Thursday, July 30, 2009

My part-time job

Some might have a worse one. I've begun samplings of the work that a visibility Chair position of the Party might undertake--or oversee.
I installed these signs for a neighbor, and I purchased the lumber, hardware and stakes
with my own dinero.
All who drove by the corner of 287 and Wenner will now understand what I was doing there.
Thanks to the couple of folks who stopped to chat.

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4 comments:

Leejjj said...

monk you are breaking the law putting up those signs and what property do you own in Loudoun??? you are not on any deeds.

The Bulletproof Monk said...

I'll leave your ignorance on display for all who want to see it.
That property is owned by a neighbor who specifically asked me to place the signs there.
And if you were as smart as you claim to be, you'd realize that you've been led down the wrong road in claiming I don't own property in the County.
Furthermore...what does owning property here specifically entitle me to?
I'm in accord with all the tenets put forth by the RNC for specific participation in my local Committee....which should tell you that I'm a legally registered voter in Loudoun County. But I suspect the use of drugs fried those cells long ago.

Anonymous said...

I personnally know the monk. He is a hard working, honest citizen, not a carpetbagger. He works to keep his farm and is working hard to make VA a enviormental better place to include his own farm and many other farms a working farm. As for the signs, they are on private property, not a state roadway or property. He is strongly committed to the cuase, RNC. Not a whimp here then gone type. Chuck

The Bulletproof Monk said...

Thanks for your kind words, Chuck.
All being told, Lee arrived here from (????) when my family has romped across the fields of Fauquier, Rappahannock, and Loudoun Counties for a couple of centuries.
I'm descended from a lineage that rode with Mosby, consorted with Mobberly, and lived on the edge of Loudoun County in the 1860's.

And by nature of that very breeding...there ain't any "quit" in this boy.