Monday, October 27, 2008

Noose Media Called Upon to Investigate Un-Alamedan Activities


Betsy Baker is right about the disturbing rise in un-Alamedan activities lately. I know that Besty mentioned there are certain parts of Alameda that are still strongly pro-Alamedan, but it's not necessarily a matter of geography. For example, on community college campuses, you find people who hate Alameda, and unfortunately some of these people have positions teaching in institutions of higher learning, but you'll find them in all walks of life, all throughout Alameda.

Most Alamedans, Rog, are wild about Alameda, but I'm very concerned that Roy Avery has Anti-Alamedan views. Scottish, Squirrely, and anti-Alamedan: that's a good descriptor for Roy Avery. It's obvious that he has the ear of many of our City leaders, and when Roy gets too close to anyone's ear with those Bagpipes of his, that person is likely to become deaf to all Right-Thinking arguments. The Alamedan Noose media should do a penetrating exposé and take a great look at the views of the people in City Hall and find out: are they pro-Alameda or anti-Alameda? I think people would love to see an exposé like that.

Michaella Brookman

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

More and more these days I run into fake Alamedans. They should be investigated. A lot them don't understand that the way things are is the way things should be. They think there are other ways. But, as real Alamedans know, once you've been doing something the same way for a long time there's no reason to ever think about changing it. For example, some of the these people even have the crazy (and totally Anti-Alamedan idea) that Measure A could be 'modified' and still control growth. Real Alamedans know that Measure A can not ever change not one little bit. Or Santa will die (my mom told me this, and I know it to be true).