Opinions in Oak Park, IL

With the criticism of Dan Moroney even coming from the Wednesday Journal it’s a wonder how anyone in Oak Park, Il can come to a compromise in regard to diversity and creating a statement on how to proceed with a plan of inclusion. But these are the people chosen by the residents of this village to lead and make the decisions.

Expenditures on Rush Oak Park’s revamped Emergency room plus a new six story parking garage to help with the extra congestion to a renewed way to deal with making decisions for the curriculum of the OPRF freshmen class. There are always differences of opinion, however with those opinions should come solutions as always with Oak Park, IL this article gave a vote of “No” to all of these issues. But no way to fix the issues that were discussed.

Please read this opinion piece so that you too, can see what type of bullshit exists in Oak Park, IL. It does give valid points, but the lack of solutions is just disheartening, and it makes this village just another part of the politically idiotic spectrum. Nor does it make the village anything special it is just part of the county’s (cook) dismal fabric.

Here is the short article taking about the points happening in Oak Park, IL:

https://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/10-22-2019/Always,-it-is-about-control/

On leave….

Well think what you may a person is innocent until proven guilty. Of course not in Oak Park, IL when a teacher is given a “leave” under “unspecified allegations” ..wow.  Great wording so if the person is guilty, we think “knew it” because such wording strengths our bias, if they are innocent this statement still affirms that the person is guilty of something. And when it comes to kids we always think the worse i.e.: referencing gossip in a letter to parents always helps create MORE gossip than it should.

It seems to me that is how Oak Park, IL deals with a situation like this: 1. tell everyone not to gossip, 2. keep everyone in the dark and 3. then go on like nothing has happened… these are the leaders making decisions to help educate the next generation people! Racism in the school? Let’s shoot out a letter saying there’s no racism in Oak Park, IL, then everyone, move on. Poof problem solved. Not saying the teacher is guilty or not, but this does not help with this situation or if any scenario any of us thought of in regard to this person being placed on leave in the future. I mean, it could something as tedious as lying about certification, to knocking little old ladies down in the park. Fueling the imagination and dealing with it in an unprofessional manner does not help the situation at all. But rarely in Oak Park, IL when the shit the fan does anyone act with any sense. Of course, we may say that happens anywhere, but that too also adds to the problem not solve it.

Here is the link discussing briefly about the “leave”:

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/oak-park-river-forest-high-school-teacher-on-leave-561442031.html

“Back on racism” in Oak Park, IL

In the article “Back on the racism-monitor beat “the author states various things that seem ridiculous to most people who do not deal with racism on a daily basis. As you look at the comments you see authors that just do not get it and are simply tired of being labelled as racists and a few of them give a solution to combat racism in Oak Park, IL and do acknowledge it. Of course, theses authors who hate to be called racist forget the happenings at the local school and the racist gestures that contributed to the reprinting of the 2019 yearbook. Which in turn is a cost turned over to the taxpayers. That should be enough to get them off their asshole chairs and want to look into getting the perception of Oak Park, IL being racist changed.

The article no matter how you look at it does start a discussion, about how Oak Park, Il should REALLY look at itself and how it is perceived by others. Now there is that whole “who gives a shit” attitude (anger), denial of the facts, I could go on, but it sounds like I am talking about the grieving process and not how Oak Park, IL looks at itself or is it both? Is there a grieving amongst resident of how the pristine image of Oak Park, IL is cracking under the pressure of evidence, the facts and the truth? The author mentioned the mayor’s poorly written article about Oak Park, IL (…it was, I read it), it does give a look into how the village demonstration looks at the current racial problems in the village and maybe that is part of the problem?

At least this article starts a discussion and gives us all a good look at how there are extreme on both sides of this debate, sides that take somethings to the extreme or are just plainly ignorant of racism in today’s society. Ignorant to the point that they compare “other groups of minorities” to what they believe are superior and infer that (for example) the African American community are too incompetent to do what “the Asian, Latin, and Indian kids…” are able to “figure… out: If that does not say racist I do not what is (thanks for outing yourself). It notes how the village administration has no idea what it is talking about when it comes to dealing with racial diversity and therefore is not the leadership this village needs to get by this challenge and heal as a community. Because instead of giving us this begone era shit it should as one commenter stated come up with a statement about racial equity and get on with it.

