James LaMountainís ad not approved

Although we share many believes about the corruption that goes on in the Townhall, we have strong disagreements how to bring change to Holland. I neither endorse nor approve James LaMountainís half page ad that will appear in the Sturbridge Villager this week. I also did not pay for the ad either.
Peter Frei

Posted on 3 Mar 2009, 10:28 - Category: Town Politics
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Posted on 18 Mar 2009, 21:58 by Jim LaMountain
Add was ANR
Mr Frei...As we were being censored at the other Blog a back in Spring of 08 and you said you would write the code and build a Blog I told you then I would buy a Half Page to plug your site.

Well you are right my add was not paid for nor approved by you.
As a man of my word I bought the half page and Plugged your wonderful web page. I felt that as my benificiaries were footing the bill then perhaps the subject and layout were ours to design.
As with your plan you presented to the planning board to divide your peninsula I felt my half page also was ANR..
Anyhow the kids also bought some nice stickers to plug the blog also and you should see them from time to time. I noticed that a few have been peeled off.
Be careful though. The corrupt ones you are opposing are the same entities that were in the little girl in the Movie "The Exorsist".

Be ever vigilant ant do not let them catch you alone in a parking lot in Holland or things could turn out different than they did in Wales.
I wish you well with your new Holland Blog.
Thank You , Herr Frei.


Posted on 25 Mar 2009, 18:02 by Bill Rupprecht
You have an enormous amount of corruption for such a small town.

Things aren't any better in Pittsfield. We have a mayor who thinks he's a king.

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