Day 142 – So I get a call today from our secretary and she tells me that on July 4th her brother came to visit, she lives on Giles Place. Now he parked in her private driveway and received a $115 ticket for blocking the sidewalk, so residents of this community get slammed (myself included) but scabs and others inside the nursing home get off scott free? This is what I keep complaining about to the Captain and yet he still fails to understand that he might be telling his command to issue summonses but they are failing to follow through except for the ones that affect the community residents.
There was not much else going on today, seems like there is less traffic in and out of the nursing home lately. It’s like an amusement park ride when it is coming to the end it starts winding down until it stops, this is what it feels like outside right now. Everyone is anticipating the end to this unfair strike and the light at the end of the tunnel is finally shining a bit brighter.
I was asked to put up a copy of the decision handed down from the Appellate Court Judges in the eviction case against Helen, so here you go:
I have been putting off approving a comment by our neighbor Michael for a while now because it was laced with profanities, but the more I thought about it, the more it needs to be published. If just to prove how far removed from reality this person really is, you can see his post here or you can read below with my answers to him in BOLD. Michael, I will not be baited into a fight with you as I will NOT stoop to your level, however you should watch how you talk about others when there is plenty to throw back at you.
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You never worked at that nursing home, you re so full of ****. If you did it was like for a week when you were a creepy high schooler who used to hang out with all the little kids on the block. I can’t believe how bald you got since then, but you still have no neck and the hunch back.
Funny how you know so much about me, I had worked in the nursing home for quite some time, first in the kitchen in the east side then in the kitchen in the west side.
and yes of course I remember the Strike of the 80’s. I was speaking of the strike of the 1970’s. Learn to read correctly. And you should clarify that your Mommy and Daddy gave you your house, you did’nt buy it from the Boritzer’s.
Once again you are incorrect, my Mommy and Daddy as you say did not give me the house, I pay rent to live here just like you. Oh wait you live with Mommy and Daddy don’t you? As far as the Boritzer’s go, who do you think we (Mommy/Daddy & Me) got the house from?
And tell your ********** mom, who hasn’t lived here for years that of course i called the cops, SEVERAL TIMES, everytime I see any type of violation from loitering to strikers atacking people. and I do yell at people with the parking and dog situation. ******* is full of **** because you people NEVER cleaned up this area, NEVER. and if you did you need to keep doing it, not just one time like 30 years ago. Your ****** mom was told to go **** herself back in the 70’s, she needs a reminder.
First we had many spring clean-ups, not just once. As for a reminder that you talk about, I think you just did and put your foot in your mouth to boot.
and yes it is a problem with open hydrant and Mr. Softee,
Mr. Softee is not to be in a residential area, playing that jingle over and over,take your scrawny kids to the park if they want icecream, the city and Fire dept will be called to report the hydrant which is never shut off.
Mr. Softee is allowed to be in any neighborhood, yes there is a time limit on the amount of noise they can make but get a grip, he is here for a few minutes and then moves on. As for the hydrant see my post from yesterday, EVERYONE knows it is open (NYFD, NYPD, NYC) and it is allowed because of the sprinkler cap that the NYFD installed.
I know for a fact that strikers are parking in driveways illegally because I have to keep telling them to move their ******* cars, and i have to keep calling the police. Im sure the Seargant at the 50 would love to hear what your ******* mom has to say about him. Im going to notfy him about you ******* with that hydrant and the ice cream truck ****. you have some nerve.
First of all it is not a Sergeant that anyone was talking about, go back and re-read. Everyone in the 50th is well aware of what is posted here on this blog, there is nothing to hide.
And Finally it goes to show what a lying creep you are, you most certainly had that Jamaican flag up, you took it down.
Once again, I never had a Jamacian flag hanging in front of my house, but even if I did what difference does that make? You really need to get your facts straight.
Till Tomorrow, STAND STRONG!