Have Coke and a Smile



#1 I.L.Wiedermann on 10.31.14 at 8:24 am

Great one Scott. Does My Main Mistake read anything but what Sanford ssys or tells him

#2 Me on 10.31.14 at 1:35 pm

I see you copyrighted it. Would you consider your image art or copying?

#3 l3wis on 10.31.14 at 1:58 pm

I would consider it an editorial photo image. Some would classify it as art. I guess I really don’t think about it much.

#4 LJL on 10.31.14 at 9:22 pm

“I guess I really don’t think about it much.”

The last line in that post pretty much sums all your opinions.

#5 SF Resident on 11.01.14 at 6:57 pm

Scott, Thank You for the time and effort you put into southdacola.

#6 Poly43 on 11.02.14 at 11:17 am

You have to remember, there is an element that comes here daily to put Scott down. Why? Because Scott speaks truth to power (city). Those who put Scott down are puppets to power. Once again this blog is three days ahead of the argus Sunday front page lead.

Keep up the great work Scott.

#7 enough of Shape Places and MMM legacy on 11.02.14 at 4:12 pm

I agree Poly, I think taxpayers in Sanford Falls are lucky to have someone as Scott who has the guts to stand up for us all and to stop the machine from taking away more rights and trying to pull the BS like MMM does. How many times do we have to hear MMM say, engage your council, trust the system, What moran would trust him and toss in Jeffy Schmitt and Fiddle Faddle. They have screwed over the taxpayers so bad pushing agendas for the wealthy. Why don’t these people understand they work for the taxpayer, why do they feel so compelled to rip us off, talk down to us, and the word play games is off the meter. We have seen a lot of rights disappear in the past several years, and it seems to be speeding along at a train wreck pace. We’ll see how it goes in a couple of years and if Spring cleaning will finally happen. Oh wait, there will be more people on public housing that will get a nasty gram to vote for the machine or lose your housing. I sure hope a t some point people repeal Shape Places, what a terrible set of principles for American’s who want to enjoy the good like and not life according to what George Soros or Lloyd says it should be.

#8 Dan Daily on 11.03.14 at 10:42 am

When the newspaper fails & broadcast becomes full time social media, Southdacola will become like the town crier at the time of the American Revolution. Some call this blogging, I call it news with public input. I miss democracy. It was a time of honesty and oath. Greed, corruption, and ego has returned us to oligarchy and cleptocracy.

#9 Dan Daily on 11.03.14 at 10:51 am

It’s to bad the city council is ordered not to visit this and other blogs. They’d become aware of who they represent and change could result. This country was born from the desire for freedom of speech and the press. There should be an amendment to the constitution defining the Internet as free speech.

#10 anominous on 11.03.14 at 11:52 am

If we had simply painted up the plows with quotes from “Jesus Calling” it wouldn’t be a problem now since that book has nothing at all to do with scripture or christianity, right?

#11 Poly43 on 11.03.14 at 12:57 pm

I doubt the city council is ordered not to visit this site. They prolly all do. I’d also suggest that at least one, maybe more, city dot org URL’s visit here regularly. Why? Cuz that’s what lackeys do.

#12 l3wis on 11.03.14 at 1:27 pm

Poly – city computers were blocked (I think last year) from visiting blogs and other political news sites. Kermit made a stink about it and made sure the councilor’s computers were NOT blocked at meetings.

#13 Poly43 on 11.03.14 at 8:58 pm

Poly – city computers were blocked (I think last year) from visiting blogs and other political news sites.

Can’t say I disagree with this policy. To a point. IMHO employees of ANY company, from the front line grunts, to middle managers, to CEO’s, are in that chair for a reason, and cruising the net ain’t one of em. If it ain’t business related, stay the hell away from it. So if it were my business, I’d bar that temptation to more than just blogs and political sites.