zjcavan's comment history

zjcavan said...

It absolutely breaks my heart that my destroyed hometown is now falling prey to what could only equivocate to a pissing contest between city officials.

August 16, 2011 at 8:15 a.m.
zjcavan said...

Like I said in the other article,

It is either their computer illiteracy that has lead them to believe that a website should cost that much, or the Mayor's office is screwing around with taxpayer's money. Either way, $328,000 is a ridiculous amount.

July 9, 2011 at 7:23 a.m.
zjcavan said...

Please!

What 50-year-old, out-of-touch white guy made that $328,000 decision? There is no way that a WEBSITE should cost that much. If you think that it should, like the Mayor's office clearly does, then you are as out of touch with 2011 as they are.

It is no longer 1996. Websites and web developers shouldn't cost that much to redesign or design anything. Stop using your @aol.com email and get with the program!

Give me $328,000. I'll build you a fantastic website. I'll go to school to learn how and spend some time gaining some experience and then slap something together and still have enough money to buy the biggest boat on the TN river.

Hire young people who are computer literate in your office and you'll know when someone's trying to screw you for a $328,000 website.

July 8, 2011 at 9:41 a.m.
zjcavan said...

Thanks for the vaginal area update brokentoe. I'm not sure how that's relevent.

Kiddzepp, your daughter was on mushrooms. She wasn't bipolar then. She wasn't in hypomania. She was tripping on mushrooms. She was caught with mushrooms. Possession is 9/10th of the law and your daughter was in possession of some crazy drug mushrooms and she was high on them. End of story.

June 29, 2011 at 11:21 a.m.
zjcavan said...

Chuck was so adamant in his commercials, "Stop spending. Period." which we all knew was either totally unreasonable or a campaign promise to those who don't understand how a major economy works (and we can be talking about the US as a major economy or the state of TN as a major economy; either way it doesn't work). So what's worse? The fact that he had unreasonable, scare tactic ideas as a candidate or the fact that he's toed every party line since he's gotten into office? Either way, it seems like a regular politician's MO.

Facts is right. He's transparent and acts as a puppet for those party leaders. It really is unfortunate that the people of the 3rd district of TN have to put up with such a low-life, do-nothing, politician.

June 27, 2011 at 8:20 a.m.
zjcavan said...

While "Plato" obviously puts a lot of stock in his own intellect by naming himself thusly, I think he has an excellent point. The debt is there. It's a fact of life and even if the debt ceiling isn't raise the national debt will continue to incur. 14.3 Trillion will not go away overnight, even if both parties were working together and not raising the debt ceiling isn't going to help anything.

Republicans in this case are using economic "buzz words" against those ignorant of how large-scale economics. "Plato" is correct. Holding our economy hostage isn't the solution.

And, to our anonymous author, the republicans have long been a party of "No" and have refused to work with almost any bill that comes to either the House or the Senate. Why should the democrats be held to a different standard?

April 19, 2011 at 5:50 p.m.
zjcavan said...

It sounds like Bill Ketron has forgotten about freedom of religion in this country.

February 23, 2011 at 9:55 a.m.
zjcavan said...

I'm so happy no one was hurt! Btw, that's one of that last Pizza Hut buffets which makes it the best PIzza Hut in town!

January 18, 2011 at 10:18 a.m.
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