- Ed Power
- June 17, 2013 - 08:45
And now, a "Business Man" has added real estate to his self-proclaimed and ever expanding business empire. Are there any sectors of our provincial economy - or, dare I suggest, the global economy - that aren't affected by the perspicacity and profundity of his plentiful pronouncements? How very blessed we are who can only sunbathe in the glow from his ego. How very Trumpian of him. Sadly, he will never be rewarded with the Reality TV Show he so richly deserves so long as he maintains his anonymity. Such a dilemma for him, and such a loss for us. Never will we know if he is as bald as Monty Burns, or wears a Trumpian dead badger hairpiece........
- June 15, 2013 - 08:57
You've put into words what I have been ranting about for a long while. We are missing the opportunity to build beautiful communities all for the sake of a quick buck. What a shame!
- NL TURF
- June 14, 2013 - 20:30
Hey WFA, I would suggest it's his Mother's baby bonus day!! Ya gotta admit though, he's good for a laugh!!
- Corporate Psycho
- June 14, 2013 - 18:28
Just say no to Dannyland.
- June 14, 2013 - 12:04
Conception Bay South is not one of the betteer managed towns Wayne. It's just as bad there as Paradise. You don't want to be on Route 60 or that cursed by-pass road especially Saturday or Sunday. Gridlock on the first one and a terrifying racetrack the other.
- June 14, 2013 - 08:13
The political history of Newfoundland is nothing g if not a powerful testament to the need for competent, principled government and talented, intelligent politicians ... by that, I mean that this is what will result without it. In a much more compressed timeframe (ie. since 1998), and in a much smaller venue (the city of St. John's) one gets a similarly "negative proof" of the value of strong leadership, vision, and basic planning principles. When the oil runs out, all the gawd awful sins of these buffoons will become painfully (and permanently) apparent. In the meantime, keep paving.
- a business man
- June 14, 2013 - 06:47
Honestly, to hell with the natural beauty of our landscape. Building residential properties that can be taxed is a good thing. The government will collect property taxes, and collect taxes on monies made my renting these newly developed properties. Your precious natural beauty of our landscape does not pay any taxes, so I am happy to see it gone. I am so sick of paying high taxes while watching the government miss opportunities to generate more tax revenue. Thus, I am happy to see green spaces being replaced with homes that create an obligation to pay property taxes.
- June 14, 2013 - 12:10
Honestly, the pretender has awakened. Must be cheque day.