Easton Plow Company Owner Vows To Sue Half Of Brockton, Withdraw From City Contract After Citizen Complains About Business Being Plowed In, Also Illegally Funneled Campaign Donations To Liberal Politicians While Whining About How Evil Liberals Are
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One of my favorite parts of every winter is the first snow storm, because it really brings out the best in everyone. Especially in Brockton:
Girl, I feel ya!! Look, I have nothing but respect for plow drivers. You people are the lifeblood of our economy. You make the roads passable while we drink hot cocoa. It’s not easy doing what you do. You work overnight shifts while we sleep. And the snow does indeed have to go somewhere. But, da fuq is this?
I mean, that’s just being a doosnozzle for the sake of it. You could’ve plowed all that right into the fence. Instead your driver chose the door. Now yooz can’t leave….
Tangent – Who plows the roads in the Walking Dead? The only thing that ever obstructs the roads are trees that Negan’s people chop down. And how come the only thing the characters on that show never have to fear is the weather? We got people dying from natural disasters all the time, and that’s with FEMA, the Red Cross, etc. How the hell do they survive the winters? It snows in Washington DC. And it’s not like they can brace for bad weather because I’m pretty sure their iPhones no longer work.
Anyway, the Brockton Hub is the exact opposite of a safe space, and the townsfolk made it quite clear who they were siding with…..
Turns out the company responsible was J. Derenzo, which has a contract with the City of Brockton:
That’s when someone tagged David Howe, the owner of Derenzo…..
Initially he seemed to be a responsible business owner who wanted to make amends for the shitty work done by one of his employees:
And he did indeed end up fixing it. But for some reason he chose NOT to leave it at that, and elected to do this instead:
Wait….what? Plowing snow isn’t a “money machine” for companies that plow snow? You don’t make money on it? Is that what he just “sent”? That’s like saying the Fall River Guttermuppet wasn’t good for Turtleboy’s bottom line. All you whiny “residence” need to shut your pole polishers or else he’s withdrawing from the plowing contract!
He was just getting warmed up though….
No “trust” passing order. Amazing. He’ll be filing this lawsuit at the police station of course where Attorney Richard N. Vulva will be representing him. That guy knows a thing or two about plowing!!
Funny thing is that he knew how to spell ungrateful the first time around (almost) but seemed to forget five minutes later:
Which led many to begin to opine that he might be inebriated while plowing the mean streets of the City of Champions:
This of course led to more Internet lawsuits….
After suing half the south shore David Howe then decided it would be a great time to announce his unwavering support for the least controversial person ever…..
Sorry David, not even Trump wall could make Brockton great again. Hard to make a city “great” again if it’s always been a flaming bag of jizz popsicles. But putting a Trump wall around it would save communities like Whitman, Abington, and Holbrook a whole lot of issues though.
Then he began to complain that people were intimidating him with their profile pictures:
Someone get this man off the Internets!! He’s simply not ready for it.
Oh yea, and if you’re gonna whine about canceling your lucrative contract with the city because some people on the Brockton Hub hurt your feelz, make sure you don’t have a bunch of Google trophies in your cabinet….
Especially when you used your company to illegally funnel campaign funds to politicians and were forced to pay $150,000 in fines. Because the Hub will find that. They got Google and shit. Even in Brockton.
Funny though, because he really, really, really seems to hate liberals:
But yet the money he illegally funneled went to many of those God damn libtards he wants to deport!!
J. Derenzo, which has worked for and closely with government entities and describes itself as “one of New England’s premier sitework contractors,” reimbursed its employees and their family members for donations to eight political figures and to the state Democratic Party, the state said.
In all, the J. Derenzo contributions added up to at least $37,000,the state said. The donations included $4,500 to Baker, $4,000 to Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, $5,000 to Democratic state Senator Michael Brady of Brockton, $5,000 to the Democratic State Committee, $14,500 to Walsh, and $2,000 to Democratic attorney general candidate Warren Tolman. The other recipients — former mayor Thomas Menino, former lieutenant governor Timothy Murray, and former governor Deval Patrick — received a combined $2,000. Their committees are no longer active.
Charlie Baker, Marty Walsh, Tim Murray, and Deval Patrick. You know what adds up to? Three and a half liberals, some new drapes, a totaled Crown Vic, and an alcohol problem. All of those guys are HUGE Trump supporters!!
Shockingly this is not the first time this successful Easton resident has threatened to sue someone in hilarious fashion….
The developer’s attorneys believe the appeals board took illegal action, but the town’s attorney is standing behind the board’s decision. On Monday night, selectmen received an update and listened to residents regarding the 114 Main St. property, which was slated to become a 200-plus-seat restaurant. But those plans have been stalled in the last week, as the Zoning Board of Appeals denied variances requested by developer David Howe because only three members were present for a vote that required at least four people. Now, Howe and his attorneys are threatening litigation against the town. They told selectmen Monday that they are going to file an open meeting law complaint in hopes that the original May vote to grant the variances, 4-1, stands.
On Aug. 10, developer David Howe arrived to make an initial presentation to a very welcoming Easton Planning and Zoning Board. The town staff report highly recommended his latest project (two restaurants and retail space at the former church at 134-140 Main St.). Certainly, there were issues to be worked through as part of the board’s normal site plan approval process, which can generally take two to three months or more depending on the size and complexity of the project, the other approvals needed, and the speed with which the applicant responds to requests for information.
As I watched it all unfold an hour later, David Howe, after trying to push the board into granting him a same day site plan approval stormed out of the room and angrily vowed (again) to withdraw his application for his projects and said (again) he would sell his three downtown buildings. It was a childish display, like the toddler who cries, “You won’t let me have my way? Then I’ll take my ball and go home!”
Then again, quitting seems to be what he’s best at. He recently ran for town selectman in Easton and it didn’t go as planned….
David Howe will not be on the ballot in next month’s special election, leaving Thomas Brussard as the lone candidate for the vacant Board of Selectman seat. Howe filed papers to withdraw from the race last Monday, according to the Easton town clerk’s office. The special election will take place Jan. 20.
The fact that this guy can afford to live in a wealthy town like Easton, and is seemingly a successful businessman, proves once again that if you can’t make it happen in America, then you’re a a fucking idiot. Even illiterate Internet lawsuit yahoos can get it done in this amazing country we are all blessed to live in.