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Carol Cap : Carol Cap : Gloucester supervisors are entertaining, if you live somewhere else

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There was hope. With a new year, two new supervisors, a new chairman and a freshly learned lesson, there was hope that 2010 would bring sanity and functionality to the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors.

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Eternal Victim

Wicomico, VA

#1 Jan 19, 2010
Where are Bill and Phyllis?

COME OUT! COMEOUT! WHERE EVER YOU ARE!!

Great article Ms. Capo. Thank you.
Cym

Gloucester, VA

#2 Jan 19, 2010
IMHO? Witch. Person who loves to gossip. Doesn't know the difference between fact and fiction. She needs to get a life. Needs to get the truth before she prints. Didn't have the guts to speak to pastor before writing. One of the gossips. Just another Dilby flunkie. Do you need more?
Observer in Abington

Norfolk, VA

#3 Jan 20, 2010
Now wait a minute Cym.....
The continued rant about liars and gossips is getting tiresome.
Please provide some concrete evidence that the items thaat Ms. Capo is referring to are not based on the Supervisors past history. I"m not trying to be insulting, but obviously for you to continually comment about people being liars and gossips, you have some knowledge of misconstrued facts that I am unaware of. I'd like to hear/read what facts you have to dispell what Ms. Capo eluded to in her article. Thank You.
ConservativesWin

Fishers, IN

#4 Jan 20, 2010
Ms. Capo was right on target. Woodard is a sad individual who should never have been elected to the board. come on Cym, you know it. Let's be adults here.
Think about it

Smithfield, VA

#5 Jan 20, 2010
I would love to hear your response bill to others who have asked the same questions I have. What facts do you have that make anyone who speaks about Altemus, Ressler, Woodard and Crewe in a less than favorable light, a liar and gossip. I have yet to see what your take on this other than you don't agree.

I think the article was right on point and I base my opinion on facts, conversations I've had with each of the aforementioned, and observations of their actions at board meetings, town hall meetings, and even the planning commission meetings (for Ressler and Woodard).
Cym

Gloucester, VA

#6 Jan 20, 2010
The foundation is that she is writing based purely based on other writing, not on facts she observed. She therefore compounds the errors by assuming that the information in the original thesis is correct. You may feel the original theses are correct, others don't. Writing based on other writings is, again, gossip. Nothing better.
Mirror

Colonial Beach, VA

#7 Jan 20, 2010
mirror on the wall, why is Cym the most clueless of all?

Yes, Capo's opinion piece is based on other writing. The writing in Woodards email. It's not hard to read Woodards facts. It's all in his email and it is public record.

Cym it looks like you're the gossip around Gloucester.
Think about it

Smithfield, VA

#8 Jan 20, 2010
Observer in Abington wrote:
Now wait a minute Cym.....
The continued rant about liars and gossips is getting tiresome.
Please provide some concrete evidence that the items thaat Ms. Capo is referring to are not based on the Supervisors past history. I"m not trying to be insulting, but obviously for you to continually comment about people being liars and gossips, you have some knowledge of misconstrued facts that I am unaware of. I'd like to hear/read what facts you have to dispell what Ms. Capo eluded to in her article. Thank You.
And once again Cym/bill doesn't have a response of facts, just more assertions that everything printed that he doesn't agree with is gossip and lies.
Observer in Abington

Norfolk, VA

#9 Jan 20, 2010
Cym wrote:
The foundation is that she is writing based purely based on other writing, not on facts she observed. She therefore compounds the errors by assuming that the information in the original thesis is correct. You may feel the original theses are correct, others don't. Writing based on other writings is, again, gossip. Nothing better.
Thank You, Mr. Cym. I understand your logic, althought I can't say that I agree wholeheartedly with you. For example, certainly some of the actions of the board (closed meetings, hiring a friend, embrassing and humiliating other county officials) was in plain public view and witnessed by many people, and many people were appalled. On the other hand, not one of us knows what was discussed in the grand jury, and so I agree with you that any comment there may be speculation. The only insight we have in to the grand jury's thoughts is the written ruling -- again, a public document and easily viewed by all.

I guess I'm still uncertain what exactly Ms. Capo said that is not based on fact. What is there in that article that indicates to you that she is meerly 'stirring the pot' and not expressing her opinion based on factual information?

It may be hard to tell, but I'm not trying to be sarcastic. I am trying really hard to see another point of view on this entire BoS matter, and I appreciate your input.
Mirror

Colonial Beach, VA

#10 Jan 20, 2010
mirror on the wall, why is Cym the most clueless of all?

Yes, CApos opinion piece is based on other writing. The writing in Woodards email thesis. It's easy to read Woodards facts. It's all in his email thesis and it is public record.

