Dayton

City of Dayton selling citizens out to Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP

My dead mother got one. I got one. The veteran I take care of got one, right in the middle of the pandemic. A “Notice of Delinquent Citation(s)” from a law firm in Texas that specializes in debt collection. The first two didn’t even have account or “offense dates” listed – they were just “notice Read More

“What is Esrati’s end game”

A friend was asked this week, “you know Esrati, what’s his end game?” and my friend had no answer. Really, it hasn’t changed since I bought my crap house in South Park on Jan 28, 1986- the day the Challenger space shuttle blew up. Buy low, sell high. Sure, my $14,500 house could sell for Read More

Voting guide for Nov 7 2017

The party hands out their stupid voter, I mean,  “Slate cards” which tell you how to vote. Here’s my easy one for Montgomery County/Dayton voters Issues: Issue 1: NO Issue 2: YES Issue 3: YES Issue 4: NO Dayton City Commission: Darryl Fairchild, Shenise Turner-Sloss Dayton School Board: Ann Marie “Mario” Gallin, Paul Bradley, Karen Read More

An outsider’s prescription for Dayton

Infrastructure The ignored secret behind successful organizations (and nations) is infrastructure. Not the content of what’s happening, but the things that allow that content to turn into something productive. Here are some elements worth considering: Transportation: Ideas and stuff have to move around. The more quickly, efficiently and safely, the better. This is not just Read More

Saturday night: PechaKucha 20×20 – Dayton – Vol. 23 @ A World A’Fair but FREE

I feel bad that I still haven’t put together the video for YouTube of my infamous “how to piss people off” presentation at PK night 22 back in March- but- here we are in May- with something new: PK on a Saturday night! We’ll be at the Dayton Convention Center Saturday, May 16th, 7:30 p.m. Read More

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