Monday, December 08, 2008

A Treatise on Weather and Public Works Proposals

In which the author

"O"

the self titled

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat


discuffes the intracacies of the recent

Changing Weather Patterns


in and around the

Pittsburgh Region


and their relationship to the

Physical and Economic Well Being of its Citizenry


Fit the First

WHY THE FUCK HASN'T THE CITY PLOWED MY FUCKING STREET 48 FUCKING HOURS AFTER THE LAST SNOW FALL? EVERY OTHER FUCKING ROAD IN THE CITY SEEMS TO BE PLOWED, EXCEPT FOR THE FOUR BLOCKS IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO MY HOUSE. DO THE FOLKS AT PUBLIC WORKS ASSUME THAT WE'RE ALL GOING TO TRAVEL BY FUCKING SLED DOG TO WORK?

HEY OBAMA! IF YOU WANT A PUBLIC WORK'S PROJECT THAT'S GOING TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE ECONOMIC IMPACT, SEND LUKE RAVENSTAHL OUT TO MY HOUSE WITH A SHOVEL. I'LL PAY HIM $5.

Fin.

8 comments:

PittGirl said...

Angry drunk bureaucrat, indeed. Brilliant!

spork_incident said...

I'LL PAY HIM $5.

$7 if he brings Bill Clinton to help.

Fair's fair.


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fester said...

cranky --- are you sure Bill Peduto does not live on your street as DPW does not like Hizzoner's enemies...

Matt H said...

I thought the response was excellent the other day.

O said...

The Ravenstahl Administration is obviously using my neighborhood as a pilot program for a new solar powered snow removal system (he says as cars skid into his front lawn, crushing his azaleas).

MH said...

Apparently, for only one million dollars you can buy a Obama's old Senate seat. That's less than $4 per Pittsburgh resident. If Byrd can pave 1/2 of West Virginia with his seat, I'm sure we could get a federal department of Pittsburgh snow removal.

MH said...

I bet we could even get the good road salt (from Williams Sonoma).

deegazette said...

Hey, that "four block" reference really threw me because that is what I used to cry about, my four blocks. I once had this theory that because Jim Motznik lived about a block away at the time either 1) his old co-workers didn't like him and invoked the four block rule or 2) his machismo kicked in before it was fashionable and he said not to plow his neighborhood. About five years ago I kept a calendar one winter recording the last snowflake of a storm and the first salt truck. What fun!!