Thursday, November 3, 2016

More corporate welfare

Hey, big-timer executive, if you want hunting in your yard - YOU pay for it!



Jason Margolis said...

For real -- why is someone in a house like that asking for hand-outs from the government?

If you want hunting in your yard, pay for it yourself!!!

That's not a historic district, that's a hysteric district.

Anonymous said...

But, why would they pay for it when we will pay for it... through their hand puppet John Bendel a/k/a Pat Toomey Jr. a/k/a Brumfield's Bitch.

- Zeke the Plumber

Jason Margolis said...

All too accurate, Zeke.

And btw -- those damp leaves all over their lawn and piled up in the street are far more of a road hazard than any deer will ever be!!!

E. T. Gillen said...

Jason, we all know that we must not pile our leaves in the street until the day before garbage day, but people in Virginia Manor have separate rules. We even spent $25,000 in tax money for their remodeling guide. We're also paying Tony DeNicola to oversee the archery in their park - Twin Hills. The people in Virginia Manor are very high maintenance.

To be fair, Jason, maybe the landscaper couldn't fit him in the day before leaf pick up. For the landscaper to rake them to the curb and then expect the owner to rake them into the street, is unrealistic. You know better than that.

Anonymous said...

Not to change the subject, but I'm surprised none of the self-perceived VM elites have complained about the ridiculous condition of Cochran road to the Commission. If they had, you know it would be swiftly fixed at everyone else's expense.

Anonymous said...

Remember the olden days, when it was "PLAY IN MY YARD". Smh.

The surprising thing about signs like this is that according to the deer killing camp, these deer are no better than rodents. So this VM resident is basically announcing s/he has a serious problem with vermin. Perhaps they need some caution tape around the property?

Anonymous said...

Maybe the lady of the house is running as a candidate for next year's, "Mt. Lebanon's Finest Ladies", for positively impacting Lebo.

It would appear that you have a better chance to win this esteemed award [2016 Winners: Susan Morgans, Don't you know who I am! - Carolyn Byham, and Mary Larsen] if you refuse to plant deer resistant flowers and stand against The Humane Society of the United States and humane deer mgt, and promote and support animal cruelty; i.e. bow-hunting is the most inhumane way to kill a sentient animal. There's over a 50% wounding rate; more than one out of every two deer shot are never retrieved, and usually die after prolonged agony from septic infection, peritonitis, blood loss or other complications - causing enormous pain and suffering.

In addition, these lovely ladies have turned Mt. Lebanon into a private hunting preserve and shooting gallery (a bloody killing field) that threatens the safety of all families, children, and pets. They also turned Lebo in to a very divisive community pitting one neighbor against another.

I would feel sorry for these ladies if they weren't so intent on inflicting suffering and death on others, and exposing all of Lebo families to danger from shooters and hunters for tulips and their own personal agendas. Still it's hard to imagine the poverty of their inner lives. Incomprehensible.

Stacey said...

I sent this class information to the Commissioners and Keith McGill today to post on the Mt. Lebanon website; no response yet.

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Anonymous said...

In today's NYTImes...