Jun 20, 2012

Party On The Deck

Tomorrow, from 5 to 8PM Allentown will have it's annual Party On Top of the Former Hess's Parking Deck. The party will alternatively be known as Melt Your Cheerleading Ass as the temperature hovers around 100 degrees. Regular readers on this blog know that such language is not my norm, but neither is the delusion and distortion brought to Allentown by this Administration.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Up that high it should be relatively safe from the everyday gunfire below. Just saw an SUV with baby inside was stolen in the City Without Limits. Class all the way. What is needed is a minor hockey team in a 1/4 billion dollar facility on the backs of everyone else. Kidding. Allentown has become the armpit of the Lehigh Valley.

Anonymous said...

No I always thought of NYC as the cesspool of the world, Allentown is second as the cesspool of the northeastern USA. This is all because of the brown hole in centercity allentown compliments of our current administrations underhanded dealings behide closed doors!
REDD

Anonymous said...

Allentown still has many good attributes, and the majority of its citizens are law-abiding and concerned about conditions where they live. What is necessary, however, is that this "silent majority" decides to take this political indignation no more, and demands a return to quality of core services, economy of the costs associated with providing them, and the future election of representatives who will work for all Allentown citizens, and not to instead squander hard earned tax dollars on needless political dreams.

Anonymous said...

Walk down Hamilton St., what a mess. The Hole is the icing on the cake. Those committed to the lunacy of this hallucination should stop smoking bath salts.

Anonymous said...

Anon 8:46
NYC, is one of the worlds great cities.
You should get out of the provences more often.

Anonymous said...

I was downtown tonight on Hamilton Street and there was a lot of great activity going on.

Several events at the Brew Works, LV Art Wars at the hotel, and plenty of people dining outdoors at Sangria.

Beautiful night downtown.