Terry

Woodbine, GA

#141 Feb 21, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Do you generally eat lunch with a known zealot arsshole just to confirm what you already know?
I can buy my own lunch, thank you.
Ahhhh, just as I expected. When confronted with a civilized dialogue, the imposter retreats. So Jay, having a conversation with someone in your claimed IQ group is to daunting of a task?

Well if you change your mind, I eat at Aunt Bs every Tuesday around 12:45.
cost

Saint Marys, GA

#142 Feb 21, 2013
Common Sense wrote:
In Jeremy Spencer's last letter to the editor he wrote, "The downtown area is in dire need of infrastructure replacement and repair. The lines are clogged with sediment and need major overhaul. If this is not repaired over the years we can forget attracting anything to downtown."
Through SPLOST VII St. Marys will get approximately $18.5 million. City Council is allocating nearly $11 million for the bond debt service. St. Marys will also receive over $4 million for infrastructure, over $1 million for city facilities and over $2 million for equipment and vehicles.
And yet Jeremy is against SPLOST VII: the only chance of helping the downtown area that he's so very worried about. The boy appears to be a bit confused.
I did not read it that way. I read it to mean that since we have spent so much on special interest projects, we have overlooked downtown. That money we spent on expansion could have been better spent on the downtown infrastructure and Gaines-Davis too.
Real Simple

Kingsland, GA

#143 Feb 22, 2013
cost wrote:
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I did not read it that way. I read it to mean that since we have spent so much on special interest projects, we have overlooked downtown. That money we spent on expansion could have been better spent on the downtown infrastructure and Gaines-Davis too.
You are right. The City passed splost 6 with the promise 80% would go into drainage, water/sewer, and streets. They spent less than 20%. The 80% went into buildings like Orange Hall, the Library, and the Aquatic park. If plost 7 passes how much will actually go into paying down the water/sewer bond debt? Do you trust their promise?

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Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#144 Feb 22, 2013
Terry wrote:
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Ahhhh, just as I expected. When confronted with a civilized dialogue, the imposter retreats. So Jay, having a conversation with someone in your claimed IQ group is to daunting of a task?
Well if you change your mind, I eat at Aunt Bs every Tuesday around 12:45.
You take me back to my dealings with recent "converts" to fundamentalism, AmWay, A.L. Williams, etc.

I have no interest in deprogramming you. This too will pass. Perhaps you will look back and laugh at what a ridiculously gullible newbie zealot you were at this time in your life.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#145 Feb 22, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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What brought you to St Marys, Jay? Your family obviously did not come over on the Mayflower.
No, on my father's side, they came over on a Spanish vessel in the early 1700's to Pensacola by order of and in service to the king of Spain.

My paternal grandmother was Maggie Lucree from Brunswick.

My maternal grandfather, Earl Sires, was of Freench ancsetry. My maternal grandmother, Sarah Saunders, was of English ancestry.

My heritage is Spanish, Irish, French, and English. I'm sure for your puposes you would prefer me to be a "wetback", or a "whop" but I'm not. If I were, I would say so.

No one "brought " me to St. Marys. It was a business related move that brought me here as a civilian. The location saved me about 1,000 miles of driving per month vice when I lived in Savannah.

Any more questions, bigoted , xenophobic, Camdenite, rednecked ass?

Oh, and as a bonus, I am not only an agnostic adult but I was forced to be a Catholic child - baptism, first communion, the whole nine yards.
Common Sense

Saint Marys, GA

#146 Feb 22, 2013
Yawn...now that Moreno's veered off into a lunatic diatribe can we get back to SPLOST VII? I just read the Tribune: Jeremy got well and truly spanked for his ridiculous letter.
snake oil

Dornsife, PA

#147 Feb 22, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>No one "brought " me to St. Marys. It was a business related move that brought me here as a civilian. The location saved me about 1,000 miles of driving per month vice when I lived in Savannah.
OK, I'm trying to figure this out since you want to tell us about the shovel that dug the ore from which the steel was smelted that was used to fabricate your scooter to carry your massive hulk..........

If you were trying to save 100 miles of driving per month by coming to St. Marys, why did you take a job driving a dump truck for Stan Smith.....or the job driving OTR trucks for Schneider Truck Lines.....or the Assistant Manager job at Burger King on St. Simons Island, a 50 mile commute. I mean the BK job alone was 100 miles a day, 20 days a month minimum, or 2000 miles a month.

Like so many of your stories, lies, and/or excuses, it just doesn't add up.
snake oil

Dornsife, PA

#148 Feb 22, 2013
I apologize for veering off-topic, but I I can't pass on an opportunity to spin this moron like a top.
Simplistic dolt

Cumming, GA

#149 Feb 22, 2013
Table wrote:
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Don't forget the county mils going up. They use splost also.
I don't see it. More likely, the opposite is true.

First, a little history on the purpose of SPLOST. As originally conceived and enacted by the legislature, it was a funding mechanism for capital improvements, especially things like courthouses and public safety complexes, including jails. The idea, and I think it's a good one, is to fund these major capital improvements with a temporary tax for a specific period of time. It enables local governments to pay as you go, without burdening future taxpayers with bond obligations. That was particularly important during the high interest rates of the '80s when it was enacted. Interest rates are currently lower, but it's still a valid concept.

Looking at the list of SPLOST projects, yeah, they'd be nice to have, but I don't see anything critical. What I do see in the not to distant future is the need for a new jail. It's not urgent, but it will be before the end of this 6 year extension.

By approving this SPLOST, with this distribution of revenue, we're just about guaranteed to have to increase the millage rate across the board to construct the new jail. Or we can vote no this time, and reinstate the SPLOST for a more worthy project at a later date.
Liberatarian

Kingsland, GA

#150 Feb 22, 2013
Why not just reduce the size of our corrupt government?

