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3:00 pm on Monday, January 14, 2013
..additionally detectives are also questioning the goat....
11:41 pm on Tuesday, November 13, 2012
..its always interesting to see comments get deleted arbitrarily..not a surprise..
9:43 pm on Tuesday, November 13, 2012
...ah that was some show last night...im glad i had it recorded in my comfortable room at the summit grand..looking down on you minions....for those that attended that production by pt barnam and his merry clowns, was that champagne bottles they were popping in the background...a job well done by this crew...shhh don't reply to any of the comments by the little people....by the by i seem to recall several of these members of this council standing in front of the train station smiling away and asking for votes during election time...not one day but multiple days...they hung out in front of the dump willing shaking hands with people holding trash and what nots...sat in front of busy intersections with ridiculous election signs...but not one was willing to talk to us as we wait in long bus lines to get into the city...or as we cleaned up the mess on our properties...or as we walked into town...or waited in ridiculous lines for gas that might not been able to be pumped...last night was a clown show...they didnt want to respond to the citizens of summit because they wanted to hear everyone out?...so why were they whispering each other like school girls repeating where each speaker lived...disingenuous....patronizing ...disgusting....so what about that article quoting the mayor wanting to oust first energy?...comical...either she was misquoted or misremembered or who knows...she's been exposed as a...ah forget it...you doin a good job brownie...good luck all im outtie...this is sad
10:26 am on Sunday, November 11, 2012
...again, they took a vote...it was probably 7-0 ..uh..6-1...to not go around town to visit the impacted citizens of summit over the past 2 weeks...join the mayor and this council at the grand summit to toast a job well done ... u doin a good job brownie....ah forget it...i'm done...back to project mayhem
10:14 am on Sunday, November 11, 2012
...his name was robert steelman....his name was robert steelman...
10:13 am on Sunday, November 11, 2012
...but hey those parking lots are almost done...7-0...6-1...the grand summit?...haha thats this summit council's staging area...they are toasting a job well done at the hat tavern...comical...you raise excellent points...hope you get power back today...
1:59 pm on Saturday, November 10, 2012
..joan u r being kind..while i give the mayor credit for finally threatening the monopoly on day 12...the lack of leadership and competence was/is staggering...mindlessly regurging the monopoly's website or spin is not what is expected from the town's chief executive during a time of crisis....is it true that its the homeowner's responsibility to reattach the line to your house..and you need to get a permit!!!...u doin a good job BROWNIE!!! ....by the by there is no need to respond to lara c...trollin
3:41 pm on Friday, November 9, 2012
...of course..was that 7-0 vote as well...or did they make it 6-1 for optics...but hey the parking lot is almost done...you doin a good job brownie...
3:40 pm on Friday, November 9, 2012
..of course..was that 7-0 as well...or did they make it 6-1 for optics...but hey the parking lot is almost done...you doin brownie...
1:37 pm on Friday, November 9, 2012
...finally...kudos to mayor dickson for taking this step ..only way to deal with a monopoly....the madison model seems ideal...now lets get our power up...sat/sun still looks too optimistic...
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