Glitch szzz . . .

This has been removed.  Thanks for reminding me that even I can hurt someone unintentionally.

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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7 Responses to Glitch szzz . . .

  1. Lisa Smith says:

    This is where I found that bullet graphic – really really not cool http://lynn-a.blogspot.jp/2013/03/the-friends-now-must-bite-bullet.html When someones name is on a bullet – thats usually a threat to them – poorly veiled implication there …

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  2. Soon To Be Ex-LW Resident says:

    Wow, creepy. This is why families like my ex-husband’s, who have lived here since the founding of Lake Worth (his grandfather was LW’s first jailer), are leaving. We loved growing up here, but it’s just not worth saving the house for our grandchildren in this type of ghastly atmosphere, which is clearly just going to get worse. My ex’s mother was born at the Dr.’s office on Lake Ave. before LW had a hospital. My ex was born at LW hospital. His child and grandchildren were born in WPB while living here at the property in LW. Their children and their children’s children will not. Pity.

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    • Sorry that you feel that way about Lake Worth. When we first looked at Lake Worth I kept the newspaper
      away from my husband as it front page had shootings in on front page. Since PBSO has been here it’s been
      a safe and complex neighborhood.

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      • Soon To Be Ex-LW Resident says:

        Yes, the sheriff’s have made it much safer. Not that the LWPD didn’t do a good job – the officers were awesome – but they just didn’t have the resources PBSO does. Unfortunately though, PBSO can’t protect LW residents from this group, and others like them, and what they’ve done to LW for years now. We’re done.

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  3. Sam says:

    I read Wes and Lynn’s blogs, sometimes I agree with them, sometimes I don’t, I do appreciate that both of them keep me up to date on the politics in Lake Worth.

    While I voted yes on #2, I didn’t appreciate the meanness on both sides and the misrepresentations of the No signs and the code violation at the Gulf Stream. Yes politics is messy but I wish we could have a civil discourse on these topics.

    Some people are in favor of tall buildings in our downtown corridor because they think its good for business and tax revenue and they support that or they are in real estate or development and have their own vested interests. Some people were not in favor of tall buildings because they want to keep a low-rise city as they think that is better, more sustainable, keeps the city unique and different, because they are in an area that might be impacted and don’t want a tower next to their small cottage. Two very reasonable points, both with pros and cons, I don’t understand why the issue couldn’t be presented in such a fashion.

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