Sunday, March 28, 2010


Well earlier today, I had a fiasco with my son Matthew, and my ex-husband, Marty Poole. I had fixed some strawberries, and thawed out some whipped topping and took them to my old house to have strawberry shortcake with Matthew and watch Wrestlemania with them. When I pulled up in the driveway, Matthew's friend Jordan Ray and another teenager was in the driveway with Matthew. Jordan looked at me with eyes wide open like he was seeing a ghost or something. I told Matthew what I had brought and he informed me that they were all going to Hooters to watch Wrestlemania. I went inside and told Marty that Matthew was not to go to Hooters. Marty was a jerk, as usual, and did not want to cooperate with me for us to watch Wrestlemania.

I came back to my office and attempted to purchase Wrestlemania online, but I thought well I will just go to Hooters and watch it there. Well, I called Hooters from my office and found out a little after seven that the event had already started. I was certain I had called the one in North Macon. I called Matthew, while on the road, with my cell phone and he told me that it was at the Centerville location. I knew that I had called the Macon one, so I drove to the Hooters in North Macon. I will post details later about the Wreslemania held in Phoenix Arizona at the University of Phoenix. Prominent details are that there 72,219 people in attendance, which is overwhelming. The satellite feed went out at Hooters about four times, and I am sure it was due to the rain we were having or perhaps the satellite was overloaded with people viewing on pay per view. Later....

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Macon City Council Meeting March 1, 2010

Crowd shot photos....the top photo is of Chris Crock (spelling ?). I took a photo of Chris' face but it did not turn out. No disrespect to the 940 Talk Radio DJ here in Macon, Georgia. I did call Chris a few times a while back, actually I called him when I was in Madison, Indiana in the early am from my Uncle Charles Alexander and wife Brenda's home. I told him I was a Ron Paul supporter, and he told me I was crazy. Well, you know all of these people last evening called themselves saints, and that is fine. I suppose they are saints for the Lord and for the truth. Glory be! We cannot blame taxes on this person or that person, the bottom line is that corrupt politicians are like a runaway train that left the track before the ink was dry on our Constitution. Posted by Linda

Erick Erickson City Council of the Round Table of Macon, Georgia

Not a real good photo of Erick Erickson. Erick seemed to be occupied with working on a laptop computer during the City Council Meeting on March 1, 2010. The City Council meeting in Macon, Georgia was standing room only. The meeting was very passionate, as all who spoke at the microphone were opposed to the 13% increase in the tax digest. Mayor Reichart led off the evening, which began at 6:00 pm at Macon City Hall. People were definitely not on the same page with the Mayor with his opinion that the digest was ok.

I suppose Erick will forgo his pay at the Council Meeting for last evening, since he was so busy blogging or whatever. What say you Erick? Are you willing to give up your pay for last evening? I spoke to Erick, whom I have had passionate disagreements with on his blog and on I mean well Mr. Good Ole Boy Southern Hospitality even kicked me off his blog, and I got kicked of the RINO blog called I wear that as a badge of honor!

Linda J. Poole, Macon, Georgia....the real red bull who knows the truth and is not in the least bit pc!!!!!!!!!!!!

Monday, March 01, 2010

Macon residents fired up at Macon City Hall over tax increases

Well, I went to my first public rally over tax revolts this year. I heard Chris Crock online this morning from my office, and I heard there was going to be a tax revolt at City Hall this evening at 6:00 pm. Well, about 5:10, I left my office and thought well I need some pictures of this event. I stopped at CVS, and found a good deal on two single use CVS brand cameras, a total of 54 photos for $7.99, not developed, of course. The sale was buy one get free, and the film is 800 speed, so the photos should be good. I got a couple of shots of the pin head, Erick Erickson, and some shots of some of the rest of City Council. I got a photo of Mayor Reichart, and several shots of the audience. Standing room only, it was unbelievable!

I sat next to a couple by the name of Diane Stefano and Sam Stefano, and before the event, I walked up the steps of City Hall with my Ten Commandments sign, and I ask all the impotent tates if this is where the liars club was going to meet. A couple of Macon's finest police officers gave me sneering looks. I wish their darn faces would freeze in that position, as that would be real cool. A lady by the name of Lucille was handing out white sheets of paper that merely had the word NO on it. Every seat in City Hall was taken and the place was standing room only.

I sat back with my yellow pad, after taking several shots of the crowd, getting shots of all of the camera people and the infamous Chris Crock of 940 Talk Radio. I told him that I was the real red bull of Macon, Georgia not him! LOL After the Mayor of Macon addressed the crowd, the Mayor of Cherry Street walked up to the microphone, and that would, of course, be Mark Thornton. The Mayor had said that the tax digest was being raised by a measely (my word) 13%, you know chunk change for all of us with rows and rows of money trees that grow densely in Macon, Georgia. I cannot harvest money fast enough, and the trees need no fertilizer whatsoever because there is so much bullshit flying around the air in Bibb County that fertilizer is not needed, at all. I tell you what we are the luckiest darn people in the world right here in the Heart of Middle Georgia. It is the only place in the world where you can afford to pay higher taxes because the residents never run out of money!

Now, on a more serious note, yes folks we are in a depression, not a recession! I did not have to speak at all because there were so many well-versed spokes people in the crowd, and I mean they were mad....mad as hell, I am here to tell you. One guy, who I did not catch his name said that he was out of work and he was going to become a political consultant, and boldly told the kings and queens in their raised council chairs that they would be replaced if they voted to raise taxes! Of course, every time someone said something that hit the ball out of the park, we all raised our "NO" signs!

Folks, this is not new at all in Macon, Georgia. I remember when the Mayor of Macon was Mayor Israel, and he spoke at a CPE meeting I attended at River North Country Club in 1993, and he talked about commercial property selling for $.25 on the dollar during that time period. Oh, gee, we have heard the same old song and dance now for nearly two decades that the City and the County need to merge. You know, I did not see the City Attorney sitting up on his throne tonight, but you know he may well have been there. You see, there was this attorney who I always saw when I needed a good laugh, when I did not want to stay up late to watch Saturday Night Live, you see I am sooooooooo darn old, I go to bed with the chickens....cough...cough...cough, and everytime there was a question that needed resolved by the Council members, they would turn to this legal expert to give them an answer. All I ever heard him say, I will have to look that up. Well, you know, if someone ask me a question, I can usually give an answer on the spot. I meed what kind of darn lawyer never knows anything....hmnnnn that was a dumb question right?

Well, I just wish that we could have forced the City Council to hold a vote in our prescence tonight. Cowards! I hope they vote No, or they will most certainly be looking for another job.