Sunday, February 8, 2009

Rat Control


The city's new logo for the rat control program.


My new logo for my rat control program.

16 comments:

Tom Paine said...

In my humble opinion - this blog goes too far. It takes away from the great discourse we have been having in regards to what is happening locally. Some will indeed find it amusing, but it adds nothing to what we are all trying to do and that is better the city we live in.

Plus, this gives others a chance to hit you for a little bit of foolishness.

Stay on topic, you have been doing a great job and do not fall into theatrics, it will only hurt your reputation.

Again, it is only my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Get off your high horse Tom Paine. Take a joke once in a while. This regime has done nothing good for the city, and everything he has done has made us far worse off. We need a laugh occasionally.

Anonymous said...

I agree with you tom but, we need some comic relief. It is ok to laugh once in a while.

Thanks for the laughs Shamrock

puck said...

With his vehement denial, then dictatorial “proposal,” of massive layoffs/paycuts, we've reached the culmination of a year of misery and hopelessness under the Correia regime.

I'm guessing Shamrock's post is in reaction to the way all rats flourish: they are parasites who invade, pillage and destroy, living off the fat of the land while leaving nothing in return but waste and disease.

Black humor for sure, but if we couldn’t laugh, we’d cry.

Anonymous said...

Right on Tom Paine...all of the fall river based blogs are extremely negative hateful places.They are dominated by nasty personal attacks everybody is a liar a thief a crook a dummy a bum on and on it goes..the contribution the blogging community makes to fall river is a disgraceful one they should take the endless amounts of hateful energy and use it to examine themselves it would do all of us a service

Anonymous said...

Just the facts m'aam. Shamrock, please keep your opinions and blog posts within the guidelines of anonymous 20:14. Maybe anonymous 20:14 should get there own blog and post their opinion there.

Anonymous said...

20:14, The people in power are scared of the blogs. Mostly because they are liars, cheats and thieves. The facts have never been put out there before. That is what bothers people.

If once in a while the bloggers have a little fun with it, all the better for us. It keeps things fun and interesting.

Anonymous said...

I don't get the SMILES connection there are a lot of people writing those letters.

Herald News Editor Lisa Strattan lives with Jim Mathis, who runs SMILES.
Smiles is a program in the Fall Rive schools that takes corporate money to run...like Amari Walker's program

08 February, 2009 18:27


Anonymous said...
now i know why it was in paper 30 days in a row. what journalistic integrity. Dr. D is rolling in grave

Anonymous said...

Who is Dr D- Bernie Sullivan??
and her ex husband is al herren who got a job at the state auditors office, his son a job at the radio station and two out of jail and he lives with the owner of davol station so what ????

Anonymous said...

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puck said...

Hey, Tom, remember all those crazy cartoons of George III you and your band of treason mongers used to chuckle about back in the day? You sure were keen on eradicating George from your lives. Then again, maybe you were above enjoying a jolly sardonic caricature when you saw one. But, cripes, you went and overthrew a whole royal kingdom, so maybe you should cut Shamrock some slack on this one.

Anonymous said...

Your logo's need a mission statement, something like karams
statement in the paper- the city of fall river should kiss my ass or I don't give a rat's ass about the city of fall river.

Anonymous said...

Your logo's need a mission statement, something like karams
statement in the paper- the city of fall river should kiss my ass or I don't give a rat's ass about the city of fall river.

Tom Paine said...

To Puck.

Good point, I just thought Shamrock was doing such a great job with the information I would have hated to see that hard work be taken away.

But I guess a little humor once in awhile relieves the tension for some.

I myself was never much in for the cartoons, I enjoyed the writing aspect. You should see some of the cartoons the English, and later on my enemies here in the states...awful, just awful.

puck said...

You are a gentleman among gentle men and ladies, my good fellow, and your writing continues to stimulate thoughtful discourse!

just anonymous said...

I like the logo... It is all in good fun.