Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my dears!  How are you?  It's so good to be "back in the saddle;" i.e., doing my blog with no outside stress.  Lord Zoltar was arrested, tried, and is serving time.  Hurrah!

Winter doesn't officially start until the 22nd, but were already locked into winter weather patterns.  Ugh, I hate this.  The whole country is screwed up weather-wise.  Climate change, maybe?

Our glorious Green Bay Packers won their game against the Washington Redskins last week and they face the Chicago Bears at home this Sunday at noon.  Go, Packers, go!

The first week of the Irregular Fantasy Football League's playoffs has finished.  I got knocked out of the championship:

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Well, Mr. Mayor Cory 'Butterball' Mason announced a project to turn the Zahn's building into a two-tower hotel.  Ha!  I'll believe it when I see it.  Another announcement was made about the @NorthBeach project: further setbacks as the developer seeks more government financing.  Ha-ha!  Oh my.

I'm sorry, but Racine is such a mess that I wonder if it can ever be fixed.  While we get labeled the 2nd worst place for blacks in the United States, elected criminals like Lying John Dickert and Butterball Mason bleed the carcass of the city for more and more money.  It's disgusting.  And it's illegal, but nobody is going to do anything about it.  Mr. OrbsCorbs' ex-wife once wrote a song about Racine entitled "Stupid Town."  I would say that is spot on.

Racine Unified School District wants $650 million to overhaul their facilities.  I can't believe it.  As one commentator said, a failed school district with declining enrollment wants $650 million.  It's outrageous.  Just watch.  They'll get it!  They'll hold sports and/or some other popular programs hostage.  The voters will cave.  They'll believe the lie that this is for the students.  Ha, again!  It's for salaries and more toys at the Central Office.

Racine suffered another shooting-murder, on Villa Street.  It never ends. 

I keep trying to flow positive energy towards the city, but it doesn't seem to help.  Is Racine doomed?  I hope not.  The taxpayers need to wake up.  Not likely during these "boom" times.

That's it for this week, friends.  Thank you for reading my blog.  I love every one of you.

Remeber to respect each other.  And try to stay warm in this cold.
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