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This system, which Fox describes as "more robust," allows purchasers to search several databases to keep out the unwanted -- for instance, noncustodial parents who aren't allowed to pick up their children, individuals barred via restraining orders, or any other searchable criteria selected. "It can be used in so many different ways," enthuses Fox. "Could you use it to keep other undesirables, such as lobbyists, out?" The Bitch muses aloud. "It can be used a number of ways," Fox repeats and then pauses. "You're being facetious." Nah. Just wishful thinking.
The information is also archived, so theoretically a searchable record of every visit to the school district building could be kept. The Bitch wonders whether all of these records would be available to the public. The district is a public entity. If it creates a record, anybody can request it. So she requested a copy of all the visitor scans processed the day of the last school board meeting. "Huh, that's an interesting question," school district spokesman Joseph Garcia said. "Nobody's ever asked for it before. We'll have to see what that looks like.
Okay for a Chumbawamba ConcertThe Bitch has an opinion about wearing white shoes, which is: Don't do it, especially with a suit. No less an authority than Esquire Magazine disagrees with the sartorially preoccupied hound, though, because the publication has seen fit to reward this activity by naming Mark McKenzie its Best Dressed Real Man in Miami. (She allows that the subset of those two groups -- "Real Men" and "Best Dressed" -- is surpassingly small.)
What really caught The Bitch's eye, however, was not so much McKenzie (fourth from the left), an account executive for 99 Jamz, but the unexplained presence of Michael Capponi (on the left), a consistently well-dressed real man, in the photo submitted by Miami's Circle One Marketing.