January 8, 2008

Back to Normalcy (Or Is It New?)

Justin Katz

I'm not going to lie to you; solely in consideration of entertainment, I miss seeing Pat Crowley at the Tiverton School Committee meetings. He gives off the aura of a TV villain, and drama requires such characters.

But for the school system, for the town, and even for the teachers, the quiet, respectful atmosphere of the audience, tonight, is undoubtedly a good thing. NEA-Tiverton President Amy Mullen has a freestanding sign (which I cannot read from my seat) sitting in the third row, but other than that, things are quiet.

I'm very curious what discussion has gone on beind closed union-hall and teacher-lounge doors. I also kinda wonder whether I give off the aura of a villain. (Surely my major-key theme music is audible.)

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"Psst. There's Justin. Queue the Imperial March."

Posted by: Greg at January 8, 2008 7:52 PM

In lieu of his presence, possibly Ms. Mullen's sign is a full blown picture of P. Crowley ...?

Posted by: Monique at January 8, 2008 8:15 PM

You will notice that instead of attending the meeting, your antagonist posted a rant about you on RI Future. I would like it to be noted in the annals of this site that I have posted a defense of you.

Posted by: Pragmatist at January 8, 2008 9:09 PM
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