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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Presidential Candidate wants to Use his bankruptcy expertise to Help America: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the bass fishermen at Betty Lou's coffee shop....where there has been some hot and heavy talk this morning about which Republican candidate for President would be the best candidate to lead America...and the front runner has said that he wants to utilize his vast bankruptcy experience to get the best deal for America....stay tuned.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Full Employment Achieved but we keep laying off everybody: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the bass fishermen this morning...there is some confusion as they meet at Betty Lou's for coffee this morning..with all that extra strong coffee and the free whipped cream....they wonder about the cause and effect...is America at full employment BECAUSE they are laying off everybody? How do those rules of economic and equations work? Stay tuned as I folow this story.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Presidential Candidate considers Proposal that all Governors be LTE Temp with no benefits: Tales From Normal, Mn: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the bass fishermen in Normal, Mn...where last night there was a mini debate among the locals...and they were all a twitter about one candidate that was considering the proposal of the bass fishermen that all Governors be LTE Temporary employees with no benefits...that way they could better understand the citizens they represent...stay tuned as I follow this story.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Candidate Urges Upscale Park Bench Development--TIF sought: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the Bass fishermen in Normal, Mn meeting for coffee at Betty Lou's Coffee Shop....seems one of the latest is the proposal from a developer to create many more park bench "assets" as he calls them, with built in wi-fi and phone recharging capability. His proposal is for a reservation system so folks can reserve their park bench in advance using software similar to Uber car reservations...He estimates that the spots will be retailed for $400 per month on a prepaid basis. He is looking for TIF funding from the local community to cover the extensive financial burden to him and noting the substantial public benefit. He is hoping that his undertaking will create the possibility of franchising in cities across the land. Stay tuned as I follow this development.