Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "It Was Not Said By Me":
"I did not say that . You did."
you never really say what you intimate with your word-craft.
don't deny this. Clearly Pirri, like every other council member that you have
EVER sat with, is not liked by you. "Boy Wonder"??? That's a insulting statement
You really are a rude woman.
My sister Kathleen trained to be a registered nurse at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. It was a form of indenture.
Probationers did full shifts on the wards and attended lectures on time off.
My sister was two years older than me. She often came home and recounted lectures she had attended
For example; a person preparing for a job interview, has something in their record they would not want to be revealed. It would inevitably be the first thing blurted out. Because it's there, in front of their mind. That lecture must have been associated with human behaviour
Years later my sister would be infuriated when I remembered something she had learned and forgotten .
Paul Pirri kept no secrets about his personal status when he was a candidate. Everyone knew his age, that he was just finishing his education , that he is single and lives with his parents.
He missed his cousin's wedding when Council had the orientation week-end. His mother was displeased about that . As I would have been.
On Tuesday, he joked to everyone's amusement, the Director might use an unemployed Councillor to put up the signs on Mark and Spruce Street.
On the other hand, I am seldom accused of not saying what I think. I draw word pictures. And yes, I stop short of telling others what to think.
Likely some people dislike me because of it.
Many would suggest being blunt is less than mannerly.
In some circumstances,they might be right. In others they might not.
That being said, I do not suggest the electorate had no right to elect Paul Pirri to public office. The decision was not his. It was theirs.
Someone else did that.
I merely published the comment.