When it makes more sense to be bizarre

Sean wrote a tremendous post about open government and how neither his elected officials nor the WPD have gotten back to him regarding any of his concerns or questions.

So it is perhaps fitting that Chief Gemme has responded not to any real denizen of our fair city, but to everyone’s favorite Twitter parody account:

(screenprint via kwout)

Obviously, if you want to be heard in this city, a real identity (with real questions and concerns) puts you at a disadvantage.

In future, I’ll try for a pseudonym, typing in all caps, and keeping myself to 140 characters.

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One thought on “When it makes more sense to be bizarre

  1. Sean says:

    I find it bizarre that it is good sense to not follow up on constituent’s concerns in a public forum.

    It’s far worse to receive emails back, or even a letter like I did, but have no follow up in the public eye.

    That requires trust I do not have.

    Just wait until my rant about Parks.

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