Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Thought of the Day

Things Frank Croisdale Missed
While Living On The Niagara Frontier

I'd like to see Croisdale walk west on a DeVeaux street, come to the parkway, climb over a fence, run across the parkway...then go back & do it again on the next street, and the next, and the next...I'd like to see Croisdale, his fingers hooked in the chain link fence, peering into the State Park's Maintenance garage area on the gorge rim...I'd like to see him staring at the "princess" on the "other side of the border" when he recognizes her for the gaudy whore that she is...I'd like to see him sitting on Tesla's lap for a photo op...etc. I'd like to see his name on the Niagara Heritage Partnership petition for gorge parkway removal...then I'd know Niagara was rising... --Bob Baxter, Niagara Heritage Partnership

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7 comments:

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Just Words said...

Thank you. Will you tell your friends and family? And maybe consider signing the petition? www.niagaraheritage.org

Anonymous said...

Now that's pretty funny stuff Bob.

Frank Thomas Croisdale

Niagara Forum said...
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Niagara Forum said...

How is it "Niagara Rises" while we have an economic barrier surrounding the city?

Anonymous said...

Well, Frank, evidently not funny enough, because
I just checked the petition at www.niagaraheritage.org
and your name is not yet there...though the number is
rising, 1843 now. The invitation is still open. Come on,
Frank, cast your lot with the angels... Bob Baxter

Niagara Forum said...

Bob--I don't think Frank or his group have any intention of responding to anything that doesn't involve what they believe is best for the city.

For the most part, that would be the yearly get together and the monthly happy hour. Their plan for saving the city does not include the parkway.

I am not sure how they plan on improving tourism because not only have they not endorsed parkway removal, Frank does not believe anything can be done about the ironclad contracts of the land speculators.