You can add me to that list. The bum never had a real job in his life. The fact that he lives off his wife is bad enough. The worse part is he's proud of it. What a loser.
"And I have this to say to the guy who is constantly claiming that I am forcing my wife to remain a teacher just so I can live off her."
You are referring to me; yes, I am the guy constantly pointing out that you are living off your wife.
[Note: Next time go ahead and print my name: "Danehick Sux".]
I know I know I know, you claim to hold several jobs ... from coaching girls basketball (which pays $2 bucks an hour) and writing for the TW (which pays less than $2 bucks an hour).
Oh yeah, you also deliver TW newspapers on your bike (that new Schwinn 3 speed with the banana seat and bell on the handle bars that I saw you peddling down the street the other day, wearing your black, Walmart KISS t-shirt) ....
Yes - technically speaking - you may have employment, but they all are jobs which any 9 year old could perform.
Embarrassing, isn't it ....
I tell Brad about a great pizza joint to try when he goes back to N.Y.C. I get 9 dislikes for my trouble. You people are weird.
That's fine with me. After all, it's what makes the world go round. I'm serious about Rizzo's pizza. I'd walk back to N.Y. for a slice.
Leslie, I felt the same way for 50 years as I watched teachers donate their income to unions that harm education and then ask for more money. In a small way the teachers have caused this. They could have given their dues to the school if they care about kids so much. Maybe it is time for the unions to get out of education.
CW13 - I will proudly take your advice and eat on Clinton Street! It's Trump Tower I'll steer clear of!
Have you seen all the pro-123 TV ads? How much do you think they cost? I couldn't help thinking that anybody who really wanted to help the schools could have taken all that money and given it to the school system instead.
In fact, I have a general rule about elections; whenever you see lots of fancy ads, TV or glossy print, it means that *big money* wants you to vote that way -- so ALWAYS VOTE FOR THE OTHER GUY!!!
WSHD? What should Hillary do?
Love it !!!
What do you think of when you hear Clinton St? Two gutters. And the Mrs is circling the drain.
Brad. When you get to Essex St. you should go a few blocks east to Clinton ST. Rizzo's fine pizza. The Sicilian is to die for. It's just the name of the street that turns me off !! Be assured you'll thank me.
Paul. We're common folk around here. Save the big words. No one is impressed. The last time you poo-pooed what I had to say, dopey ol' me shredded your argument.
Ralph. It's obvious you're new here. Daney rips us on the right for not being civil. However, he can say what he wants. Gives a whole new meaning to phony hypocrite.
The article is based in facts and written to entertain. Is it unacceptable for some because of the use of names or for saying what many prefer not to be said. From an ExArmy and West Phoenix perspective, it is actually very politically correct. Perhaps some of you should come into our schools to see what the poor pay and lack of quality teachers is doing to our youth of today. Perhaps then you would focus on the truth in his message and not focused on his name calling!
Thank you, Mr. Danehy. It is refreshing to see the courageous and insightful manner in which you call out corruption in our state government. So many people seem intimidated and cowed by the sweeping austerity measures meted out by our dark-money Governor, and hesitate to fight back. You give them reasoned language and and bold prescriptions.
Too cool. We're going back in July to see a couple of shows and will eat at Shopsin's again. We'll go back to Joe's as well, and Juniors. Could easily live there!
Indeed I have. I used to fix the elevators in a building on Hester St. one block over. Great place to get all sorts of treats. I had a funny feeling what ever that was, you got it in the real world.
Tom - I agree with you 100%!
CW13 - Way off topic...but my updated profile pic is of S'mores Slutty Cakes from Shopsin's in the Essex Street Market on the Lower East Side. Ever been?
Mark - Very decent response. Knowing that, though, would seem to make you more prone to either looking past Tom's "stooping" and focusing on the content or, at the very least, understanding his "juvenile" behavior may well have been borne from a frustration similar (or at least as justified) as yours. I realize this sounds "preachy." It just seems like a lot of emphasis is placed on how uncivil or rude or juvenile Tom can be by (generally) the most rude posters on the site. Just seems like a waste of time.
@ Shalom, I meant it as a religious person
4. gentile - a Christian; "Christians refer to themselves as gentiles"
@ Brad, yes at times I stooped to Danehy's level out of frustration, and for that I am ashamed
Shalom, I meant it as a religious person. 4. gentile - a Christian; "Christians refer to themselves as gentiles"
I am sure that Jewish people could be offended as well.
Brad, yes I did stoop to Danehey's level at times, and for that I am ashamed
@Mark Robert Heywood: Maybe the column will offend gentile readers, but what about readers of the Jewish persuasion?
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