Problem solved.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#151 Feb 22, 2013
snake oil wrote:
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OK, I'm trying to figure this out since you want to tell us about the shovel that dug the ore from which the steel was smelted that was used to fabricate your scooter to carry your massive hulk..........
If you were trying to save 100 miles of driving per month by coming to St. Marys, why did you take a job driving a dump truck for Stan Smith.....or the job driving OTR trucks for Schneider Truck Lines.....or the Assistant Manager job at Burger King on St. Simons Island, a 50 mile commute. I mean the BK job alone was 100 miles a day, 20 days a month minimum, or 2000 miles a month.
Like so many of your stories, lies, and/or excuses, it just doesn't add up.
It's fairly well known. I'm kind of busy today. Could someone who has been here since before yesterday do me a favor and bring this newbie up to speed?

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#152 Feb 22, 2013
Simplistic dolt wrote:
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I don't see it. More likely, the opposite is true.
First, a little history on the purpose of SPLOST. As originally conceived and enacted by the legislature, it was a funding mechanism for capital improvements, especially things like courthouses and public safety complexes, including jails. The idea, and I think it's a good one, is to fund these major capital improvements with a temporary tax for a specific period of time. It enables local governments to pay as you go, without burdening future taxpayers with bond obligations. That was particularly important during the high interest rates of the '80s when it was enacted. Interest rates are currently lower, but it's still a valid concept.
Looking at the list of SPLOST projects, yeah, they'd be nice to have, but I don't see anything critical. What I do see in the not to distant future is the need for a new jail. It's not urgent, but it will be before the end of this 6 year extension.
By approving this SPLOST, with this distribution of revenue, we're just about guaranteed to have to increase the millage rate across the board to construct the new jail. Or we can vote no this time, and reinstate the SPLOST for a more worthy project at a later date.
Congratulations, Sir. You have soared to a new height of stupidity that exceeds even my lowest expectations of your intelligence.
Simplistic dolt

Cumming, GA

#153 Feb 22, 2013
Liberatarian wrote:
Why not just reduce the size of our corrupt government?
Problem solved.
We can do both. Vote no on this SPLOST, then next year, or the year after, we can vote yes for a new jail to house the corrupt SOB's that got us into this mess. It's a win/win.
Telling it like it is

Woodbine, GA

#154 Feb 22, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Do you generally eat lunch with a known zealot arsshole just to confirm what you already know?
I can buy my own lunch, thank you.
You ignorant ass. You are so paranoid.You are indeed a stupid poor bastard. May you burn in hell.
Simplistic dolt

Cumming, GA

#155 Feb 22, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Congratulations, Sir. You have soared to a new height of stupidity that exceeds even my lowest expectations of your intelligence.
Thank you for your response. It's not often I have the opportunity to engage someone of your intellect and high academic achievement. I'm not worthy.

I humbly suggest that Camden's potential needs for infrastructure investment far outweigh the need to pull a few politicians fat out of the fire. There is an opportunity cost involved. If we approve this, we are locked in for the next 6 years, and most likely another 6 years, or until St. Marys has managed to get it's financial house in order.

It's possible that at some point St. Marys might get it's house in order, Jesus Christ may return, and Angelina Jolie would offer to give me a blowjob. Just the other day Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and I debated this very issue, and the relative odds. The smart money was on me getting a blowjob from Ms. Jolie.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#156 Feb 22, 2013
Just finished reading today's Letters-to-Ethe-Editor re: Jeremy Spencer in todasy's T&G.

Just stay out of his way. Jeremey Spencer is about to go supernova then become a fading memory- sucked into the same black hole where Bob Nutter's vaporized politcal remains went.

Hopefully, he will obliterate the entire Camden constellation of TP loons when he goes.
Wake Up

Saint Marys, GA

#157 Feb 22, 2013
The difference is that Nutter is widely liked and respected. Jeremy is not.
A Real Local Genius

Kingsland, GA

#158 Feb 22, 2013
Sandy Feller a local hero.

Sept. 2007
"There should be a moratorium on all new site plans for developments until Impact Fees are in place. The City is planning a bond issue of 40,000,000.00 for water and sewer. The question is who will pay for the bond. In my opinion the developers should. Normally the people and businesses that use the service pay for such bonds. They pay hook-up fees and then the pay consumption fees. If we go ahead now we the taxpayers will be paying for the bonds with increases in advolurem taxes. It seems to me we pay enough in property taxes as is. With Impact Fees the developers would pay. Sandy Sez;"

Nothing has changed. The idiot clones that dismissed Sandy are still in charge of Splost spending.
Anon

Kingsland, GA

#159 Feb 22, 2013
A Real Local Genius wrote:
Sandy Feller a local hero.
Sept. 2007
"There should be a moratorium on all new site plans for developments until Impact Fees are in place. The City is planning a bond issue of 40,000,000.00 for water and sewer. The question is who will pay for the bond. In my opinion the developers should. Normally the people and businesses that use the service pay for such bonds. They pay hook-up fees and then the pay consumption fees. If we go ahead now we the taxpayers will be paying for the bonds with increases in advolurem taxes. It seems to me we pay enough in property taxes as is. With Impact Fees the developers would pay. Sandy Sez;"
Nothing has changed. The idiot clones that dismissed Sandy are still in charge of Splost spending.
Look at who is on the Kamden Kounty Kommission. It is hopeless.
We are screwed. Didn't they just vote to lower impact fees again? Who does Blunt and Skylite represent except themselves?

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#160 Feb 22, 2013
Wake Up wrote:
The difference is that Nutter is widely liked and respected. Jeremy is not.
Widely? How many loons belong to St.Marys Earthkeepers now?

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