Looks like Cym is the gossip around Gloucester.
myturn

Gloucester, VA

#11 Jan 21, 2010
Cym, why limit your analysis of all writing to two labels, truth and gossip. English is a rich language. Writing can also be opinion, conclusion,
ideograph, testament, pronouncement, tale, rant,
composition, bombast, bluster,discourse,homily, treatise, tirade, sermon, narration, account, argument.
And the person (especially TAI) can be lots of things other than a gossip or a liar. Search for some interesting labels. Don't be constantly trite and boring.
And there is at least one other level of discourse, yours being low class, coarse, crude, belligerent, lowbrow: high class, refined, educated, thoughtful.
Low class people can pull themselves up by their own bootstraps. Please try.
Cym

Norfolk, VA

#12 Jan 21, 2010
myturn wrote:
Cym, why limit your analysis of all writing to two labels, truth and gossip. English is a rich language. Writing can also be opinion, conclusion,
ideograph, testament, pronouncement, tale, rant,
composition, bombast, bluster,discourse,homily, treatise, tirade, sermon, narration, account, argument.
And the person (especially TAI) can be lots of things other than a gossip or a liar. Search for some interesting labels. Don't be constantly trite and boring.
And there is at least one other level of discourse, yours being low class, coarse, crude, belligerent, lowbrow: high class, refined, educated, thoughtful.
Low class people can pull themselves up by their own bootstraps. Please try.
I like you.
Cym

Norfolk, VA

#13 Jan 21, 2010
So, morons, when do you think anyone at the daily depress will EVER write anything constructive?
Observer in Abington

Norfolk, VA

#14 Jan 21, 2010
Cym wrote:
So, morons, when do you think anyone at the daily depress will EVER write anything constructive?
Why the change og subject? Why did you not answer the questions posed above?
Cym

Norfolk, VA

#15 Jan 22, 2010
Observer in Abington wrote:
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Why the change og subject? Why did you not answer the questions posed above?
Question? What question? Nobody here ever knows what they're talking about. It's just random. I hope to keep it that way until we are rid of the gossips and the people who get so darn 'personal', until then I plan on immitating and mocking them.
cymbicil

United States

#16 Jan 22, 2010
Cym wrote:
So, morons, when do you think anyone at the daily depress will EVER write anything constructive?
when they write that you've flown to the moon
Observer in Abington

Norfolk, VA

#17 Jan 22, 2010
Cym wrote:
<quoted text>Question? What question? Nobody here ever knows what they're talking about. It's just random. I hope to keep it that way until we are rid of the gossips and the people who get so darn 'personal', until then I plan on immitating and mocking them.
See post #9. I was begining to think that perhaps you just don't have a good explaination for your commentary, so thank you for responding.
Think about it

Smithfield, VA

#18 Jan 22, 2010
I think they're good questions.
WHAT

Gloucester, VA

#19 Jan 22, 2010
Observer in Abington wrote:
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Thank You, Mr. Cym. I understand your logic, althought I can't say that I agree wholeheartedly with you. For example, certainly some of the actions of the board (closed meetings, hiring a friend, embrassing and humiliating other county officials) was in plain public view and witnessed by many people, and many people were appalled. On the other hand, not one of us knows what was discussed in the grand jury, and so I agree with you that any comment there may be speculation. The only insight we have in to the grand jury's thoughts is the written ruling -- again, a public document and easily viewed by all.
I guess I'm still uncertain what exactly Ms. Capo said that is not based on fact. What is there in that article that indicates to you that she is meerly 'stirring the pot' and not expressing her opinion based on factual information?
It may be hard to tell, but I'm not trying to be sarcastic. I am trying really hard to see another point of view on this entire BoS matter, and I appreciate your input.
What we do know is what was not discussed in the SGJ, Like what does it take to charge them with these charges, what is the law, we know we aren't the first ones doing this, where did others make their mistakes? do we as a whole clearly understand the laws we are charging them with? why did Hicks makes his first report in the manner that he did? do we have anything that's different? are we doing the right thing as per Law? yes we don't know what was said in the SGJ.
cymbicile

Spencer, IN

#20 Jan 23, 2010
WHAT wrote:
<quoted text>What we do know is what was not discussed in the SGJ, Like what does it take to charge them with these charges, what is the law, we know we aren't the first ones doing this, where did others make their mistakes? do we as a whole clearly understand the laws we are charging them with? why did Hicks makes his first report in the manner that he did? do we have anything that's different? are we doing the right thing as per Law? yes we don't know what was said in the SGJ.
O phylis, were you there? were you a fly on the wall? or is this what you heard from teresa and michelle?

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