Lowell is so predictable. How many times can I write about the same stories about the same douchebags? This isn’t the Lowell Sun. I don’t see the usefulness of pointing out the obvious for the sake of having a current post. This blog isn’t about me. It’s about what’s right. There’s a lot wrong here… so now for my 2¢.
The recent elections prove that our city is tired of business as usual, but how much can this new council really make things change? certainly the council’s decisions and process could become more transparent. This would be a welcome change. However, unless the new council does some firing and hiring there isn’t much that can happen. Addition by subtraction? Perhaps, but that’s not nearly enough.
I stand by my original thesis that Bernie Lynch is only marginally better than John Cox. We got rid of one set of inbred troglodytes and traded them for a bunch of numb uninspired “professionals” with neither the aptitude nor creativity necessary to understand the difference between good and great. In fact, Lowell’s version of great is mediocre at best. This is the fundamental problem with the redevelopment of Lowell. A lack of vision, an unwillingness to embrace new ideas, and the inability to distinguish between average and extraordinary.
LZ Nunn and the marketing of Lowell: Alive. Unique. Inspiring. Really? Hiring a company like Single Source Marketing. A total waste of time and money. If you have to work so hard to come up with this crap, maybe you should step aside. Ms. Congeniality.
Adam Baacke and The Hamilton Canal District: Boring, formulaic, uninspired, and a rouse. Trinity Financial is a political juggernaut who has produced nothing of significance. ICON architecture, is a regional big box walmart of architecture. Jim Keefe is a talentless traveling doctor selling miracle tonics to commoners. Promises of an expanded trolley line, and theater in the development will never be attained, just as he intended. Of course if the NPS wanted to pick up the tab and enhance the area, they would surely take a cut. Adam Baacke: you’re the luckiest tool in the city. You caught the wave at just the right time, riding it to mediocrity on the coattails of Keefe. You’re about as potent as a Ken doll.
Bernie Lynch and the Early Garage: What are you doing?! Take a good idea to redevelop an area and then totally disregard its intent or the consequences when leasing space to the RMV. Gridlock. Remember when the RMV was located downtown and why it moved out? One step forward, two giant steps back. Douche. How do those hairy balls taste?
I’m getting of topic, but another great example of mediocrity are the inbred elitists of the Lowell Plan. Hey, let’s get a bunch of rich people with no taste in a room together, close the door, and declare the plan for Lowell. The best part is… THERE IS NO PLAN. Snobby fucks.
Left in Lowell and Lynne. Sometimes I feel so sorry for you. Please don’t subject yourself to Sun articles about energy conservation. You obviously know very little about the subject and who really gives fuck about what you think anyway? The Sun has taken shot after shot at you, then you let them take bad pictures in your home. Seriously. Get off your self indulgent high horse. What’s next? Posts about your cat?
Anyway… this is all obvious. How often do I have to point out the same shit repeating time and time again?
I don’t see myself writing much for a while… if at all. Maybe I’ll catch a plane with Kendall Wallace and go to Florida. Perhaps some art projects instead. Peace out.