Saturday, April 4, 2020

Now That You Blessed Frank Mrvan



“Now that you blessed Frank Mrvan let’s talk.”

Street

It all started when a astute Black associate pull my coat tail about “the wall” woo-woo-woo, and this K-9 got on it… Fast, quick and in a hurry.

Chicago Tribune May 1, 1990 Article

Environmental Protection  Agency – Recent EPA
A.    Report said run-off into Hammond was not a health risk. Want that report.
B.     Federal Highway Administration – threatened future funds to both cities if the wall remained because Cline Avenue is part of the federal system. Show me.

Congressman Pete Visclosky is M.I.A. on this one because this could be an illegal wall, and “King Kong” who likes to “clown” might be in violation… This clown might have stepped in it?


Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Who the Hell Is This Ryan Rettig Cat?

 
      "Who is Sigma energy  who is also house @ Purdue Research?"
Street (preguntas -- questions)
   
 "Who the hell is this Ryan Rettig cat?"



Monday, March 30, 2020

3 Letter Boyz Done Got in This Clown's Head

 "3 Letter Boyz Done Got in This Clown's Head"

Street ($450,000 contract)

     Don't worry boss 3 Letter Boyz taped your show on WLTH (We Love the Hood). You better worry about "your boy" (Dave Hamm, Lake County Councilman) Led Lighting deal went South first time around which called for  "Re-Bid". Ryan Rettig bid again, but this time around for another company not his company L.T.N Solution? Lake Council Commissioners ask for the money, and the Lake County Council gave them the money.
F.Y.I

     "Coming home the long way III" is next. Street can walk and chew gum @ the same time.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Coming Home the Long Way Pete


 Mrvan Senior  FBI Quantico  Visclosky

 "Coming home the long way Pete"
(TBC)


Monday, March 23, 2020

Don't Meet Me There



"Don't meet there. Beat me there."
(Tuesday 730am)
Street
     Bet you Critser can tell you about that running water on 9th Avenue.
"We love the Hood"


Saturday, March 21, 2020

The Wall in Hessville

"Wall is still up today as of this writing."
We Love the Hood

Street 

Allegation (5.1.90 Chicago Tribune)

     Before the wall was built, Hessville resident complained that polluted the rainwater rolling down the street and flooding basement was threatening their health... the dumps on each side of 9th Avenue in Gary have been placed on U.S. Environmental Protection agency's Superfund waste sites that must be cleared up.
     Recent EPA report said runoff into Hammond was not a health risk.
     Federal Highway Administration threatened future fund to both cities if the wall remained because Cline Avenue is part of the federal system.