Friday, October 24, 2014

This is the way it works in a liberal town

The real game are the social activists who will follow your NYCLASS game.  
“I'm telling you, it's fu**ing hard to be classy”--One for the Money, Janet Evanovich
Only 95 signed up (not so many showed up) for NYCLASS's game yesterday, 10-23-2014.  
That's okay there are over 400 followers of NYCLASS page on facebook.  
Wow! my page has over 1600 people and I'm just getting started.  I don't have my own newspaper to draw them in either.  I am doing so exceedingly well.  
What is that newspaper(s)?  Politico and Capital News.  
I'm confused.  They say they are liberal.  About as liberal as JR on Dallas.
"On Jan. 7, 2014 Mr. Nislick's wife gave the maximum donation to Mr. de Blasio, and two days later so did the wife of Jerry Gottesman, Mr. Nislick's business partner at Edison Properties.
Then, on January 30, 2014 Mr. Nislick and Mr. Gottesman met with Mr. de Blasio to discuss transportation and parking issues, according to lobbying disclosures listed on the public advocate's website".--Crain's
Businessweek lists Stephen Nislick (70) as CEO of Edison Properties LLC
I find it interesting that a Mayor takes a Governor down a couple of notches.   When in fact the mayor is leaving his NYCLASS 2013 election problems under wraps.  The NYCLASS issue isn't being investigated because no one asked the FBI to investigate it.  Quinn has moved on.  This is a liberal town so as Mr. deBlasio said he hadn't heard of any investigation.
"Speaker Quinn had a chance to implement real reform after the slush fund scandal, but instead she chose to keep in place a broken member-item process that gave her enormous political power in the council," --Mr. de Blasio
What more can you say?   
“I want to see your tailpipe fading off into the sunset."--One for the Money, Janet Evanovich
“It was a weird sensation. Like getting caught eavesdropping, or lying, or sitting on the toilet and having the bathroom walls suddenly drop away.” --One for the Money, Janet Evanovich
January 28, 2014  water under the bridge
In Bridget Gate, Bridget becomes over 50 feet tall.  She looms over Jersey and bathes in the Hudson.  The plowers at Killington yell her back to Jersey after she clutters up their machines with her nail filings.  And there she was transformed, a he, standing over the Man that made it all happen...(the best of trendy)
"That was no accident. You jumped the goddamn curb and followed me down the sidewalk.” --One for the Money, Janet Evanovich
“It should have happened. It should have been begun years ago,” Mr. de Blasio said during a news conference in Queens. “With all due respect to Gov. Christie, I think he made a mistake in pulling out of that project.”--wsj October 7, 2014
 “Suppose I lay down on the pavement and you run over me a few times with my own car...just for old times.” --One for the Money, Janet Evanovich