The best we could findMike Bartley was the man on Fox 6 news until a bit of a scandal turned him into the news. Unfortunately, a recent search online did not refresh my memory much, but I think it had something to do with paying young men to be in photos or male prostitution. Maybe he was just working on his photojournalism techniques.


Anyhow, Mike was released from his contract, probably because news channels have clauses about taking provocative photos. My friends and I always speculated that Ted Perry set poor Mike up, because Ted moved right into the lead anchor position, after having the chair sterilized. If poor Mike was setup like George Michael, I think it's safe to say we all feel sorry for him, especially since a job in TV news would be next to impossible for someone with his history. If he was guilty, shame on him, but since I don't remember exactly what he did, I'm not going to cast the last stone too readily. Anyhow, I think he paid the people in the photos, so I guess that just goes to show he had some class.

Friday, August 17, 2007 12123
Storage cabinets were reported damaged Aug. 8 in the Dental School. The latches were bent, causing $20 in damage.
Wednesday, July 25, 2007 5790
Everyone deals with tragedy differently, and Michael McGee Sr. has demonstrated that in his effort to console Charlie Sykes on the death of his mother, Katherine Sykes. “Mother Sykes, she dead,” said McGee, implying that he too was grieving for his own ‘mother,’ who must be very proud of her son if she is living. McGee goes on to comfort using religion: “To me it's the vengeance of God.” Yes, we all must answer to God eventually, and Mr. McGee calls our attention to that fact. “I ain't got no tears,” McGee said, obviously too stunned to cry. We’ve all been there.

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