Thursday, September 22, 2011

Ho-hum; quiet little Brunswick

Things tend to be kind of quiet here in Brunswick, especially when certain esteemed media outlets are not publishing actively at the pace to which readers have become accustomed.

Fortunately, there are others who work hard to make sure that Brunswick isn’t too quiet!

Here’s a lovely and uplifting example; perhaps you’ll recognize someone you know, whether you want to admit it or not.  You might even submit a comment citing them for their activism.

Or, on the other hand, we might have nothing more than, in the historic words of Rev. Al Sharpton, a bunch of ‘white interlopers.’

Should you see someone walking into a bank behind you with a video camera in hand, you might want to turn around and head for the exit. 

Or another town, if that’s what it takes to avoid being profiled as an interloper by unprincipled media pundits.

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  1. While you were listening to the QUIET in Brunswick the Town Council is arranging to trade Longfellow School for a new palace for themselves. They also aided the government railroad to devalue the property of citizens living near what will become a repair facility for the subisdized government railroad. They also moved closer to building a new palace for the police department

    The MRRA continue their extortion of companies at the old BNAS and with the Town Council have now found a way to bail Mr. George Schott out of his poor investment in the family housing at the BNAS.

    Nope, not much going on in Brunswick when, like the rest of the population, you're not looking very hard. You don't know you have cancer until you go to a doctor and he finds it and points it out. Some times it is too late and there is nothing you can do. Slowly and inexorably we are being swallowed up by big government.

  2. This "mob" must have done their protest during normal business hours. I wonder if any of them work for a living?