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Where’s Tony today?

Tony Tata 2Don’t despair if you’ve missed out thus far on seeing North Carolina’s Secretary of Fiction/Transportation, A.J. “Crush the Enemy” Tata at one of his numerous appearances to plug his new novel.

It turns out that North Carolina’s $136,000 per year cabinet secretary has been and will be squeezing several more events into his schedule in recent and coming days, including a talk today at the Locke Foundation’s “Shaftsbury Society” luncheon.

Here is is his recent and upcoming book signing schedule from his website AJTata.com:

Chicago, IL – Pritzker Military Library – Feb. 24
Quantico, VA – Quantico base exchange – Feb.27
Arlington, VA – Henderson Hall base exchange – Feb. 28
Fayetteville, NC – Airborne and Special Operations Museum – March 7
Fayetteville, NC – Barnes & Noble – March 7
Raleigh, NC – Quail Ridge Books & Music – March 8
Raleigh, NC – John Locke Foundation – March 9
Jacksonville, NC – Camp LeJeune base exchange – March 13
Havelock, NC – Cherry Point base exchange – March 14
Virginia Beach, VA-Barnes & Noble – March 21

4 Comments


  1. LayintheSmakDown

    March 9, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    Well now I can go forward now that TT’s schedule has been posted. Can you post the schedule of the janitor at the legislature now? Or how about when the police are going to go visit Dunkin Donuts?

  2. Gayle Keresey

    March 10, 2015 at 1:10 pm

    Gee,Wilmington doesn’t rate a visit. Isn’t the Port of Wilmington part of his Department any more?

  3. ML

    March 10, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Neither of which run a multi-billion dollar agency and neither of which are paid 136k. With great power comes great responsibility.

  4. LayintheSmakDown

    March 11, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    I think you are giving him a bit more credit with the “great power” remark. And the police do have “great power” so if you can get the Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ schedules posted stat…

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