Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The Van Der Zee's Letter

Do I detect sarcasm in this letter to the editor of the Times- Standard?

If it's not, I still don't get it. If you're a business owner that's taking heat for a decision you've made, wouldn't it make more sense to use such a letter to make your case to the public? Why bother writing a letter like that?


At 10:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

Could not agree more Fred. Over at the NCJ, there was an "unanonymous poster" who, for whatever hair brained idea, thought that the issue was not political. To protest is to "get political". Then, "unanonyomous" decided to go to various other small blogs to toe the same conceptual line.

Anyhow, your correct in wondering [WHY a "business/building owner" who is kicking out a longer tenured business would waste the paper and ink and time to say something THAT is not a bit more convincing in so far as the "ACTUAL ISSUES AT HAND"]. It does seem to be spiteful, as if rubbing salt into a wound.

Maybe the building owners don't understand how to communicate forthrightly and honorably.

HOJ will say this - If HOJ was the building owner, he'd just ask the tenants for permission to make public the contract and the options of reality to squash the heat, not write something that is neither here nor there. - HOJ

At 1:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When you talk about yourself in third-person, it's time to speak to a professional.

At 5:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

"Cry HOJ a river Anonymous." Only professional needed is the wussie club professionals who help those too unoriginal to come-up with a poster name other than anonymous.

Hey, anonymous here could be a poster on another censorship blog site; or, is it a poster whom was over at the NCJ reading the "salt in wound" phrase after reading the linking to Fred's Blog or the NCJ HOJ comment. Followers all over the place who just wuv pwaying hide and seek, bu bu bu bu bu bu bu!

(onyoursix33 • 33 minutes ago regarding a 1967 chevy truck/rollover death - Elizabeth McFarland)

Check-out the link between Fred's Blog (this thread), NCJ (Van Der Zee letter), HOJ's comment on the Van Der Zee letter and certain poster named onyoursix33 (with regard to "salt in wound phrase). Coincidence? Obviously people re-use good phrases! - HOJ


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