UMM, SORRY? 

UMM, SORRY?

One (presumed) Flyer reader sent us an angry e-mail to defend Johnny Seaton, a Las Vegas-based Elvis impersonator who, as far as we know, has never been written about in the Flyer. The reader referred to an article published, well, somewhere that described Seaton as a hack who s awful even by the standards of his profession, written apparently after Seaton said that he wanted to collect money to help the poor in Memphis. We re gonna round them up, Seaton is quoted as saying, and fly em to Vegas. While the Flyer does promise to never again not write such slanderous statements about Seaton, we would like to send him a list of Memphians who d be happy to take him up on his offer of a Vegas vacation.

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