Everyone knows the election in Kensington is wildly watchable, but when today's Outlook came out, we were entertained with even more weirdness.
No, I am not talking about PC Harman and his lovely wife celebrating their good luck that Kensington has no spending rules for employees.
And I am not referring to the extra letters from Chuck and Pat asking for our votes.
I am talking about Officer Rickey Hull, who 'exposed' himself in a Perry Mason moment, and like all such exposers it sailed right over his head.
Let's start with his own letter to the editor, asking the residents to get rid of the Board memeber who thinks he should pay for part of his own retirement. (I am not totally sure this is legal, but hey, in Kensington if we sue, we sue ourselves, so he's probably safe.)
But the cool part is contained in Cathie Kosel's response on page 10.
When she said that if Ricky, who's been accused of driving toward her at a high speed to scare her, had just stopped and apologized right at the time, or had explained, it "would have ended the situation quickely."
And Hull, who should have known enough to keep his mouth shut, said "Catherine, no, it would not."
He didn't realize that he'd just admitted it had happened?