Trump then goes on to speak about us unifying as one country to help make the lives of these unfortunate people better … and some how, some fucken way Rollins manages a way to shit on that idea. When President Trump makes mention of strengthening old and new alliances Rollins takes this opportunity to bash on Israel, our only allie in that area. I had no idea Rollins was an anti-semite. But like John Kerry said, “you’re either democrat or a Jew. You can’t be both.” and I have to assume Rollins isn’t a Jew. Jew hater maybe … but not a Jew. Then President Trump suggests that, “When you open your heart to patriotism there is no room for prejudice.” To this Rollings jokes about not wanting to be forced to hug Ted Nugent. God forbid Henry expresses any love for the country that made so much possible for him. I mean he could have done just as well in Moscow, North Korea, maybe even Cuba. Fuck America!!! Fuck Patriotism!!! And then he just has to go and imply that every Trump voter a bigot. How bold, how thought provoking, deep, and unexpected. And like the word-smith that he is he continues by calling this, “the worst inauguration speech ever” and he didn’t even start that sentence with the word, “Like.” Then he has the balls to imply it was Kellyanne Conway is responsible for starting and pushing the “fake news” narrative. Obviously Rollins has missed out on Hillary’s speeches of late. She went from covering her vast ass with the “Vast Right Wing Conspiracy” to “Fake News.” Fake News, the Lefts newest attempt at silencing those they oppose and Rollins is calling us “Orwellian.” He concludes by trying to convince us that he’s not butt hurt even though he just spent no less than 500 words sounding like a twinky who just got gorilla fucked by Mr Mark. AND TO WRAP SHIT UP!!! He then threatens those on the Right with soon to come attacks from hackers, comedians, and the ever present, non-partisan, army of reporters, headed by non-other than Chuck Todd. … Henry Rollins, punk rock god, … ass clown, is hiding behind Chuck Fucken Todd!!!
Some buildings can be repurposed but so many cannot. Retail design and use is not only based on the space itself but also location. When a few stores go down often many others in an area go with them—a retail ghost town if you will. Though one can repurpose one space it might sit in a vast area of blight. The problem lies not in what we should do with what we have already but it seems more important to get a lot stricter about what new retail spaces we allow into our communities. The promises are always jobs and tax revenue, but that won’t help in the long run if the store folds or relocates to the next township who offers an incentive.