Daily Archives: May 20, 2018

Another “Anderson Apocalypse Update” E-dition

SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2018

More Monday Madness
At this afternoon’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders have been asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane what to anticipate at tomorrownight’s Anderson Apocalypse Meeting.

The Blower hopes people are starting to focus on the real issues. In yesterday’s Introduction of “Frooman’s Folly,” we learned all of those red numbers in Forest Hills’ Five-Year Forecast were fiscal warnings to state authorities, and if not corrected, Forest Hills will be designated in fiscal distress.

That seriously out-of-date forecast was posted over a year-and-a-half ago. Maybe on Monday, somebody at the Forest Hills Board Of Education meeting could ask the Board how bad those numbers are for Frooman’s Folly today.

Hopefully, voters are beginning to realize that the Apocalypse is nigh unless the Board gets its finances in order. There ain’t no money for mascot changes – or for anything else of real importance for that matter. Especially none to keep snowflakes from melting over conjured up injustices.

And while they’re at it, somebody should mention how the Anderson Township Administrator offered FREE property at the end of Five Mile Road to our Superintendent Scot Prebles to store ALL the buses and the school district TURNED THAT OFFER DOWN. Instead, word is the District is considering spending approximately $2 million over-taxed payers’ dollars to purchase property in or around the Township for a bus depot. All together, Class: WTF are these people thinking!

If the public does not wake up, does not demand the resignations of the board members who got us into this mess, does not demand and elect competent replacements, then Forest Hills School District Over-taxed Payers will deserve what they’ll be getting:  Fiscal Shame And More Time-Wasting Talk About A New Mascot.

Now class, let’s all say:

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

Forest Hills School District was once very good,
‘Til Frooman and Smith came out of their hood.
Now focused on Redskins and burned through the cash,
Who can imagine it surviving this terrible crash?

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