If You Live In Connecticut…

Please Please PLEASE PLEASE mail our Governor and say that you APPROVE THE SHIT OUT OF THIS FUCKING AWESOME PLAN:

http://www.courant.com/sports/hockey/hc-whale-xl-center-1116-20111115,0,3405456.story

This would revitalize downtown Hartford, help the Hartford economy, and MAYBE GET THE FUCKING WHALERS BACK GOD DAMN IT!!!!! FUCKING CONNECTICUT MOTHER FUCKER!!!!!! FUCKING WHALERS BRING EM THE FUCK BACK!!!!!

Even if the taxpayers footed the ENTIRE 105 MILLION DOLLARS, it would still only cost about 20 buck per person, which is FUCKING NOTHING YOU CHEAP ASS FUCK HEADS. And it would probably be LESS THAN THAT when you subtract the amount of money being picked up like corporate supporters like Aetna, who are BIG on this shit. I’d say taxpayers would have to pay an extra 10 bucks in their taxes HOLY FUCKING SHIT THAT’S LIKE A BIG MAC MEAL YOU WHINEY FUCKS!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDKSpEfPOTo

And a revamped XL Center (something that has to be done soon anyway), would do a lot more good to CT then say…..ohhhhh I don’t know, maybe a STUPID FUCKING HALF BILLION DOLLAR HIGHWAY JUST FOR BUSSES!!!!!! FUCKING STUPID SHIT MALLOY!!!!

MAIL MALLOY AND TELL HIM TO FUCKING GET BEHIND THIS SHIT IT COULD BE THE BEST THING TO HAPPEN TO HARTFORD IN FUCKING DECADES!!! I already mailed him once, I’m mailing him an actual real letter tomorrow!!! FUCKING MAIL HIM THAT FUCK!!!!

GAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT LOOKS SOOOOOO SICKKKKKK!!!! THIS WOULD MAKE HARTFORD A PLACE WHERE I WOULD ACTUALLY GO ON A WEEKEND!!!!! NO FUCKING BRAINER!!!!

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12 thoughts on “If You Live In Connecticut…

  1. You know what would improve the economy in CT? I new fucking governor. This asshole doesn’t know what the fuck he is doing and just keeps on raising taxes. Even though we already pay more taxes than every other state in the entire country.

    There is no way he would approve this without taxing us even more. And if thats the case I’m moving out of this fucking awful state.

    • Yeah he sucks. A half-billion fucking BUS ROUTE!? WHAT THE FUCK MALLOY!!! This would be paid through the use of a hell of a lot of different things: grants, private funding, two other kinds of things, and yes, some public funding, but by then the taxes would be small.

      • yea remember when communism worked? Oh yea me neither. Go fuck yourself and go back to russia (which btw isnt actually commie anymore, because communism DOESNT WORK.)

      • Hahaha

        When considering such a complex issue, maybe you should crack a book instead of relying on a poorly founded general public conception of marxism that is the heritage of the pervasive fear of the cold-war era.

        Firstly, the former Soviet Union never achieved actual communism, which is a stateless, classless society. The Soviets practiced marxism-leninism, which can be more effectively compared to state socialism than communism.

        Secondly, if you were willing to spend five minutes googling the figures, you would see that Soviet economic growth from 1950 to 1970 was on par with such rising asian giants as Japan and Taiwan. It was, in fact, considerably greater than that of the United States. The period of stagnation that set in during the ’70s was not due to any innate flaw of communism but rather the poor governance of Leonid Brezhnev, the successor to Khrushchev.

        The hallmarks of his rule were over-confidence and excessive military spending brought about by the defeat of the Americans in Vietnam and the corresponding Soviet drive to increase their own worldwide prestige and influence. In addition, Brezhnev’s poor decision-making allowed massive bureaucratic inefficiencies, with which the Soviet Union had always struggled, to become deeply entrenched and almost impossible for his own successors to reform. In essence, the economic woes of the SU from the ’70s to ’90s had nothing to do with marxism-leninism and everything to do with poor governance, much as the 2008 financial crisis was not caused by capitalism but by the poor governance of previous conservative administrations.

        It is as grossly unfair and untrue to say that the collapse of the Soviet Union was due to communism as it is to say that the financial crisis was due to capitalism.

        Finally, you may not realize this, but there is more than one correct way to do things. No system is absolutely valid and no rigid dogma can provide a path by which to navigate a flexible and mercurial reality. Capitalism had its day, but we may now be seeing the move toward democratic socialism which is essential for the addressing of the serious economic inequalities of our society. In another 50 years, maybe a new shift to the economic right will be necessary.

        tl;dr
        I am a sad geek who writes several-hundred word replies about economics to comments on an anime blog.

  2. Read Kyou Kara Ore Wa now, I promise you’ll love it. Seriously the funniest manga I’ve read.

    Oh, and I wrote a response to your anti-shoujo manga post but the electric went and I couldn’t be bothered to write it again but.. I was basically going to recommend Oresama Teacher and a couple of others since it seems like you haven’t actually tried anything good yet. OT is also an awesome comedy manga about delinquents.

  3. To Anon, no country has ever reached a strictly communistic state, as communism calls for the even distribution of wealth and power, but, most ‘communistic’ entitys tend to be dictatorships or oligarchys,(Power to the one, or power to the few). Currently (I won’t be too naive about this), the best way to divide power is through a system of polling and deciding things through a general concensus, spearheaded by elected officials. This is called Representative Democracy.
    Unfortunatly, the system is not perfect, as highlighted by this years elections in the US. We have to choose the fittest cripple, with Obama being blind and deaf, and the Republicans suffering from various forms of mental disability.
    Every political systems has its’ drawbacks and its strengths. Let’s face it, the Soviet Union could make a decision, and act upon it, far faster then any form of Parliment or Senate, but the latter represented the people better, but both did not nessesarilly make the correct desicions.
    Also, remember, you are not alone in that demographic.

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