Roses And Rotten Tomatoes (Aug. 6, 2015)

Roses And Rotten Tomatoes (Aug. 6, 2015)

Send your roses or rotten tomatoes to edit@thenownewspaper.com and watch for them here and in Thursday’s Now. – See more at: http://www.thenownewspaper.com/roses-and-rotten-tomatoes-july-30-2015-1.2016148#sthash.YEmBzXNp.dpuf

Roses

  • A big bouquet of roses to Cst. M. Frano for making my son feel better after a very scary situation. He’s still talking about seeing your police car. You have a great soul.

  • Roses to staff at Fleetwood Automotive who diagnosed a problem with our car and told us to go back to previous shop. Honest people! You have a new customer for life!

  • Roses to the people in line turning onto 56th Avenue off the new overpass on 196th Street. In a low car, I did not see the turning lane was closed. I was also preoccupied, thinking about my mom’s chemo. To the lady in the white car who honked and gave me the finger? Roses to you for making me realize how ugly that gesture is!

  • Buckets of bouquets of roses to the South Fraser Community Band for their delightful performance at Kiwanis Park Place on July 30. Their playing was hot, even hotter than the very high temperature in that courtyard.

Rotten Tomatoes

  • Rotten tomatoes to the neighbourhood parking hogs in East Clayton. You are not entitled to the street parking in front of your home. You do not own the street or 14 spaces in front of your home. It is public property, therefore anyone can park there at anytime. Don’t be such a bad neighbour.

  • Rotten tomatoes to our neighbour whose small dog gets out, or is allowed out, to poop all over everyone’s lawns. Even if they are unaware that this is going on, they are very ignorant.

  • Rotten tomatoes to the people who wrecked our shed and stole our lawnmower. Thanks to you, my son is now scared to go into our backyard alone because he thinks you’ll come back. I am a firm believer in karma. You’ll get yours one day.

  • Rotten tomatoes to neighbours whose sports balls bounce off the neighbour’s house and land in their yard. The soccer ball that bounced of the railing of the deck at the back of my house will find its way to the donation bin. You are trespassing when you enter the yards of neighbouring homes.

Send your roses or rotten tomatoes to edit@thenownewspaper.com and watch for them here and in Thursday’s Now.

Send your roses or rotten tomatoes to edit@thenownewspaper.com and watch for them here and in Thursday’s Now. – See more at: http://www.thenownewspaper.com/roses-and-rotten-tomatoes-july-30-2015-1.2016148#sthash.YEmBzXNp.dpuf

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