Bil Browning

Mike Rogers gets the paparazzi treatment

Filed By Bil Browning | July 29, 2008 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Kentucky, Louisville International Airport, Mike Rogers, outing, University of Louisville

Mike Rogers' recent trip to the Midwest has some of the locals wondering what brought him to town. Since Mike's known for outing politicians and he's been pumping an ongoing investigation on BlogActive, the tongues have started wagging. One blogger spotted Mike in town and followed him for a while taking pictures before filing a report.

According to several reports, Rogers attended the Metro Democratic Club's annual picnic on the afternoon of the 12th. From there we were able to obtain photographs of him near The Bristol on Bardstown Road, in front of Toast on Market and at the Louisville International Airport on July 13th.

We're not 100% certain why Rogers was in Louisville and have been unable to get a confirmation of rumors we have heard. We know has a habit of showing up in states before outing well-known politicians, though it'd be wrong of us to speculate in that realm. If anyone has solid information, please get in touch with us.

I am sooooo gonna start calling Mike "Nessie" since there's spottings of him now. Next time you're close, Mike, give me a buzz and I'll drive down and joing you for a mint julep.

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Wow! The stalkerazzi is after Mike! Should we come up with a code name for him? Like "deep throat"? :)

You were in Da Ville?

Hey, let a sistah know next time. me and my cohorts don't like TBP contributors popping in here without at least getting the chance to take 'em out to dinner ;)