Victorian gentleman seen all throughout HV
Well dressed and walking everywhere yet never around when we would like and always around when we least expect it. Yes indeed....From hyde park to route 9, from cemeteries to local shops, almost everyone has seen this young man walking or in some cases biking all over the Hudson Valley.Read full story
Up and coming equals up and outgoing...
From fixed up to forced outEddie B. Today's article is a pretty basic case of 2 plus 2 equaling 4 and how people can't grasp this fact. To begin with, most of you in dutchess county or indeed anywhere in ny state, may have noticed that your neighborhood has been selected or listed as an "up and coming neighborhood", and to some this may sound exciting, indeed maybe even you the reader are dreaming of your town being brought back to its former glory that was immortalized in the photos your parents used to break out of the attic when you were younger...Read full story
The equal in equality?
Well here I am again, to point out the steady stream of toxic nonsense which manages to permiate the very fabric of society with its foul oder. "Equality should belong to no one if it does not belong to everyone"Read full story
From asylum to insanity
Dearest reader... we begin with a question. Have you ever seen a shopping center in a cemetery?. If you answered no, then you have not yet seen the latest atrocity created for the hypocritical yet somehow equally minded public... I am, of course referring to the recent construction of a shop rite and burger King on the site of the former hudson valley state mental asylum, and while most of you may throw your hands up in offense or outrage to my accusation of hypocrisy when referring to certain members of the modern public, let us (if just for a moment) give acknowledgment towards all the recent outrage directed to the unrecognized locations of suffering endured by racial minorities through history where in the these same people march about claiming to preach equality for all, but you may agree dear reader, that the true nature of their priorities only show themselves when you realize no issue is found, and no grievances given, when the former site of barbaric medical experiments conducted on all walks of life is made into a place of public consumption and apartments only affordable to the wealthy, yes you did read that correctly... you see the original part of the hudson state hospital which was built in 1871 is being turned into places of administration and living affordable only to the wealthy... the cheapest of these is near the price of $200,000 a month.Read full story