It is not Shakespeare or Hemingway, but they are correct. Anyone who worked in a corporate environment or been a part of a great relationship or marriage knows the best way to make things better to work on problems that threaten that relationship or organization, is just admit it the issues and start the building or solution process.  This is what Oak Park IL needs to do just shut the fuck up admit there is an issue and get on with the work. As one of my friend use to say to me: “if there is a large group of various individuals, that keeping mentioning that something is a problem or will become an issue you can be believe it is an issue…” meaning Oak Park, IL can get pissed about being called racist all they want but stop denying there is a problem and shut up and work on being part of the solution, not a part of the problem.

Here is the article mentioning the view of this racial argument:

https://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/6-12-2019/Back-on-the-racism_monitor-beat/

OPRF students help against domestic violence

I recently read an article about students from Oak Park River Forest raising money to combat domestic violence because they were inspired by a speaker after a domestic abuse survivor shared her story at a school event. Specifically, the student members of the Business Club raised $400 for Sarah’s Inn which is a local organization that assists families that are impacted by domestic violence.

Two fantastic things here, first, with all the news recently about kids and Oak Park, IL has been about racism, yearbooks and such it is great to know that there are some great kids out there. Young adults I should say, that will take the lead against issues that face everyday citizens such as domestic violence and try to do something about it.

Second is Sarah’s Inn to know that there is such a resource within the village is great to know about. It is not really an organization one finds out about unless you are in a situation that you need to find an organization that can help you of your plight.  Sometimes we might hear of an organization like this from media outlets and its usually because the organization is having a fundraiser to gain funds for their everyday operations that we only know about it in passing. Therefore, we do not register that an organization like this exists within our area and could still use the assistance of everyday people like the student of Oak Park River Forest’s Business Club. The same Business club who came out in a big way Kudos!

This is the link to Sarah’s Inn, here victims of domestic abuse can find the help and resources they need in the Oak Park area:

https://sarahsinn.org/

Here is the article talking about how OPRF students are raising money to combat domestic violence:

https://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/6-11-2019/OPRF-students-raise-money-to-fight-domestic-violence-/

No hate in Oak Park?

So, there is no hate in Oak Park? Hahaha I have said it before and I will say it again. Oak park, IL is full of hypocritical bullshit. Thanks to the 14-year-old racist that proved me right. Nothing of consequence will happen to this kid, and the village idiots will march about it. Of course, nothing will get done as always. Instead of doing the same old thing in Oak Park, IL the kid such be treated like an adult and smacked with a hate crime charge. That way it discourages future idiots from repeating similar stupidity.
But of course, this will be just swept under the rug and forgotten. So as long as the “hate has no home here” signs are up on Oak Park, Il lawns across the suburb and the burb’s residents look cool and trendy while real shit goes down. I mean if you waste all that money on creating these “hate has no home here” signs have the balls to follow through and drop the hammer when shit like this happens.
Several incidents should not be the requirement for something to be done, if you follow the mantra of the signs there must be zero tolerance. Unfortunately, that is, nor will be the case here this will be chalked up to “youthful indiscretion” or “kids being kids”. When in reality this is how idiots become emboldened. If they get away with it once they are likely to repeat their stupidity, and moreover once their peers see them get away with it, they too, are more likely to try their hands at stupid too.

Security cameras needed at OPRF.. why??

Every time I turn around I hear that the local high school needs something, if it is not a swimming pool, it’s a garage, if it’s not a garage, then the high school needs ovens and security cameras. I mean damn if it needs all this crap just tear the whole thing down! The construction of a new school will take about 5 years so send those kids to like Bellwood or CPS for a while, that will toughen them up to the point they wont need crossing guards at nearly every corner, and then bamm put the class of 2026 into the new school and get it over with.

I just hate hearing about how our taxes are consistently going to patch work for the Oak Park and River Forest High School, and this patch work always has inconsistencies that are mind blowing. For example, the high school was about to get an upgrade over the next five years, but now there is an additional 110 extra cameras that will be added. Come on, does that not sound like someone got a fat contract out of the village and is cashing in? I mean it is not like Oak Park, IL is the harbinger of crime, it is not the Austin area (they made sure of that with cul da sacs) or Englewood. So why is there an influx or increased need for security?

