Skip to comments.An Empty Chair for the Ash Heap of History
Posted on 07/30/2013 11:43:14 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Please, no more tweets about the organic garden at the Giants AT&T Park. It was a joke, okay?
Im proud to announce that next season theyre planning to turn the centerfield bleachers at AT&T Park into whats believed to be the first ever edible garden in a major American sports facility. With rows of kale and strawberries and eggplant, the Giants are going to help encourage local youth to eat healthy even at the ballpark.
It is funny though, isnt it, how people will believe anything that comes out of Big Guys mouth.
Free healthcare? For everybody?! Oh Mr. President, you are soooo cool!
Butt seriously; I dont think this is really such a bad idea. Just because San Francisco is at the top of the best cities in America list today doesnt mean they wont end up at the bottom tomorrow. Just like Detroit, the city the Giants trounced in last years World Series. They started out as one of the best cities in America too, the Paris of the Midwest no less.
So its never too early to begin planning for your municipal bankruptcy, especially if your city is run exclusively by progressive Democrats.
Ive been doing some research on this situation and from what I can tell, the best path out of bankruptcy for Detroit is going to be urban farming. Interestingly, weve been running some trial programs right here in Washington D.C..
Do you see, now, the danger in leaving the chair empty?
Hope fades, the empty chair continues to rot...
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Why can't you post the rest here?
What's wrong with it? Is it objectionable?
“Time makes heroes but dissolves celebrities.” Daniel J. Boorstin
Ballparks should not be named after corporations. It’s a travesty. Almost as bad as artificial turf.
Someone please tell me this a joke.
Which part the name or turf?
Sodomy Park doesn’t sing...
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