Tee Chippers * Eismann * Dengel * Dubey * & David
Tonight's City Council meeting was all about Sherrill Park (at least that's what 90% of the people in attendance thought).
Here's a shot of the peanut gallery during David Morgan's presentation:
Jack Fink from Channel 11 was there for the Sherrill Park item as well. David's presentation was very thorough and thought provoking, though according to some of the people in attendance, the details were a bit off. A member of the gallery pointed out "Amir was asking good questions tonight about the golf course money, if he had just carried it a bit further and asked who got the 90% if the city gets 10% of the revenues...keffler looked like he was about to poop his pants."
(Man, that would have made for a grade A blog, but oh well.)
If you ask me, I just think they're all skeptics. They've been drinking that hater-ade & maybe some of the creek water over near Spring Valley, because in my opinion David Morgan is fab. u. lous. So fabulous as a matter of fact that I felt compelled to make a list.
Things I love about David Morgan:
His hair (of course)
The way he pronounces comparable "compare-able" (turns out we're both right)
His fly Power Point presentations
And the fact that maybe we're not Facebook friends, but that still doesn't stop me from doing this: click here. And David Morgan's such a good guy, that I don't even think it will creep him out.
Moving along, some other notable moments tonight included Ronnie Glanton's promotion of Sherrill Park 'for the ladies.' He mentioned a number of times how now that they've got someone for the ladies (Juliet Vaughan), to get the ladies in and to have the ladies there that they were really moving into the future and out of.....L'eighties, I guess.
All I can say is at least he didn't call 'em broads or dolls.....heck who am I even kidding, I took notes with my lipliner tonight, remember? What a silly dame.
Anyway, after all of these guys cleared out, we listened to a presentation all about my neck of the woods, a one mile radius around Spring Valley & Waterview, and I came to the shocking realization that Abrahm and I are AVERAGE. Not only is Abrahm the average age (for 3 more months) of the people who live in our 1 mile bubble but we also have the average household income as our neighbors....some of which in the southern side of the circle I'm pretty sure don't claim all of their income on their taxes, b/c I see their dope rides and I know they're making more than us. Oh well.
We try so hard to be exceptional but why bother....we're average, nothing more, nothing less....and while I'm at it, I might as well pull out all of the pity party decorations, is that ok with you, Steve? Huh? You think you can make it to this one if I go ahead and throw it now, instead of this weekend, you lousy, no good, birthday party rsvp'ing-indian giver, er, I mean, native american giver. Here's what I'll be playing on repeat Saturday night while everyone else is enjoying themselves at MY party....MY party that just isn't cool enough too reschedule some dinky vacation for. Your favorite......