Pancake Breakfast this Sunday, Mar 3rd 2013

I learned this from Gary Leitzell. Open your home, serve pancakes, raise money.
However, I make way better pancakes than Gary. It’s one of my semi-secret skills- buttermilk pancakes from scratch- the secret is sifting the cake flour twice and not beating the batter too much.

This Sunday:

Pancake Breakfast

Come to the candidates house, watch him cook his famous buttermilk pancakes from scratch, eat as much as you can stand, make a donation- $5 suggested minimum.

When

March 3rd, 2013 9:00 AM through 1:00 PM

Location: 113 Bonner Street Dayton, OH 45410

Please click the link below to register- you don’t have to pay until you get here.

via Pancake Breakfast — Elect Esrati: Democrat for Dayton City Commission financed by “We the people”.

And, there is a Chicken Parmigiana dinner the following Saturday, March 9th at my house- for the first 12 donors who make reservations. Minimum donation is $125

I’ll be cooking, serving and then giving a short presentation of my plan for Dayton and sharing the new literature for the first time.

Register here: http://electesrati.com/events/chicken-parmigiana-dinner/

 

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7 Responses

  1. Chase February 27, 2013 / 6:52 am
    “You do not have permission to execute this url.”

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  2. Chase February 27, 2013 / 6:53 am
    ^^ That’s on the Add to Cart link.

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  3. Ralph February 27, 2013 / 7:13 am
    Congrats on getting required signatures to get on the ballot again. i must say though that unless you return the money to the city that you pilfered in your Ninja Boy episode you will not be getting votes. Perhaps it was a good advertising tactic but as a tax payer you owe me a few free pancakes. The fact that you also oppose tax abatements is fiscal suicide. This armpit of a city needs every possible tool in the box to attract business, not gimmicks.  

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  4. David Esrati February 27, 2013 / 8:10 am

    @Chase- thanks for trying. I have an issue with the permissions obviously, I think I’ve tracked it down, but won’t know for a few hours.

    @Ralph- Thank you for displaying your ignorance of the case. I was facing extended jail time and a fine, I defended myself in court. I agreed instantly to drop any right to sue the city for their actions if they would drop all criminal charges, they declined. They appealed 5x- I had to defend myself in court and pay a lot of money to lawyers.

    I don’t owe you, or the taxpayers a dime. Mike Turner does. He was the main force pushing the continuation of the case. That’s what happens when you elect a megalomaniac lawyer Mayor.

    As to tax abatements- or “corporate welfare”- yes, I am against them, just in the same way I’m against selling products below cost for my clients- it’s a slippery slope with dangerous outcomes. If we had a city that wasn’t an “armpit”- people would want to live here and invest- did you ever think of that?

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  5. Ralph February 27, 2013 / 11:04 am
    David, you created that situation with the city not Mike Turner.  Perhaps, Turner and company were guilty of over reacting. I’ve no doubt you had to spend money to defend yourself and, of course, they always get a big take of the settlement.  This still was on the tax payers dime and you can not deny (as an ad man) that you did it to get attention. 
    Dayton continues to languish while many of our suburban communities thrive and grow due to abundant land to develop and tax incentives.  They simply “get it.” Dayton has sites that have been cleared for development and even developed (Tech Town that sits empty).  I would rather the city offer tax incetives than to fail miserably acting as developer.  Dayton needs leaders who “get it.”  On this particular issue and the former I must object, however, I do support many of your objectives.  Politics as usual here is a disaster. 

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  6. David Esrati February 27, 2013 / 11:59 am

    @Ralph- there was a quote by Mayor Koch- it’s on my campaign cards-

    “if you agree with me on 9 of 12 issues vote for me. If you agree with me on 12 out of 12 issues, see a psychiatrist.”

    I never wanted to cost the taxpayers a dime. But, unfortunately- Turner was immune. Trust me- it could have ended much sooner- for very little. If you really cared- you would have been there protesting with me- because it was to save the citizens right to speak at the meetings.

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  7. Donald Phillips February 27, 2013 / 2:42 pm
    I heard that your mayor is going to sell marzipan toy soldiers of his own creation. Included in each box of figurines (all in simulated panic and flight) is a packet of Bromoseltzer. I might attend Mr. Esrati’s pancake panhandle, albein in disguise. Bon apetit!

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