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Sheriff of Kearnyham, Merry Maids, and Sir Guy


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Well, the Sheriff of Kearnyham, aka Mr. Clean, (the Mayor), with his very own Sir Guy of Gisborne (the Business Administrator), and naturally, tagging along on the underside is his merry band of Molly Maids (the Town Council), make every effort to disrupt the social order of their underlings and serfs (town employees), especially those who do not necessarily fit into their schemes or things, usually translated into politics.

The Sheriff and Sir Guy know that it is much better to get part time help to work the mines, no benefits and lower wages, so they can fool most of the people most of the time into believing that these sacrifices are for the good of the Kearnyham community. Or is Sir Guy justifying and subsidizing his lowly income of 110,000 or more dollars with the consent of the Sheriff?

Lo and behold, they use the savings and gold taken from the serfs to pay higher wages to their band of faithful pay-to-play loyalists, those attorneys, accounts and engineers, who profit from the politically-minded and devious strategies of the Sheriff, Sir Guy, and the merry Molly Maids. What has happened to the real pence allegedly trickling down to Mr. Clean’s cherished Kearnyham taxpayer, have the coins been diverted or did they exist at all? Oh, how sanctioned malevolence abounds in Kearnyham, in this corner of Hudsonshire as the kingdom sings praise to the leaders of the "ham".

What the Sheriff of Kearnyham, his merry band of Molly Maids, and his grappling Sir Guy needs, are a group of misfits to challenge their authority, without fear or threat of reprisal. Perhaps, Hood and a newly conceived band of misfits will begin to emerge as outlaws to the established order of the Sheriff and Sir Guy, and start to bring stability and reality back to Kearnyham. Competition is needed to bring back a system of checks and balances to this forest.

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Yeah, I'm enjoying "Robin Hood" on BBC too!

Well, the Sheriff of Kearnyham, aka Mr. Clean, (the Mayor), with his very own Sir Guy of Gisborne (the Business Administrator), and naturally, tagging along on the underside is his merry band of Molly Maids (the Town Council), make every effort to disrupt the social order of their underlings and serfs (town employees), especially those who do not necessarily fit into their schemes or things, usually translated into politics.

The Sheriff and Sir Guy know that it is much better to get part time help to work the mines, no benefits and lower wages, so they can fool most of the people most of the time into believing that these sacrifices are for the good of the Kearnyham community.  Or is Sir Guy justifying and subsidizing his lowly income of 110,000 or more dollars with the consent of the Sheriff?

Lo and behold, they use the savings and gold taken from the serfs to pay higher wages to their band of faithful pay-to-play loyalists, those attorneys, accounts and engineers, who profit from the politically-minded and devious strategies of the Sheriff, Sir Guy, and the merry Molly Maids.  What has happened to the real pence allegedly trickling down to Mr. Clean’s cherished Kearnyham taxpayer, have the coins been diverted or did they exist at all?  Oh, how sanctioned malevolence abounds in Kearnyham, in this corner of Hudsonshire as the kingdom sings praise to the leaders of the "ham".

What the Sheriff of Kearnyham, his merry band of Molly Maids, and his grappling Sir Guy needs, are a group of misfits to challenge their authority, without fear or threat of reprisal.  Perhaps, Hood and a newly conceived band of misfits will begin to emerge as outlaws to the established order of the Sheriff and Sir Guy, and start to bring stability and reality back to Kearnyham.  Competition is needed to bring back a system of checks and balances to this forest.

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