NOW THAT THIS STUPID EVENT
HAS LED TO ACTUAL PROFANITY
OVER THE OFFICIAL
AC FIRE  DEPARTMENT
RADIO BAND ...
 
ATLANTIC CITY
FIRE CHIEF
JOHN BEREHEIKO
SAYS THAT HE REGRETS
APPROVING  
"THE SIMPLE LIFE"
 
ISN'T THIS GREAT ... NOW BEREHEIKO 
REGRETS IT ... AFTER THE FACT! 
 
However, does Bereheiko regret NOT being told by AC Fire Captain Mike Mooney that this event would be a Paris Hilton/Nicole Richie, "The Simple Life" episode?
 
Bereheiko has now confirmed that he was told that it was simply a "Documentary"that he was being asked to approve.
 
Does Bereheiko now regret giving Mooney the absolute total authority for this television event?
 
Does Bereheiko regret placing Deputy Fire Chiefs in a subordinate position to (Captain) Mooney?
 
Does Bereheiko regret writing the Deputy Chiefs (that) his memorandum of January 8, 2005 (was) a compulsory order? 
 
Does Mayor Lorenzo Langford regret being told that it is "National P.R. that will make Atlantic City look good"?
 
Does Denny Levinson regret being told that this is an "Atlantic City Fire training session"?
 
Well, this one we can answer ... Since (on this occasion) Levinson was the smartest of this "snookered" bunch ... at least he got Fox Television to "pony up" a not-too-shabby $ 5,000 contribution, and, Levinson also demanded and received the proper Fox Television Insurance certification!
 
What did Atlantic City get?
 
The Answer is a SIMPLE ONE ... NO financial contribution, but, lots of aggravation ... and, as we predicted ... much embarrassing publicity to follow ... with some already occurring ... The worst part ... all of this  (from the Atlantic City perspective) was self inflicted!  
 
PS: Get ready for "The Simple Life" Outtakes 3 ... "What we couldn't show you on TV" ... The profanity and more will no doubt make the final cut and this can't help but make Atlantic City look good?
 
It was so obvious how bad this was going to play out!
 
  
 
 

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January 14, 2005     |     10:32 p.m.