by William Skink
Ah, yes, the Skink. And his tendency to verse. Can my poetic alter-ego help it if the name Danny and the many character iterations it produces is fodder for my muse?
sheep-dipped Democrat New York born Homeland Security weaponized scorn free the car pirate! like Indiana Jones and loud train horns? leave Rattlesnake alone! two hundred grand to make them shut up good job, Gwen your ears had enough! it's Engen's Missoula the actors are set with their safety scissors and their holy net zoo town, garden city pardon my spit but those left remaining can't swallow more shit too bad glad handers and mayor bloat had crafty stowaways who pooped in their boat this here's their story better pay heed or your town could catch their TIF-sniff scheme
I did some back of envelope figuring regarding the $200,000 spent to save the delicate eardrums of the citizens of lower Rattlesnake. I have a friend in Missoula who pays $1,200. a month for a modest apartment and works two jobs at $10 hour and basically scrapes by. Why can’t this city do something for those folks that still have a roof over their head and are working but never can really get ahead. How about offer them a bit of relief in form of rebate like $100 which would help 2,000 renters. I know it’s not much but an extra $100 to spend in say groceries would certainly be appreciated. But of course being Missoula a study would be necessary at cost of $20,000, then an administrator would need to be hired at cost of $50,000 certainly would need an assistant costing $30,000 and office space another $10,000 for a year. Leaving about about $90,000 from which taxes and health insurance for the two employees might leave $70,000 to maybe get out in a year. I know this is just a example of a common sense program that in the city of Missoula always ends in the height of the ridiculous.