Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Weiner wants development in parks
From the Queens Courier:
Among major issues affecting Queens, Weiner also discussed developments including a possible new soccer stadium, Willets Point and the expansion of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Weiner said his default position is the belief “we should be developing and that we should try to create jobs and that we should try to create economic activity places outside of Manhattan.”
He said he was previously conflicted about expanding the tennis center, even voting against the move when he was on the City Council. But Weiner said generally speaking, he is in favor of the three projects and wants to see them move forward. He added he wants to leave himself some wiggle room on details of the soccer stadium.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:22 AM
Labels: Anthony Weiner, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, mls, soccer, stadium, USTA, Willets Point
L A M E !
totally out of touch..........
With mayoral ambitions--
aren't you sticking out your--uh, neck--a little too far Anthony?
You just lost my vote.
Stick to sticking something else out.
What morons we have to choose from.
As much as I hate to undermine "Democracy", I think I'll abstain from voting for mayor this time.
"I'm not a fancy-pants, like you." Weiner to Vicky ((03:23)
Luv Vicky's whore-house red decor.
PS Weidler, Nussy, Barsamian. She's upped-you by posting a candidate VIDEO interview. You guys gonna do the same?
Dear Mr. Weiner,
Please go away. You have absolutely no chance of winning. Your past will stick to you like glue and will be all anyone ends up talking to you about.
You're done. Get over it.
By throwing your hat into the ring now all you can do is act as a spoiler (Is somebody paying you to be be a spoiler? Kidding!)
But really, please find something else to do with your time. Volunteer. Take some courses somewhere. Learn a new skill, I mean, learn a skill - like juggling or checkers.
Oh what fun you'll have!
But running for office? No fun there for you... Really, please move on sir.
"Gee...I wish I were an Oscar Meyer Weiner...
so all the girls would be in love with me".
Anyone remember that old advert jingle?
How they got away with that one is a mystery.
Maybe that's what inspired Tony to flash his joint.
Your memory of the lyrics is a little bit off. We can leave the reasons you remember them that way to Freud.
Your Sigmund Freud reference is way behind the times.
It reveals your aging brain cells and lack of keeping up to date with advances in psychology.
In any case, I seem to have truck a nerve here.
I invite you to post any corrections in my lyrics...
unless you prefer to stay on Wiener's joint.
Weiner should have photo shopped his penis before he e-mailed it.
It ain't no "ball park" frank. What a dope.
It looks like our resident Freud "expert" completed his reading assignment, "The Analysis of Dreams", in junior college.
We wonder, did he pass the course?
To numbnuts and his supporter:
I am not and did not say I am a Freud expert.
I am not elderly, you silly little bird. I cited the best-known psychoanalyst, the one so well-known his name is synonymous with the field. You may substitute another if you wish.
You struck no chord. I merely had some fun at your expense. You should get over yourself.
These are the lyrics. You'll note the lack of the word "girls."
I wish I were an Oscar Mayer Weiner;
That is what I truly wish to be.
'Cause if i were a Oscar Mayer Weiner,
Everyone would be in love,
Oh, everyone would be in love,
Everyone would be in love with me.
Now hurry up and think of the reply that shows you to be more intelligent than I. Hurry! I know you can do it.
So I took some liberties with the Oscar Meyer lyrics.
LOL! You fell for my ruse. Get a life off line.
Now give that man a little gold star.
That you've lost whatever cool you've ever possessed...and had to resort to calling me "numb nuts" (which I wear as a badge of honor considering it came from an an angry dork) indicates that YOU have deep seated psychological issues.
Perhaps YOU should re-read Freud or engage a Freudian therapist to help you through your difficult times, old sport.
Post a Comment