Sunday, August 21, 2011

"Well it doesn't have your name on it!"

remember when we were young and somebody took something and proclaimed there own only because " it doesnt have your name on it!"? Historically it is a well known fact, even for little children, it is not truly yours until it has your name on it. I rest my case your honor.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Well I never!

It would appear Mrs Remingon has some complaints about the graffiti on one of the post boxes in the Island of Palm Beach. lmao without me even lifting a finger, somebody tells off this old bag in a way shes never had before in her life to virtually "shove it". I wish i could of seen her face when she read this. Ladies and gentlemen.... THE INTERNET:

Why can’t town remove graffiti from postal boxes?

I live at Villa Las Aldea. My comment I’d like for you to publish below: Is the Town of Palm Beach financially too short that we may need a federal grant to hire a graffiti removal agency?

For over three months, purple graffiti has relished in town like a weed on blue U.S. Post boxes. The box on the corner of Royal Palm Way/Cocoanut Row is home to lively four-month-old purple graffiti.

This eyesore does not belong on federal government property ... or near my home.

I have an open question for our elected town officials: Why is graffiti on the island’s blue U.S. Post boxes and moreover, when will the graffiti be removed?


Palm Beach

The Responses:

If it bothers you so much - buy for 4.99 a spray can and paint over it. Stop whining and take care of it yourself.

Carl, people like you don't live on the island, why you think your opinion matters is beyond reason. A palm beacher would never and I quote you "take a can of spray paint" to cover it up. Criminal minded animals like yourself are the reason we have so many problems in society.
r remington

You sound like a bitter, drunk, spoiled, self entitled heiress complaining. Stop pointing fingers and look at your own contribution to this. Graffiti often has a reputation as part of a subculture that rebels against authority, although the considerations of the practitioners often diverge and can relate to a wide range of attitudes. So some expressive passionate citizens are a bit rebellious and have contentious relationships with authority, Try understanding and be compassionate.

I agree with both Karl and Lexington; it is a simple problem and solution. If you expect the government to nanny you hand and foot for your every petty need; then you will be complaining the rest of your life. There are many other serious tragedies in line they have to deal with every day first; such as rogue gum spitting, dog waste removal and taking cats out of trees.

The Palm Beach Daily News

Saturday, August 13, 2011

I graduated!

...and only 4 months later i get my graduation papers. I did it, i graduated the school for gentlemen with flying colors!

"Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err."
-Mohandas Gandhi

Monday, August 8, 2011

Fun facts about Rats!

Did you know?

The two official correct terms for baby rats are "pups" which is commonly used in the American Rat Fancy or "kittens" which is more commonly used in the UK and Australian Rat Fancies. A male rat is called a buck. A female is called a doe, or sometimes a queen. A newborn baby with no hair, until their eyes open, is called a pinky. A baby whose eyes are open, up to 8 weeks of age, is called a pup, or kitten. A group of rats is popularly referred to as "a mischief of rats."