by which the parties to a dispute submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person or group appointed by mutual consent or statutory provision. [Source: TheFreeDictionary.com]


Armando Ramon Grundy Gomes is back in the news and he means business. The onetime city commission candidate is holding an arbitration of sorts this Monday in the hopes of sorting out differences between prospective O&B presidential candidates Mark McShera & Ben Dictor.

Interestingly neither faction seems to have agreed to abide by Grundy's findings - making Grundy's role even more ambiguous.

So why is everyone going?

Beats me.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe we can send Armando to the Holy Land to solve the conflict there

Justin Wooten said...

I'm not sure what to call Armando Ramon Grundy Gomes. All of his four names are pretty awesome, but I'm leaning toward Grundy right now.

francisco said...

Still waiting Christian, still waiting...looks like Christian is never going to step up and do this recording thing :tear:

Anonymous said...

Chill out Frank. Christian is as big of a coward as anyone. That is why it took him so long to come for Dictor.

Anonymous said...

To paraphrase Churchill: Justin Wooten is a modest man who has much to be modest about.

NextGen UF said...

Frank Bracco,

You are doing a great job of reinforcing every negative moniker you've ever earned. You have clearly faded into the abyss of talentless mediocrity populated by cast away UF Student Government has-beens. But, while you're there, please ask Kellie Dale, Robert Agrusa, and Ben Grove how things are going.

Sincerely,
The Next Generation of UF Leadership

francisco said...

NextGen UF,

Your welcome :-)

Anonymous said...

NextGen UF: you left off matt goldberger.

Wooten Wannabe said...

Go ahead and add JCB and Allende to that abyss. Those guys suck.

Anonymous said...

And Josh Krivisky, oh wait he never was anything important anyways

Anonymous said...

I don't know about Goldberger, JCB, and Allende. A lot can be said about a Machine Boss, but talentless and mediocre?

What do you guys think? Who from TheSystem had real talent, and who was just a legacy? Do you think any of them would have made a difference if they were on the Indie side?

And who is Krivsky?

Anonymous said...

Krivsky - a nobody

Pedro - nice guy, shady as shit

JCB - sincere and didn't have to do much other than keep some people in line; always listened to everyone and would then chomp the people he didn't like off at the knees.

Goldberger - worst campaign manager ever for Gator, even worst "boss". Hopefully the Andrew, the ACCENT dude, will do better for the sake of everyone

Justin Wooten said...

3:14 PM's post was awesome. I showed it to some of my buds and we laughed our asses off. The Wooten Wannabe screen name is pretty hilarious too.

Anonymous said...

12:02 is probably right about JCB, but I don't know if that makes him one of the better people in the system, or one of the worst. He could be pretty cold sometimes.

Pedro Allende was not a nice guy. To anyone.

Who is Andrew?

Who is Krivsky?

NextGen UF said...

Duque, what happened to all these secret interviews you planned to release in 2008 - now its 2009 and we still have nothing. I remember things from Day, Foster, Old SBP Joe Goldberg, maybe Allende being mentioned.

Anonymous said...

Wooten Wannabe is definitely an older indie, because I don't think Justin Wooten even knows who those guys are...

Wooten wannabe is Joe Trimboli.

Anonymous said...

Clearly NextGenUF isn't a new person either, pretty good misnomer.

Anonymous said...

francisco is Kim Cruts and I claim my pound of flesh.

Anonymous said...

Notice from all this system talk that the sororities are always left out. When is the last time anyone heard from ZTA or DG? Are they relevant?

NextGen UF said...

Justin Wooten is Daunte Hargrove and I claim my five pounds.

Also, franciso is "a poseur" and I claim nothing for that.

Go Gators, Go Dictor.

Anonymous said...

In a deal, brokered by EJ Walicki, involving a Swamp house account, Lauren Mierley's Mercedes, a lock of Marc Adler's hair, a Speakers Bureau Directorship, partial ownership rights to Team Florida of the All American Football League, Victoria Secret gift certificates, credits from Sante Fe Community College, two seats on the Student Senate Judiciary Committee, and one invitation to Sig Ep Safari, Armando Grundy now speaks for the UF sororities.

Anonymous said...

wait, can you someone please explain how Grundy is relevant to SG?

Anonymous said...

11:29 is Josh Krivisky.