mercredi, février 28, 2007

Jim Stingl Doesn't Spend Time At the Mall

Otherwise, he wouldn't be high-horsing in the JS today about how all this fuss about Mayfair is over nothing.

Jim buddy, it doesn't matter what the call volume is to the Tosa police. That's just what gets reported. Everything else happens long before the cops get there and falls right under the wing of intimidation - perception isn't the issue my friend. You know not of what you speak.

And perception is important. Clearly. That's why plenty of wallets aren't going near the mall right now. That perception has nothing to do with what these people have heard in the news. The news has simply confirmed it.


Blogger Dad29 said...


As soon as I saw "calls to the cop-shop" as part of the article, my brain hung up on Stingl.

The really screwy thing about all this is the llllloooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnng period of "inventing a policy" to deal with the problem.

We got Congress to declare WAR faster than Mayfair's "management" admitted they were....thinking....about a policy.

12:06 PM, février 28, 2007  
Blogger sliverthetomcat said...

That was my thought too dad29, it sure took them long enough.

12:38 PM, février 28, 2007  
Blogger Phelony Jones said...

Heh heh...and that's saying a lot, Dad29... when has the government moved faster than anyone, on anything???

1:09 PM, février 28, 2007  
Blogger Dad29 said...

Only other instance I can think of is in tax-collection enforcement.

Or maybe in determining appropriate pensions for Gummint employees...

11:02 AM, mars 01, 2007  
Blogger Wendy said...

I googled a few days ago and saw an article about Mayfair planning to adopt a policy similar to the Mall of America's. The date: January 2003. Isn't that what the "new" idea is?

1:11 PM, mars 02, 2007  

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