Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> 1. Brockmont Blunder
> You have for some reason engaged in and utterly
> lost a battle with Redfin over the popularity of
> the Brockmont area. They take ready note of it,
> while you at first claim to know right where it
> is, and then deny that you have any clue. I
> myself have no dog in this silly fight. I just
> sit here and laugh at your now five months of
> comedic ineptitude in trying to deal with a
> simple Redfin report that could have been
> permanently parried in a matter of seconds.
Redfin didn't enter the conversation until your Brockmont Blunder was noted. Redfin doesn't post on this website, you do. It is YOUR blunder being pointed out. You've since cowardly contended that it "doesn't matter" if it exists or not. That's a full fledged retreat and surrender on your part.
If it does exist, where is it located? At the very least, provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. You can't and you won't, coward.
> 2. DCPD Disaster
> There is no single standard acronym for the DC
> Police Department. MPD is often used in local
> print but hardly ever spoken.
Wrong. Besides, your acronym was not spoken. It was written.
Start the video and listen around the 25 second park to the 30 second mark.
“They want to know, ‘Does MPD want me?’” As you may not know, the quotation marks indicate it is spoken.
Start listening around 1:40.
Start listening around 1:30.
You lose again.
> MPDC appears in
> small print on many police vehicles,
Which you once tried to deny. Coward.
Once again, you lose.
> and MPDDC at
> least addresses the matter of the missing D.
> Particularly however for an audience of downscale
> dopes and low-brow out-of-towners, it is DCPD that
> does a quick, easy, and perfectly understood job
> of identifying the affiliation of the LEO's in
> question. Some tiny little unschooled minds
> simply cannot accept such simple facts.
Except your intended audience has continued to mock you for using such a stupid acronym. This is the point where smarter and self confident men admit their mistake. You are neither.
> 3. Daly Debacle
> You've misspelled it on multiple occasions,
I've added the extra "e" to the name from time to time and may continue to do so in the future. It is a not too uncommon way of spelling that particular surname. Each time, I've admitted to my error. It's a simple thing for someone who isn't a sniveling, spineless coward to do. It explains why you are too small of a man to admit your mistakes.
> and if
> 3rd Street did go 'past' rather than 'under' DCPD
> HQ, none of the material facts of the matter would
> be altered or affected in any way, making the
> point quite perfidious, or in other words, right
> up your ever-desperate alley.
It's just further evidence of your long list of blunders related to knowledge of Washington, D.C., which is quite surprising coming from someone who claims to have resided there for 14 years.
It will also continue to be rubbed in your face because you continued to deny the fact that it was the Perkins Building it passes under. Why were you such a stubborn little bitch about it?
> 4. Washington Avenue Wipeout
> There is no 12-foot wall along Washington Avenue
> to block the view of passersby out over large
> grassy areas with small trees.
I never claimed it was along Washington Avenue. I simply pointed out that the wall would prevent you from seeing any grass from Washington Avenue. The 12+foot wall is actually along Delaware Avenue. It is the staging area for the numerous box trucks entering and exiting the Rayburn loading docks throughout most weekdays. Again, a longtime resident would know such things.
That wall prevents anyone from catching even a quick glimpse of any grass in Spirit of Justice Park.
Now, I did correctly contend that there is an asphalt parking lot along Washington Avenue. You've ducked and dodged that like the little sissy you are. You'd need to look past that lot before you see the wall that prevents you from seeing any grass in the park.
If you'd ever been in the area, you'd know that.
If you'd ever taken exit 6 off of 395 to go either left or right onto Washington Avenue you'd have a clear view of the aforementioned wall. You, however, were completely unaware of that exit though. Again, a 14 year resident of a home in a neighborhood less than a mile from this area would no such things. You only expose yourself as a fraud.
> This is why you
> were left in such desperate straits as to post a
> picture of D Street instead.
The picture was taken from the corner of D St. SW and Washington Ave. Do you think the wall just stops there? Further, you were given links to Google maps that clearly show the wall along Delaware Avenue that prevent you from seeing any grass in Spirit of Justice Park.
Here it is again: https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-77.0109075,3a,47.7y,64.89h,89.87t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sMrY577OE1yWAiv5FdHUaIA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
Why do you continue to cowardly avoid that link? Just admit you were wrong and call it a day. You might even feel good about yourself for a change. It has to be better than being a coward.
> 5. Spirit of Justice Slip-Up
> You mentioned the much smaller Bartholdi Park at
> the northern end of Wash Ave,
Because that is the only green space visible to the east from street level along Washington Avenue.
> but hoped to ignore
> the far larger Spirit of Justice Park that with
> its grassy areas and small trees dominates views
> to the east off Wash Ave as one traverses it.
Except for the wall that prevents any view of grass in the park. You were stupidly unaware of the wall and now you stubbornly deny its existence.
> Having done just that prior to the three World
> Series games played at Nats Park, I know those
> unobstructed views well enough simply to laugh at
> you once again.
Photographic evidence and satellite imagery tell a difference story. It calls into serious question if you've ever been in the area, let alone recently.
Your losses just keep piling up.
> 6. Terlato Turd
> So weak. Meanwhile, you claimed that the name
> Terlato alone was enough to identify the location
> of the winery. You were completely unaware of
> Terlato's California operations until I informed
> you of them.
How many of Terlato's vineyards produce Pinot Grigio?
> 7. Branzino Botch
> A 'grilled cheese' mess of your own creation,
> including of course the whole made-up wife/Terlato
> fiction. Meanwhile, a more hefty fish such as
> swordfish, tuna, or salmon would go perfectly well
> on a grill. More delicate fish such as branzino
> however would better belong in a baking dish or
> sauté pan.
Wrong. This is a well settled matter where you've clearly been beaten. Perhaps your understanding of such matters is clouded by your irrational fear of grills.
Or, if you're looking for something a bit more local.
I guess this isn't the type of fare you might find at Red Lobster. What sorts of fish do they grill?
That's a whole heap of failure you've stepped into.