Has Money for a Camera Crew and Time to Play With a Shovel?

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“While it’s 30 some degrees, I can’t imagine what it’s like doing this when it’s zero. Um, but it’s a lot of work, and uh, at the end of the day, I bet I sleep really, really good.”

Aw, why that just tugs away at my little ‘ol heartstrings, does it yours? C’mon, they’re getting paid Prevailing Wage to fill holes with the most complex of tools known to all of mankind to operate – a garden shovel. The lengths these bureaucrats will go just to extort more pissed away tax dollars.

If going all Hollywood production on us with our tax dollars, Kirk, at least come up with a new schtick.

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  5 comments for “Has Money for a Camera Crew and Time to Play With a Shovel?

  1. KG One
    February 23, 2014 at 4:31 am

    "While it’s 30 some degrees, I can’t imagine what it’s like doing this when it’s zero. Um, but it’s a lot of work, and uh, at the end of the day, I bet I sleep really, really good.”

    Try working in this when the weather is in the minus 30 to 40 below range.

    Sorry Kirk, but my "Give-a-damn" is still in the shop.

    If these roads were built correctly in the first place, walking along US-23/I-96 behind a dump truck wouldn't really be necessary (or at least not as much as it is this year).

    Still waiting for him to develop a rudimentary spine, take his camera crew and go after our illustrious governor for flushing $200-million down the toilet on a customs plaza.

    http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/story/24512673/lack-of-federal-funding-putting-new-detroit-canada-bridge-on-hold

    Should make for an interesting exercise when Snyder explains how spending taxpayers money is better than a private business offering to pick up the entire tab.

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