Monday, May 14, 2012

May 14 PYMWYMI Update

Ho-hum.  Let your hearts be still; there is no new information to report.  No new imaginative investors contacting us about how much more they want to pay in taxes in the coming year (and years beyond that) so our schools can become excellent (or stay excellent, depending on which side of the big E you reside.)

No school board members stepping up to the bar, either.  Oh the shame; where are their leadership instincts?  (Don’t answer that, Bucky.)

So here again to make the point is our stunning graphic portrayal of community support for spending more on our government schools:

May 14 PYMWYMI Update


We were reminded that not everyone recalls what our acronym stands for, so here’s the full unabbreviated version:

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is  (PYMWYMI).

Fear not, however.  Based on the shabby showing for the school spenders so far, we’re going to come up with a new angle on things.  Watch these pages closely; the news should break in the next 36 hours or so.

Here’s a hint to keep you engaged and on your toes: PYTWYMI.

Submit guesses via the comment feature just below.

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  1. Mr. Poppycock,
    Having found a modest windfall of $0.57 (fifty seven cents)in the sofa cushions, I would like to add it to my existing pledge of $1.00 (one dollar), which should put me in first place of all Brunswick taxpayers in amounts pledged. The challenge is on!

  2. There is no need to volunteer your money, the tax man is going to take it from you anyway. The union thugs will roust their lemmings and the school budget will pass as it always does.