Is our elected Highway Surveyor Brian Johnson losing it?

I had never any accidents with my car and in all my travels the car never needed any body work.
Now, at the speedometer reading of more than 140,000 miles, the car has a dent, read more»

Posted on 26 Jan 2011, 21:13 - Category: The Town Common
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Posted on 27 Jan 2011, 17:07 by Not Gunna Say
Drug abuse
I remember when Brian Johnson attacked the person at the bar without cause. Johnson thinks it is ok to act violently when someone opposes his fiefdom. A clear sign of crack or meth use: I am not surprised to hear that Brian Johnson kicked the door in on your car. If I was you I would get a gun to protect myself from the Hypo-Geico CaveMan.

Posted on 28 Jan 2011, 18:06 by Holland Blogger
Dog guess what. Peter OWNS the domain and the name Holland Blog. Maybe if our officials were on the ball they would have registered the domain and name for the town. Instead they spend their time cooking up schemes for their own personal gain. Well done Mr Frei. And Dog perhaps you could refer us to the mgl chapter and section you are referring to. NOT!!!!! HAHAHAHA...

Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 18:57 by Peter Frei
After posting the piece, "Do You Recognize the House Which is Plowed-out Here?" Brian Johnson called me angry and corrected me that it was not a front loader but instead a grader.
He was upset and called me "the dumbest person" he ever knew and also called me a "joke."

As I thought about the conversation, it struck me odd that Brian Johnson corrected me about the fact that it was a grader not a loader that was used to plow his father's driveway, but not one word about me accusing him of kicking-in the door to my car.

I find it telling that Brian Johnson is not outraged, outraged about being accused of doing such a thing. I think that he has no reason to be outraged. I interpret his failure to bring it up as an admission and it just strengthens my believe that he was the one who did it.

Not outraged, not ONE word about my door? Hmmm..


Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 19:00 by no one cares
no one cares
No one cares but you. Have you made this your life's work? Its just sad really.

Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 19:24 by Peter Frei
You can't fool Google..
Businesses spend an incredible amount of money to improve their rankings in Google search results.
Google follows a highly secret algorithm in determining their rankings.
If you type the three words
the Holland Blog
into Google, and you can do that even backwards like
Blog Holland the,
Google will find 22,900,000 results.
Guess who is on top of all results? That would be twenty million, nine hundred thousand results! Guess who??
YES, it is the Holland Blog. Google finds the content of the Holland Blog the most important content on the web out of 22 million nine hundred thousand results.
No one cares?? REALLY??
Over the last few days there were up to 400 visits to the Holland Blog A DAY! Over an average week, over 700 unique visitors visit the Holland Blog. The rules have changed...

Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 19:36 by no one cares
if you say so...
Peter, does it really matter what google says? Is anything changing? You are on here time after time with the same ol' stories about the same people. If anyone in Holland really cared about all the allegeded wrong doing that you uncover those people wouldn't be voted into the positions they hold.

Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 20:05 by Peter Frei
We shall see..
It will take time, Earl Johnson and his felon convict buddy Gleason and their close friend Wettlaufer got away with spreading lies for years.
It will take time to bring the change.
How many hours a day can Brian feed lies to people? Two, three, four?
On an average day, readers spend combined about 27 hours reading the truth backed up with documents on the Holland Blog, while I'm sleeping, going about my business etc. The server hosting the Holland Blog never sleeps...
If Brian doesn't get his act together, and I doubt very much that he is capable of doing so, he will be history, he will be back where he was when his daddy got the great idea to build him up, where is Brian going to be?
He will be an unemployed guy, as he was before our community elected him. He will not stand a chance to survive in his business (J&G Construction) once he has to pay for his own insurance, health care etc. and the town doesn't pay all his overhead any longer.
In about twenty years, researchers will do some research how December 20 became "Grinch Day" in Holland.
Imagine how embarrassing it must be for any of the Johnson family members, Brian's kids for instance, to have to deal with the legacy Earl Johnson and Brian Johnson created? How embarrassing it will be to read the D.D.111 report and the many other embarrassing pieces on the Holland Blog?
I will put an effort into keeping the Johnson legacy alive, that's a promise!

Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 20:23 by Peter Frei
Some times it is funny..
Right now, I'm preparing my tax abatement's which need to be filed no later than Tuesday.
The three lots that were created ,Daddy Petee (Earl Johnson) tried to prevent me from dividing the property at a cost of more than $100,000 to the tax payer and failed, are now taxed as separate lots.
An unlawful practice as I never actually recorded separate deeds for the parcels.
But that is not all, the lots have "town water", and "town sewer," probably to beef up the value even more...
As I said, sometimes it is funny what this despicable individual comes up with..

Posted on 22 Feb 2011, 9:03 by Peter Frei
Remember leaving the comments above? I'm talking about your comment:
Posted on 29 Jan 2011, 19:00 by no one cares'
and my answers.
I just checked, today up to now, 102 readers of the Holland Blog spent a combined 18:37 hours reading the blog.
For how many hours did you spread your lies today so far??

Posted on 25 Mar 2011, 24:45 by Peter Frei
I don't need to "stir the pot" any longer at Dave Worth's show; today we enjoyed a box of the finest Swiss champagne truffles from Lindt and Sprüngli during the Upside Down Show.
Meanwhile, during 296 visits 1057 pages were viewed yesterday, Friday March 25, 2011. The total time spent by readers of the Holland Blog was 61 hours and 40 minutes.
The Holland Blog does the talking....

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