Or you'll do what, make fun of him on TV?

okay, now you've done it, now you've made me really mad!

okay, now you've done it, now you've made me really mad!

Hollywooders flock to D.C. to attend women's protest march and while they're at it, "warn" Trump not to cut federal funding for government art.

This sounds very much like the never/Trumper Republicans now whining about not being invited to join the administration. Face it: if Trump had needed the Republican establishment, mainstream media or the entertainment industry to win, all the window smashing and car burning that took place last night wouldn't have happened. 

So f' off. 

Missed this transaction yesterday

10 Sidney Lanier Lane

10 Sidney Lanier Lane

10 Sidney Lanier Lane, $2.595 million, has a pending sale. The sellers bought this 1964 contemporary for $2.750 in 2003, renovated it, and put it back up for sale in 2013 for $3.495. It took nearly four years, and various markdowns to its basic land value (it's also listed as land), but it's found a buyer. 

I've always liked the place, and have said so here over the years as it's sat on the market, but my guess is that someone will raze it and put up a new house on its (very nice) two acres.

Now who knows why a street in Greenwich was named after a Confederate blockade runner? I think I was told the answer, long ago, but if so, I've forgotten.

You can't keep a bad idea down

We'll mke it  magnet school, and the state will pay for it

We'll mke it  magnet school, and the state will pay for it

Selectman Tesei is back for another stab at a NW fire station, this time in the guise of an allocation of $70,000 to "study" the need for one.

"The idea's been voted down repeatedly," Tesei admitted to FWIW, "but the back country wants one, and I want the back country - who do you think funds our party? So yeah we're back, and we'll keep coming back until we get this. Think Byram Pool, or the high school performance hall."