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Henry John

Titusville, PA

#21 Sep 27, 2013
John Henry wrote:
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Numbering your rant doesn't make it more coherent. In fact, nothing really would.
Hey stooge, he was very coherent. Take your pompous liberal attitude and move your ass to a place where the government runs everything. We are not quite there yet.
John Henry

Erie, PA

#22 Sep 27, 2013
Honest American wrote:
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Perhap`s to you, but it does allow for a full assessment of your arrogance & intolerant attitude for the legal rights of those who choose to exercise them.
Actually your attitude is usually found in a sub division where there are restrictions as to your property & activities.
There is always some pompous ass who delights in telling other`s what they can & cannot do & patrol the neighborhood looking & hoping for infractions.
Let's see, I merely expressed my disappointment that the building is being torn down and my opinion that it will have a negative impact on our neighborhood and tax base and some whiney internet troll douchebag is telling me I am intolerant when the troll is intolerant of my opinion.

In other words, go f*ck yourself. One day you might have an investment worth protecting, but I doubt it.
John Henry

Erie, PA

#23 Sep 27, 2013
Henry John wrote:
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Hey stooge, he was very coherent. Take your pompous liberal attitude and move your ass to a place where the government runs everything. We are not quite there yet.
Internet trolls, stalkers, and sock puppets. Shove your tin foil hats up your paranoid Ron Paul loving asses.
American Honest

Erie, PA

#24 Sep 27, 2013
Me and my sock puppet are gonna double down on the stupid.

We'll show you. Ain't that right sock puppet?
Henry John

Titusville, PA

#25 Sep 28, 2013
John Henry wrote:
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Internet trolls, stalkers, and sock puppets. Shove your tin foil hats up your paranoid Ron Paul loving asses.
Wow aren't you one intelligent moron. Take your elitist crap and go take a swim in the bay down by the sewage plant. You are no better than the crap they treat.
Honest American

United States

#26 Sep 28, 2013
John Henry wrote:
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Let's see, I merely expressed my disappointment that the building is being torn down and my opinion that it will have a negative impact on our neighborhood and tax base and some whiney internet troll douchebag is telling me I am intolerant when the troll is intolerant of my opinion.
In other words, go f*ck yourself. One day you might have an investment worth protecting, but I doubt it.

My,My....A Liberal returns to Liberal activism 101 when all else fails. Profanity! Where I come from that puts a loss in the debate column.
Railroad Willy

United States

#27 Sep 28, 2013
I used to live in a tar paper shack along the railroad tracks until last year when the city kicked us out. My doctor offered me & my friends a house to live in until things pick up. Its on West sixth street,maybe its the house you are talking about.
If so come on over & we will tip a few . Whats your pleasure, Thunder Bird or Ripple?
PS.....Don`t worry about the lawn, we will leave the grass grow high so you cannot see the empty wine & beer bottles.
Timo

Erie, PA

#28 Sep 28, 2013
Think.

If everyone thought like John Henry, the character of the city would be intact, strong and appealing. People would maintain their properties. Property values would be higher. People would actually want to move to Erie. Oh shlt he obviously is a Democrat! Makes no sense
Henry John

Titusville, PA

#29 Sep 28, 2013
Timo wrote:
Think.
If everyone thought like John Henry, the character of the city would be intact, strong and appealing. People would maintain their properties. Property values would be higher. People would actually want to move to Erie. Oh shlt he obviously is a Democrat! Makes no sense
You make no sense, stupid. Thinking like the dumb democrats has taxed people out of the city. Morons like you are all that is left in Erie.
EastsideSam234

Erie, PA

#30 Sep 29, 2013
Henry John wrote:
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You make no sense, stupid. Thinking like the dumb democrats has taxed people out of the city. Morons like you are all that is left in Erie.
and you're still here
Henry John

Titusville, PA

#31 Sep 29, 2013
EastsideSam234 wrote:
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and you're still here
I don't live in the City of Erie idiot. Take an extra dose of your meds and plenty of Jack and drop dead.
Honest American

United States

#32 Sep 30, 2013
John Henry wrote:
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Let's see, I merely expressed my disappointment that the building is being torn down and my opinion that it will have a negative impact on our neighborhood and tax base and some whiney internet troll douchebag is telling me I am intolerant when the troll is intolerant of my opinion.
In other words, go f*ck yourself. One day you might have an investment worth protecting, but I doubt it.
Well you having but one investment to protect certainly explains your arrogant hostility ......I on the other hand have several & the necessary insurance & protection to cover them.
thomas pasky

Dallas, TX

#33 Oct 8, 2013
Honest American wrote:
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Aside from your laudable efforts & the fact this home could be renovated if the owner so chose.....
1. Since the owner wants to do some else with the property , who are you or anybody to tell him no, you cannot.
2. Why did not some restorationist buy the property & do what you propose.
3. What city or state ordinance exists which gives you the right to determine what compromises the character of a district historic or otherwise & to speak out against the land owner to develop his property as he chooses.
...... I am think you miss the point of what all of us are saying is he should have preserved the property as it was and yes these houses should not be owned by Gannon but only sold to private individuals who are noted that the houses are protected and can not be altered in any way
cheetos

United States

#34 Oct 8, 2013
The point is that those old homes can be purchased dirt cheap with intentions of restoration. But reality hits when the cost of a slate roof, painting, or required updates from insurance companies get involved.

If kept for historical values then expect your tax dollars for the upkeep. Pretty simple.

All the extravagant homes were already torn down in the late 50's and early 60's anyhow.
dangme

Corry, PA

#35 Oct 8, 2013
dangme

Corry, PA

#36 Oct 8, 2013
well, after studying google maps, I think the Dr.'s own house was a wreck when he bought it, if it's the same house I'm thinking of. I remember talking to a real estate agent who said it was a prior frat house.

He had to have dumped a fortune into it.[ probably lerta exempt]

maybe that's a little consolation.
FuryFister

Waterford, PA

#37 Oct 8, 2013
My uncle is a stand up dude, he even let me be the first one to take a hack at the walls inside
at the sheraton

Erie, PA

#38 Oct 8, 2013
Erie loves destroying itself. What a joke you are.

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