Monthly Archives: June 2010

Boycott Molalla’s ANIMAL ABUSE festival!

Watch this video if you dare – and then try to defend these ANIMAL ABUSE FESTIVALS! It’s not difficult to document why people should boycott Rodeos – just google “RodeoCruelty.com” or read the below article to get started to learn … Continue reading

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Letter to editor (YOU get what YOU’RE willing to put up with!)

Below is a letter to the editor I sent to the Pioneer about important County meetings that Molalla’s “leaders” SHOULD be attending to gather ideas to apply to direct Molalla’s future. Since I take flack all the time for being … Continue reading

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I WIN THE LOTTERY!

I win the lottery of predictions! Yesterday, after an inane exchange with “manager” Atkins, I pried out the news that King Clarke is proposing a longer reign for Molalla’s mayor. I hate to say I told you so – but … Continue reading

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PARK FRAUD – you’ll NEVER get PARKS without SDCs

When I have insomnia I look at Molalla “documents” for a laugh and a tear – it puts me to sleep quickly. Last night I picked up the “2007 Parks Plan” that just got sent to County as part of … Continue reading

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“LOOKING FOR THE NEXT BEST THING”

Below is a new official theme song for anyone who has attempted to “work” on any “civic” project in Molalla. I suggest the “civic” leaders get “them there” bands tuned up to start playing this at every “event” in Molalla, … Continue reading

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Molalla River School District

After a long talk today with the Vice Chair of the MRSD, Karyn Gibbons, I came away with respect for Ms. Gibbon’s knowledge of the District and better insight into veracity of the “we need a new middle school” campaign. … Continue reading

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Celebrate FREE SPEECH, Celebrate FREEDOM OF THE PRESS!

“Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” — Thomas Jefferson, letter to Col. Edward Carrington, Jan. 16, … Continue reading

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