Thursday, April 23, 2009

Roger Rates Recent Interwebcasts

Roger's ratings of meetings initially interwebcast in the past 7 days, with the most recent shown in green and chartreuse:

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Corica Have Mercy:
Regular Meeting of the Alameda City Council April 21, 2009

Editor's Comments:

No Right-Thinking Alamedan should have to be subjected to this kind of blatant toadying to cold-blooded Developers. As we explained yesterday in our hard-hitting exposé, the City Council has finally, publicly, as good as admitted that they are in the pocket of Big Arborist, and in league with the Squirrels. If you must watch the appalling video of this travesty of a "meeting" dealing with plans for the secret Evil Robot Base to be built at Alameda Point, be sure to take your heart medication beforehand.

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This Is an Outrage:
WETA Public Hearing April 16, 2009

Editor's Comments:

As the Alameda Daily Noose and I have pointed out on too many occasions to enumerate, the idea of people using boats for transportation is some kind of loony Buck Rogers scheme dreamed up by unscrupulous planners trying to distract us from Alameda's real transportation problems. So, to devote a whole meeting to the subject is the worst waste of the City's nonexistent funding that we have seen in months.

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So Many Things to Get Annoyed About:

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Run-of-the-Mill Shenanigans:

Golden Acorn
Nothing Worth Complaining About:
Regular Meeting of the Alameda City Council April 21, 2009

Editor's Comments:

The Alameda Daily Noose and I were of two minds on this meeting. On one hand, there's the Evil Robot Base, but on the other hand, there are enough grumpy speakers, with enough choice words for the Council, to keep a Right-Thinking Alamedan chuckling in agreement for a hefty portion of the interwebcast. That is why we decided that this meeting belongs in both the one Golden Acorn and five Golden Acorns categories.

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