If All You See…

…are horrible, evil, carbon pollution dogs causing the world to end in 12 years, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Bunkerville, with a post on how much money Trump has given to Baltimore.

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  1. […] readers from I f All You See… » Pirate’s Cove  and Whatfingernews. Thanks for the […]

    • formwiz says:

      Something else from Lynne Patton

      This past week I had to shut down a children’s day camp because dead rats were falling through the ceiling and hitting the ground, and falling on children’s desks so infested with maggots that they broke apart when they hit the ground causing staffers to throw up. That’s what’s happening in New York City

      The bunny suit or Zacherle will now tell us how lovely it is on Lexington Avenue.

      • gitarcarver says:

        Funny that you should mention Lexington Avenue.

        Baltimore has a Lexington Street that is home to the once famous Lexington Market. The market has been around since 1782. It was, and remains, a place run by the City for local food vendors. You literally could get anything there from any type of cuisine. Prepared foods, meats, seafood right off the boat, etc. You name it. It was there. About 30 years ago the City stopped doing maintenance on the property. Vendors complained and found their rents raised. The rent increase was supposed to be for repairs, but they still didn’t happen. Vendors moved out. The once thriving market began to have and still has to this day, empty stalls and places.

        The demise of the Lexington Market could be tied to the fact that the area around the market began a slow decline as well. Bands of gangs roamed the streets. People were attacked. The police turned a blind eye to the attacks. Neighborhood housing went away, leaving blocks of empty lots where homes once stood.

        This was all a result of the City’s mismanagement of the property.

        Lexington Market is still hanging on, but it is a shell of its former self.

        Zach and Elwood will tell that things in Baltimore aren’t that bad, but they don’t live there, never lived there, never worked there, and did anything but see Baltimore on a map.

        Yet they are the supposed “experts” on the quality of life in Baltimore.

  2. Kentucky Headhunter says:

    I would like to give that image both a hoot AND a holler.

    Too bad about the rats infesting her city though, and she really shouldn’t try to make pets out of them.

  3. Professor Hale says:

    I don’t think it is fair to say “Trump” gave Baltimore 16 billion. I’m pretty sure I paid for that too.

  4. formwiz says:

    Something to chew on by the WSJ

    Employee compensation rose 4.5% in 2017, 5% in 2018 and 3.4% in the first six months of 2019.

    And something for all the characters in Toon Town. Also from the Journal

    The economy barely skirted recession in the final Obama years, and economic policy changed in 2017. Deregulation has unleashed repressed animal spirits, especially in energy. Tax reform has also spurred business investment in new facilities and equipment, which over time should translate into higher worker productivity and wages.

    Those reforms are continuing to pay economic dividends

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