Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Signal Article

Here it is, again.

20 comments:

Lindsay said...

Hmmm.


So Dad, did you have to go to jail? What was the bail?

I think this Signal staff writer needs a lesson in writing. The part with you just doesn't seem to flow...

And young school girls??? Come on now.

Our dad's a criminal!

debora said...

Lindsay I didn't post bail for Dad, as far as I know he is still in jail.
But hey, his dream of becoming famous, or infamous, in the SCV is finally being realized.
I don't know Bob, your jokes about hanging out at high schools and throwing rocks at young school girls are starting to give me the creeps. Just a little too weird.

Carly said...

Dad didn't actually GO to prison. His arrainment is in a few days and yes, the young school girls will be attending.

Sean said...

I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS. IS THIS FOR REAL?? DAD I'LL START A FREE BOB FUND K?? DOTCOM!!

Carly said...

You guys have been getting phone calls Dad. People are worried. Apparently we have many blog visitors. You need to clear the air! haha.

debora said...

Do it Sean. Dad seriously needs help!!!

Scott said...

http://www.the-signal.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=51339&format=html
yea i did a little investigation

Sean said...

wow scott! Your investigation skills are impressive!

So what does this mean? Is there a conspiracy? Does this mean someone is protecting Dad? Did you get the story canned Dad through your liberal connections?

This is indeed interesting. Scott, I think you are definitely on to something big here... who's behind that curtain?

Again Scott, you are skilled, I was wondering why people weren't talking about this incident. Surely if it had been printed, there would be much more political backlash.

Lindsay said...

Oh Sean. You are funny. You need your own newspaper column--Sean's Savy Sarcasms

Good work Scott. But if there indeed is a cover up going on here, why would Dad post this on the blog?? Could it be that he created such a post for the benefit of Crockett 11 blog readers who don't quite know Bob Crockett as well as we do??

No way.

Start that Free Bob Fund, Sean. I'm sure the ward will rally behind him.

Sean said...

after reading it, I think I wasn't too "savy" with my sarcasm. I guess I laid it on extra thick for ya Scott.

KC said...

plagiarism is a serious crime. I don't know if I can support this type of behavior.

Lindsay said...

Yeah, does Jim Holt know about this?

Sean said...

Dad is this your 3rd strike? Let's see... you blatantly assaulted that poor woman at the pool guy's office (I was a witness, but I was threatened by one of your thugs to keep quiet). And didn't you murder a couple dogs with your bike?

Might want to think about getting a lawyer. Preferably a big shot.

Carly said...

Lindsay, I highly doubt the ward would rally behind him. I seem to recall Dad saying, "Many people tell me, I'm not coming back to church as long as YOU are bishop."

Lindsay said...

That is true, Carly, I have heard him say that on a number of occasions.

And now, given the fact that we seem to have a wide variety of people reading this blog, I would not be suprised if Carly's comment illicited a call from the stake president expressing concern about Dad's bishoping.

He's really a great bishop, people.

Dad, I think you get the Most Interesting Post award, with all the hilarity that has ensued. Good work.

debora said...

Lindsay! What are you thinking?! Please don't encourage him!
He's been yucking it up over his "cleverness" all day.

Carly said...

I guess we should put a disclaimer on this blog, something along the lines of; We are not liable for any comments made on this blog. We post solely for humor, entertainment and family information/gossip. We cannot be held responsible for any consequences resulting in aforementioned posts and/or comments.

Carly said...

Or maybe Dad should write it, he's the big shot lawyer.

debora said...

Yea, he's the "local" big shot attorney.
I for one am happy to shirk all resposibility for any comments or postings on this blog.

Davy said...

Your dad has always had a fear of young school girls ever since they chaced him down the street when he was a boy in Federal Way.