I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
Well as I said before, Zach would run to his blog to a quick write something. So many holes and ignorance in his posts. So many things just plain wrong! Literacy does not guarantee comprehension.
There is a lot of information that needs to be disseminated from Zach’s latest post. So let us look at it. My comments are in blue and I have included dates to quotes of older blogs I did in red that also pertain to the subject at hand.
Zach: “Instead of a
Gasp! Again, what? I have been asking Mr. Zach Wisniewski from
Zach: “It’s safe to say
Do notice how he talks down to me (loves him some
Zach: “It seems every chance he gets, he’s blogging about how great
This is funny since I keep saying just the opposite that
Zach: “Randy thinks
Yes, I do and so do many other people.
Do you want to know about Delafield at HY83 and I94? How about Onalaska near Lacrosse or the 2-3 year old store on the south side of LaCrosse, or I94 exit 89 at the Dells. These are stores that I frequent and have seen the businesses boom around.
So many of you have said show me a thriving community, the proof is all around us.
Just look around
Zach: “…but I’m wondering if the folks in Hastings, Minnesota felt the same way until
Again, Zach must not be able to read as in the business agreement this was going to be taken care of.
6-2-08 Razing fees for big box stores is something that I brought up at the first Master Plan meeting and is something that should be hammered in to any big deal. Don’t get me wrong, I want the
We need to protect the city from unneeded and unsightly vacant sites, so-called ghost boxes, the remains of what are often big box stores left vacant when retailers downsize, relocate or go out of business.
Zach: “I’ve always believed
Again, what? We are still waiting!
Zach: “…and I’ve never been a believer that the only way to promote business development in the “downtown” part of
The Iceport site is not downtown! Ask the businesses around the site if it is downtown and if they want the
Zach: “In fact, good businesses are already starting to come to
Good businesses? He cites one! Yes, it has taken 10 years for the site to get someone that wants it. I am glad they are coming.
Zach: “I know it’s hard to be patient, but I’ve always been a believer in the notion that good things come to those who wait, and perhaps a little patience is in order when it comes to the IcePort site. Don’t settle for the first proposal that comes your way; instead wait for the right proposal”.
I rationalized this insane behavior by telling myself that at the end of this rainbow I would find a huge pot of gold that just fits. What if the right proposal is the first one? It took 10 years and the Rosebud Cinema is the first one to want the building besides the post office thinking of moving. 10 years!!
Zach: “Wait for something
Anti-intellectuals are always demonstrating how desperately they need to invent their own demons to throw stones at.