"The Pet Cemetery would be nice too. The little things do matter."
Matters to whom? Really. Do we need to spend ANY public funds on something so crazy as that?
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 9 May 2016 at 12:47
No public funds have been spent on the Pet Cemetery.
I suppose it should not be a surprise to find people reading the blog with little patience for what they read.
Last week I received a five paragraph comment from someone who had decided to remove my "monotonous" blog from his/her computer,then proceeded to discuss the monotonous American election before telling me how bored I must be.
I don't publish every commentI receive and I don't agree with every comment I publish.
We are not deciding the fate of the world here. Nor the fate of anything else either for that matter.
We are just engaging in conversation, hopefully recognizing and respecting everyone's right to have
an opinion Bearing no ill will.
It's interesting to know what other people think .
Now that every Tom Dick and Evelyn Mary has access to the printed word. It's quite hair-raising at times.
These are early days for the Internet.
My friend Cynthia Proctor is a Trump supporter. I go in there occasionally and wave my sword about a bit.
Councillor Tom Mrakas uses Facebook to let people know where he is at. It's an irresistible invitation to take issue
It's not hostile. It's mental exercise to think of different angles of the same issue.
There are always different angles.
If politics means anything at all in our lives, it's about the fact there are different angles.