Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> Haven’t had to do that since November. We
> stocked up on artisan goodies in order to make it
> through to spring. Getting near the end now, so
> we might have to go again next week. If so,
> I’ll report back on the changes that you are so
> completely unaware of.
On my last visit, buds were on the trees preparing for their spring debut. Of course, all of that is completely irrelevant to the views of grass in Spirit of Justice Park to those driving along Washington Avenue.
So, can you see the grass in Spirit of Justice Park while driving along Washington Avenue or did you merely present it as examples of what grassy areas with small trees might look like?
> You mean the ones originally sitting behind all
> those grassy areas with small trees?
I thought they were "large" grassy areas. Why so small now?
> Major losses
> due to the great pruning of 2020.
LOL! Now it is a conspiracy involving the horticultural malpractice. This is a new twist to the lie. First, you were only accusing NPS of this mass pruning event. Now, AOC is involved? Who next d.
? I hadn't realized this was a multiagency conspiracy to remove the foliage up and down Washington Ave. Have you called 7 on your side about this? LOL!
Dude, just give it the fuck up. Not only do the August 2019 street views confirm you lied, your own tall-tales defy all credulity. You must be a huge fucking delusional moron if you think anyone could possibly believe the bullshit you are spewing here.
> Should be able to confirm again as well
> that the intersection of Wash Ave and S Cap is
> south of the railroad tracks.
Perhaps you'll be able to name the two streets intersecting to the left of the traffic island below:
I bet you'll still be too dumb to answer that question.