I'm not poor and don't live in an economically depressed area of F-burg
Posted in the Fitchburg Forum
#1 Mar 2, 2013
"No, I'm not ok with my house being illuminated by a blue light. Then again, I'm not poor and don't live in one of the most economically depressed areas of the city. You see, I went to school, paid attention, got good grades and now have a well-paying job."
" It's too bad you didn't have good parenting to teach you right from wrong and provide the guidance essential to living a productive life."
#2 Mar 2, 2013
So is this your "entitlement"? LOL. You are "not kidding" huh?
By any chance were you at that Romney dinner party where he was taped?
"The ,I am wealthy class, as I deserve more!"
LMAO! Please stop!
It is obvious that "YOU DIDN'T HAVE GOOD PARENTING."
Or were they "of the better class/wealthy" also?
You are as narrow minded as a person can get!!!! What about skin color? Do you align a stigma around this "class" of people as you have stated??
Do you actually have a chart?
So, you definitely wouldn't want to have a group of brain dead wheelchair bound group home in your area huh???
Unbelievable!!! Hey, at least you admit to having a narrow thought process. We need to consider the source when you comment!!!
#3 Mar 2, 2013
Sorry Lynch, you are poor. You have no job, thus, you have no income. You fall below the poverty level. Another harsh reality for you, Cedar St. is economically depressed. Just like lower Cleghorn. Just like North St, Highland Ave, Myrtle. Reality is a cruel mistress but facts are facts.
I don't come from wealth. I'm well-off today due to my hard work. That's a concept that you can't fathom. You see it as everyone works just as hard therefor everyone should earn the same. You see someone making $250K a year as over paid. You can't understand the value that a company sees for that role or the person's contributions to the company. You think small because you're not educated. You've probably got a learning disability on top of the other mental health issues you're suffering from as well.
I'm sorry you don't love America and the free market. It's the best system in the world, that's why millions of people risk imprisonment to come to this country illegally.
Go to Cuba or China if you want the government to take care of all of your needs and make everything 'equal' for you.
Those of us who are gainfully employed and enjoy our money and the opportunity it affords us will stay in beautiful USA.
#4 Mar 2, 2013
Of course you are poor Lynch. You live with your parents. You have no job, you're on govt assistance. You are the poster child for poverty.
And if the college area isn't economically depressed then what part of the city do you consider economically depressed? Even your posts say that drug dealing, drug usage and pristitution runs rampant in the area. That's not happening in my neighborhood, I can guarantee that.
#5 Mar 2, 2013
I am a very hard working individual. You are wrong! Even with my "physical" disabilities I work much harder than you.
You mention "free market" as if it is a reality. You are a market opportunist. All CEOs are paid too much! All sports players are paid too much. All city and state department heads are paid too much!
I aced accounting. I can Ace anything that I set my mind to. If I studied hard and long hours I could ace a bar exam. I could become an environmental specialist.
There are many educated individuals who do not consider how much money you make marks the level of your education. I wish everyone went to college as it is only 4 yrs time.
I feel that $250,000 is way too much money for any individual. The more people make the less people are working. Unemployment is high when people like yourself are getting over paid.
#6 Mar 2, 2013
Welcome back Captain. You are receiving a pension that you shouldn't be. From people that know you out here you haven't worked a lick after your 7th yr on the force. Society gives you welfare,food stamps and other social services under one check!
Drug use, gang banging and prostitution is everywhere. Even wealthy people have drug addictions. And even police have drug addicts in their family.
Yes, I live under the poverty level for the moment. What that tells me is that you could live under these financial means also. Other words, you are over paid.
If you were a police Captain, I could do your job better than you did, a ghost could do more than you did your last 20 yrs in which you received a total of a million dollars including benefits
#7 Mar 2, 2013
This reminds me of a nursery ryhme I learned as a kid it went something like 'Back, white, green or yellow i don't care just pay me the 5 grand you owe me'.
#8 Mar 2, 2013
Good to hear and we get it NOBODY works harder than you so where is my 5 Grand? You already failed the bar exam after you went to one and got yourself punched out now pay up!
#9 Mar 2, 2013
You're poor. Both in money and in humanity. You killed a person. You are an awful person.
#10 Mar 2, 2013
Here's a riddle for you.. what has two eyes, two legs and won't pay me my money?
#11 Mar 2, 2013
Here is how it works, an officer works so many years and if he does a good job he gets promoted. Now I'm going to ask you to owing up to your challenge and paying me the money. Here is the difference. If an officer made the post he would have the balls to pay up but if a criminal did he will keep hiding. Are you going to pay?
#12 Mar 3, 2013
It is just a Fitchurg low class mentality. Anyone who earns more than $60K a year is considered wealthy here in the Burg but in other communities where residents are "professionally trained skilled workers" and are well educated that $60K is considered just a staring point.
The burg people don't understand the concept of how important education is and that it takes experience and time to move up the salary ladder.
Obviously someone who has been employed for 20 years or more working as a skilled tradesman or holds a degree in the field should be near or more than $100K annually.
It is the low class mentality found only in the burg that holds the community back. Residents should encourage other residents to strive to better themselves and be respectful and proud if someone is earning a good wage but instead we get the people who constantly put other people down for their salaries just because they cannot accept the fact that people can be successful.
Many people in the burg feel they know what each occupation should be earning but somehow they were never successful in their own lives.
Here in the burg you get the "I should be earning that but I don't want to work for it, I want it now and it should be handed to me" attitude.
#13 Mar 3, 2013
We get it and you live in a FLEA market reality because that's where you buy a bag of clothes for $1 and pretend you went shopping now pay up!
#14 Mar 3, 2013
Prior to anyone posting they should click on the following link from the Sentinel.
Obviously, Councilor Thibault-Munoz has the impression we resemble Haiti or Costa Rica.
Since: Feb 10
#15 Mar 3, 2013
It's called envy. And through class warfare its the progressive militants weapon of choice which has successful propelled a community activists into the most powerful position on earth. Welcome to the "spread the wealth" or more like "spread the welfare" ideology.
#16 Mar 3, 2013
Wong earns wat she deserves,pay Jtn more
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