In late 2007, after watching the several Soprano marathons brought to us by Netflix, rumors began to come out about potential mob ties. This of course was great fodder for Chey’s various presidential scandals. This is an early article.
Presidential Candidate Cheysuli has ties to mob boss Tony Soprano. Reporters uncovered information that several of her kittens had been sold to the Soprano household at various times in the past. As no Siamese cats have been found, it is thought that they were purchased as pay off gifts.
While rumors have abounded for years, until now there have been no substantiated reports. One kitten escaped and told the tail.
Those closest to Cheysuli state: “It’s unlikely that this kitten is actually one of hers. First, Tony Soprano is a fictional character and therefore could not purchase this kitten. Second, if we did have ties to Tony Soprano, do you really think Rush Limbaugh would still be around insulting the troops?”
“It’s typical spin,” stated Limbaugh in a rebuttal. “After all, everyone knows that Tony Soprano would never touch me. I know how to get to him.”
Cheysuli herself was not available for comment. The popular beleaguered candidate has fought reports of being assimilated by the Borg and now has to contend with rumors of Mob ties.
There would be several posts related to this, including the on going nickname for Sammy Meezer, Sammy the Whapinator. Several of the posts were mysteries and I believe Ayla was part of the group (which included Skeeter and LC) who worked very hard to unravel the threads and have the answer before it came out.
Layla Morgan Wilde (Cat Wisdom 101.com) says
I like Sammy the whapinator. Such secrets? Who knew?
da abbies o trout towne says
waddya meen tony soprano iz knot reel ? thatz like sayin santy paws iz knot reel; ore that silly rabbit who dee livers candy in spring….iz knot reel….
Emma and Buster says
that photo looks like it could go on a church window.
Chey we feel like we are cruising down memory lane.
Hello gorgeous Miss Gemini
Eric and Flynn says
We remember it well.
Ah, the good old days. 🙂