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Monday, March 19, 2012: 10:01 am
More from SomethingFishy
|Living in this community all my life I have never seen a city go down hill as fast as this one. The homes and neighborhoods are run down and uncared for compared to when I was a child and it saddens me. But then again, if Lowes would have been built in this community maybe homeowners could do projects around their homes past noon on Saturday and the weekend.|
Monday, March 19, 2012: 11:24 am
More from Danny Stewart
|Here are a few problems.|
Those running the town can't figure out how to fix a brokwn water utility.
You have 80% of the population disinfranchised because they believe whole heartedly that those in offi e are only there for themselves.
Then you have the ones that look at the town through rose. Colored glasses anx refuse to see the town for how it really is.
Then you have the wanna be snobs that flatly reject any idea they didn't think of because their heads are too far up their own arses to.
Then you also have those that want to blame the kids for everything and regulate them to not be able to do anything.
Then there are the ones that think martinsville is some kind of religious sanctuary or that any change will destroy the town.. so they want absolutely nothing. Changed.
The biggest problem is the so called leadership. Which is actually a lack of it.
Monday, March 19, 2012: 9:18 pm
More from nobodyimportant
|To The Point. You nailed it. If you listen to those on this blog who point out "what's wrong with Martinsville", you'd think it must be a chaotic, backwoods, corrupt, and downright miserable place to live. The Apostle Paul had good advice for all of us, "be content in all situations."|
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