You are what you do

July 13, 2010

Veiled in vandalism, illustrated by an idiot was one of Felon-free Masonry’s most viewed topics for June. 

Thank you, James Anderson “Jimmy” Foster,  for firmly cementing your jackassery.   You wanted the “biggest legacy” in Hillsborough Lodge No. 25, you got it. 



noun 1.  a male donkey.

2.  a contemptibly foolish or stupid person; dolt; blockhead; ass.

Related forms

jack·ass·er·y, noun


This illegally engraved segment of city sidewalk is in front of Hillsborough Lodge No. 25 on Kennedy Boulevard in downtown Tampa. 

The city worker who poured the cement in November, 2007 was asked at the time, “How long before someone puts their name in it?”

His response?  “Oh, some a__hole will have his name in it before the sun comes up.”

James Anderson “Jimmy” Foster arrived at that evening’s meeting, noticed the wet cement, and was apparently overcome by the urge to commit vandalism (the name of the crime committed when illegally and indelibly marking government property). 

This is yet another in a litany of  unnecessary harms and embarrassments inflicted by Foster.  Though the sidewalk belongs to the city of Tampa, Foster willfully defaced it. 

Will he or Hillsborough Lodge fund the removal and replacement of this abhoration?

More importantly, did this nearly 50 year old felon learn anything relative to the difference between right and wrong during his years of incarceration and 15 year term of probation and if so, when will it reflect in his behavior?

What a pity, there’s no room to add “felon for life” beneath his name.


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