The RHATT Pack Watch Day 290

The RHATT Pack Watch

Day 290


Today is Saturday, February 9th, Day 290 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.


According to an informed party, White Springs experienced a very brief visit by a Hollywood dignitary recently.  Apparently, it was one of those “hit n run” type visits.  You know.  The type of visit where someone arrives, does something, and is gone before nearly everyone else even knows that person was there.  Typically, visits of this nature are coordinated far in advance by people who know each other, either on a personal or business basis.  More than likely, they have had similar interactions in the past and for some reason, have made a decision to interact again.  And for whatever reason, this interaction requires a face to face meeting or the parties desire a face-to-face meeting.


In any event, there was a quick, one-on-one, face-to-face meeting in White Springs.  However, on this particular “hit n run” visit, this Hollywood dignitary left a couple of “Fingerprints” behind.  It seems that after this meeting and on his way out of Town, our guest stopped by Family Traditions for a quick bite to eat, that is, according to a customer also dining there who recognized him alone.  He came alone, got a meal, ate and left as quickly as he arrived.


The Family Traditions customer, who informed the “Watch” about our Hollywood guest, was unable to provide any substance concerning the purpose of the visit,.  The “Watch” reached out to several local individuals and was able to identify an informed source.  The “Watch’s” informed source is a member of the band of wildlife enthusiasts who have placed numerous hidden wildlife cameras near the Red-face Ratt’s lair, around Town Hall and other Town properties, and scattered here and there throughout White Springs.


It seems Ran Howard had acquired a small amount of the Wildlife camera footage on an earlier visit.  While there were numerous great shots documenting the Ratt and his shenanigans, unfortunately this particular footage was at a lower resolution than desirable for use in Howard’s series about the Ratt.  He came to view some of the video from the newly installed cameras and discussed opportunities to increase the network of live cameras and to add several drones with motioned stabilized, hi-res cameras capable of continuously providing atmosphere video, “B-rol”, and mobile tracking shots.


According to our source, Howard’s production company will be providing a contract to the group which will cover as many hi-res, wireless enabled cameras as necessary to capture White Springs, the Ratt and his associated in real-time, day or night.


Regarding the drones, Howard has engaged the group to travel to Hollywood where they will be provided with instruction on the operation of the drones and its camera systems.  Additionally, they will work with his camera crews to plan the best ways to acquire shots from a moving platform for both stationary and mobile targets.  At the end of their experience in California, Howard expects the videos to integrate seamlessly, wherever or by whomever the footage was captured.  The group expects to be in California for several weeks.


What do you thing White Springs?  This is a small Town.  Anyone could be captured in general atmosphere shots or during a visit to Town Hall. There’s no telling what the wildlife group will be directed to film or when.  Then of course, Howard’s going to select from all the shots, the group gets.  Maybe there will be some unplanned, but exciting shots.  Think what might happen if someone provides that missing piece of information or evidence to facilitate the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000 to complete the investigation into White Springs Public Corruption.  If that happened, the wildlife group might capture the Ratt and Lapdog being led out of Town Hall in “Pink” or some other color handcuffs.  Wouldn’t that make for an interesting episode.


Time to rid White Springs of the Gang of Three”, the Lapdog and the Ratt.  It’s Day 290 and the Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet.  The Rhatt Pack Watch continues.

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