This Town Needs An Enema


The overpowering stench of rot has permeated the fruitful smell of the once bountiful Dairy Capitol Woodstock with the overpowering putridity of a few select individuals at the administrative levels who seem to think they own this place versus work for the people of the city who employ them.
Some folks who earn some disgusting disproportionate salaries from the backs of the people, have willingly pushed the city and its’ people to the brink of clash by promoting unorthodox measures such as giving away our local parks for private and profitable pleasure, spending huge wads of money on silly items(like the half a million dollar toilet in the local park)millions for an art gallery that isn’t needed by the people of the community as the majority of the community has no use for this art, and the impending mess that is rapidly approaching like a brakeless locomotive, the Lions’ Pool reconstruction that is expected to cost…who knows how much as they haven’t told us, but the mayor seems to think the thing will cost hundreds of thousands to build a new changeroom and refurbish the old sand filtration system(hey, Call Barry Saville, Stratford…he’ll do it for way cheap) and no doubt it will cost huge amounts when you look at the way these guys spend money in this administration.
You could build a McMansion for $500,000.00 anywhere…but in Woodstock, you could build a concrete block toilet for that amount, so no doubt, they will spend our money as though it falls like fruit from trees.

Yes, this town needs an enema.



  1. Anonymous
    Posted May 23, 2009 at 2:49 pm | Permalink

    Woodstock used to be a nice place..I had a cousin who years ago had a store there. Things sure have item in the Star today about how many drugs are used there. I know there are drugs used everywhere, but this almost seemed a habit, with the drug OxyContin.
    the darned things are every where but they mentioned

  2. Anonymous
    Posted May 24, 2009 at 3:17 am | Permalink

    You’re posting on the site of the greatest promoter of drug use in the city.

  3. jim bender
    Posted May 24, 2009 at 10:18 am | Permalink

    Not the greatest promoter of drug use, but a promoter of legalized marijuana use for recreation. Nothing more and nothing less than that:)

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