Monday, November 29, 2010
While I have no problem with being reminded not to put trash out, the folks who got the calls were the ones who knew not to put trash and leaves out. The calls wishing us a Happy Thanksgiving, while well meant, were unnecessary and probably an abuse of the system. Hope you all had a nice holiday. Later.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
OK, I promised more thoughts about the tunnel. Just a thought. If the tunnel is so necessary to get people from NJ to NYC so they can work, why not talk the NYC employers and suggest they relocate to NJ, to Trenton? Then would be no need for a tunnel. Why isn't the Mayor in NYC to suggest this? Just wondering. Have a pleasant evening.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
A few words about the Tunnel under the Hudson recently cancelled by the governor which caused much moaning and groaning. My feeling is, "Good for you, Chris." His main concern was the cost which we in NJ would have to pay, probably through higher taxes or transportation costs. Much screaming about that. As for me, I wonder if we even need it. The Baby Boomer generation did not reproduce the way their parents did - lower birth rate means fewer people. And thanks to the joys of technology, more people work from home. Within the next ten/fifteen years or so fewer workers will spend more time working at home. That means fewer commuters. So we probably don't need another tunnel, certainly not another tunnel costing a, "zillion" dollars. Shortly, some ideas for the future of commuting to NY City. My regards to all who served this country with honor. Lamberton Lily
Monday, November 8, 2010
Good evening, fellow Trentonians. I will be brief - this time! There is a new word for us to use. It is "Blowviate." It is a regular verb. It means to talk too bloody much. Sadly, politicians and clergy are most often guilty of blowviating. Would anyone like to make book on the next embarrassment to occur in Trenton? Stay warm and dry. LL aka PHS