Warren, packing his bags for Johns Creek added, "Captain Kingsley's background in fitness, reading, and producing fancy multi-media productions suit him well for the position and I'll leave a stapler and hole-punch on my desk for him."
"Disappointed? Hell no. I made it to the championship game. Weaker men folded much earlier in this contest. Captain Kingsley is an okay dude and will steer this ship in the right direction," said GaryRayBetz. "I missed Wrestlemania 30 over this, but I'll get over that, I hope."
"This is a guy I think we can work with. Although his roots are questionable, he's not an idiot. I've reached out to him already and we are meeting at Hickory House to discuss the SaveDunwoodyPac8 agenda," said Norb.
Team Wingate chimed in from the arena's box seats, "The mask is a little disturbing, but those tight leggings are kinda hot."
"I'll hold judgement until I know if this Captain is working from home or not. The code clearly states a SLUP is needed for all mask-wearing super heroes," commented SDOC.
The usual crowd gathered early at the BP gas station to discuss this event. "He drops in here once in a while. He usually gets $15 unleaded gas, a Diet Pepsi, some beef jerky, and a pack of Marlboro Reds, hard box. The guy is animate on the hard box, says the soft pack crushes in those pants of his," commented an unknown BP Posse member.
"I have invited him to the Meng House. He better show up as we have lots to discuss," stated MengHouseTony.
Mayor Davis said he is anxious to meet with Captain Kingsley. "My staff has been instructed to let him in the door so we can discuss all options. Although we appointed Chief Grogan as interim city manager, there may be some wiggle room there. Our legal staff is on it."
In celebration of the victory, the Kingsley PTA has renamed the school library's Dewey Decimal system as the Captain Kingsley Decimal System and the Kingsley Swim and Tennis has dedicated its first home swim meet in Captain's honor.
|Captain Kingsley and Princess comet take a victory walk|
Congratulations to Captain Kingsley, our new city manager