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The Logic of Khanh

Everyone’s favorite nonsensical PFC member, Khanh Le, demonstrating the brain trust of the PFC. Courtesy of the ODE, and the lovely Meghann Cuniff.

“Le said the time it takes to calculate the financial impacts of the various definitions of current service levels may mean the committee will have to make a decision and deal with the consequences as they arise.”

“My suggestion is not voting on it, just doing it first,” Le said. “I just want to do it then figure it out later.”

Famous. Last. Words. Didn’t Custer say the same thing at Little Big Horn?

  1. Timothy says:

    Also, I think Mr. Le would be way better if he was played by Ricardo Montelban.

  2. Timothy says:

    Roughly $10MM in incidental fees.

  3. Melissa says:

    Just a thought: he’s talking about doing things now and figuring them out later…about how many millions in incidental fees? Margin of error? Anyone?

  4. Jan says:

    I remember we had a real problem transcribing his interview at the Emerald when he was running for PFC the first time. Namely, nobody could $#&* understand what he was saying.

  5. Melissa says:

    It isn’t the first time I’ve heard it today…you know who you are!

  6. Timothy says:

    KAAAAAAHHHHHHHNNNNN! Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

  7. Melissa says:

    Khanh Bot 2.0 is also programmed to fall asleep/shut off automatically if a meeting goes too long or gets too controversial.

    The best feature is the vote card. The owner (read: Mason) can program opinions and insert them into Khanh Bot 2.0.The voting mechanism will automatically vote those opinons. Of course, if the Khanh Bot is second-hand, the vote card can be reprogrammed…

  8. Timothy says:

    Must be new on the Kahn Bot 2.0. Also his creepiness factor has been upgraded, and he has new whispy facial hair abilities.

  9. Danimal says:

    He has the power of speech?

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