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jeff once again a totally clueless comment from you and your other cronies that do not KNOW what you are talking about in this case. the city set aside $200,000 in escrow and the city is hoping that a jury and a judge will rule in their favor for a lesser amount. the city never offered that amount to grenga's machinery; they are spineless/cheaters/thieves;who would steal from their own mothers to help their own city hall friends grow richer in a deal with the devil to have another illegal dollar in their pockets. biglowski i would suggest that you interview joe grenga about the "sweetheart" deal that the city offered him in the beginning of this stealing of land from a honest businessman in the city of youngstown. Do not be surprised if you have rotten egg on your face after meeting joe grenga and hearing his side of the story FACE TO FACE INSTEAD OF HIDING BEHIND A BLAH BLAH BLOG AND SPURING YOUR RIDICUOUS COMMENTS.
December 30, 2008 at 7:34 p.m.
All Hail Lebowski. All Hail Lebowski. All Hail Lebowski. I will follow you into the fire anyday.
December 30, 2008 at 8:01 p.m.
An outstanding display of both capital letters and misguided anger. My compliments. Work on the capitalization and grammar, though...the lack of attention to both makes your post seems a bit disjointed.
I'm not interested in this guy's side of the story, quite honestly. He stands to make much more from this deal than he probably should and yet it isn't enough; consider that in recent months homes have burned down in the city and a total loss is valued at $11,000. He should take his money, consider himself lucky that his property was worth anything at all and spend the rest of his days telling his sob story to morons like you at the local coffee shop.
Unfortunately for the former property owner greed is one of the seven deadly sins, terrance...luckily for you ignorance isn't.
December 30, 2008 at 8:42 p.m.
it's my keyboard, my thoughts, my review, it's not about you or your opinion
May 7, 2009 at 4 p.m.