"Ships, like people, are easy to steer once you identify what moves them.”-Joseph Haeggquist
Anyone tired of the TV ads aimed at convincing us that the candidate paying for the ad is wonderful and their opponent is the scourge of humankind as we know it?
Inane? Yes. Ridiculously Biased? Of course? Filled with lies? Absolutely. Bordering on batshit lunacy? You bet.
But the most damning thing about these exercises in absurdity?
Oh, and those colorful oversized postcards that conduct a daily invasion into the mailbox at N3 World Headquarters? The ones that never make it inside, instead becoming unceremoniously deposited into our recycle bin without even a reading?
Yep. Those must work as well.
This is a lot of money we’re talking about and the people who run the business end of these races, while perhaps a bit soulless, likely know their stuff and their stuff says these get enough desired results to make them worth the price..
How incredibly disappointing.
We had the pizza from Hit The Road Joe during their oven-opening night Saturday.
Get the New York White Garlic. It is truly to die for and has cemented its spot as the go to pie of N3WH.
We would have included a photo but hunger, impatience, and a severe lack of forethought made this unrealistic.
We hear organizers pulled the plug on Fremont’s Jingle Mingle and most other Christmas Craft shows have taken the year off as well.
A tough decision to be sure but with cases increasing this is the only good decision to make.
While social media may be filled with theories, speculations, opinions and anecdotal aberrations pointing to the pandemic being a farce we choose to believe the true experts involved in the fields of science and medicine.
And bypass the viewpoints proffered by the well meaning graduates of the University of Facebook with their certificates in Gobbledygook, Claptrap and Hogwash.
With all the hoopla surrounding the Presidential election no place will your vote have more influence in this community than those that will decide the makeup of our local school boards. Of all our community assets, our children are the most vital. The folks wishing to serve on these boards will be influential in establishing the direction of the places where the education of our children will occur.We need leadership on the school boards that will recognize the importance of providing the resources to do so and the acumen to face the upcoming challenges the pandemic presents
In Fremont the school’s facebook page introduces the candidates. The WC candidates are running unopposed as are those at Big Jackson. Hesperia has 4 candidates for 3 full terms and 2 for a partial term.
In Grant and Newaygo the candidates responded to questions in our pages.
Here are the links to their replies:
-Ken De Laat
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