Are they importing/transferring inner city kids to the high school and they are worried about what might happen?  Did someone tell them that my westside ass lives in the area? It is not like the school has security to monitor these cameras in real time in case of an incident, the extra cameras will just be there to record the pre-event, event and the post event time lines, therefore what good is it? Why is it that the proposal cannot be audited or looked at to see what its original intent is supposed to be? There are so many questions, no answers, and large black holes of vagueness surrounding how this operation will unfold that it makes a local taxpayer wonder what the hell is going on here? Just Oak Park, IL being Oak Park, IL again

The article about the high school needing more shit:

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/oak-park/news/ct-oak-oprf-security-cameras-tl-0928-20170925-story.html

Oak Park, IL -Fourth of July: Best place for actual fireworks in this area is in Berwyn, not Oak Park, Il

Oh Man, I as I said in a previous post I hope Oak Park, Il had a better fourth of July parade. Mainly when you think of Fourth of July you think of “fireworks” that is not in the competencies of Oak Park, IL. The video I posted on youtube.com should show it is great for kids and that is about it. Not for drivers, adults (well maybe pedo bears) but not the explosiveness display most people like to see. Well, I did not go this year because of that, in fact, I went to my friend Sarah’s place in Berwyn, because Berwyn, Il has fireworks!

We were on the rooftop of her apartment building watching a clear view of the fireworks from Morton High School on Harlem Ave. I think she took video stingy ass. I was getting lit and trying not to fall off the damn roof. But it was a better alternative than running all the way to downtown Chicago or being with a ton of kids and pedos trying to get my drink on.

Therefore if you want to see a really Fourth of July celebration and see fireworks but do not want to get shot in Chi-Iraq I recommend this avenue of celebration INSTEAD of the one in Oak Park, IL if you are of the grown-up variety, Got kids though? stay in Oak Park, IL

Please note: I do know Oak Park, IL has fireworks at their high school as well, but I am factoring in also the times that were given: 7 pm (Berwyn) vs dusk-ish (Oak Park, IL); then adding the factors of traffic and transportation and things to do in that area afterwards. Oak Park, Il is really lacking in those areas I have mentioned in the latter.

Fourth of July parade in Oak Park, IL

Hey just in case you want to take in the Oak Park, Il Fourth of July parade that is on the 4th at 10 am click on the link below for more information. That post briefly goes into where the parade starts and ends, the parade starts at Ridgeland Avenue and Adams Street.

The fireworks or fireworks display is when the fuck ever “dusk” is, and in the football stadium of Oak Park and River Forest High School.

Click here for the tons of information that is provided by the village of Oak Park, IL (that is sarcasm) link on the link for the marvelous job the poster of this information did: http://www.oak-park.us/our-community/special-events/july-4-parade

Goosestepping in Oak Park, IL/Racist Graffiti at Oak Park-River Forest High School

Kind of funny, or ironic that a day after the Chicago Gay Pride Parade and a few after the End of Ramadan (Eid-al-Fitr) that the lobby of the Oak Park-River Forest High School has Swastika drawn in it. This type of graffiti defacement is nothing new nowadays in fact, it has become more commonplace recently, almost like people have the green light to be hateful.

The thing is will there be actual consequences for this type of behavior? Probably not. This lobby most likely has security cameras and the offender is (again) most likely recorded doing the deed. If it was not recorded or there are no cameras (I do not know firsthand, because I do not prowl around high schools), then someone probably saw something or the young idiot bragged to their friends about it. Either way, there are multiple ways to be caught for this offense and the offender should be expelled, and publicly shamed as a consequence so others do not idiotically follow in their footsteps.

However, as “liberal” as Oak Park, Il says it is they will definitely, just “talk” to this person after discovering who they are, without giving them a REAL education that such shit is not acceptable in the real world. That such actions once publicized can ruin employment opportunities and education ones, like those kids who had their acceptance letter revoked by Harvard. But Oak Park, Il is okay with fighting against and railing against injustice elsewhere so long as it is not in their own community.

Keeping the façade of the “welcoming” village on paper through 1-year leases to minorities and their “go green stances” but underneath they will cover for the little racists in their community. Cover them with excuses like “they are good kids really” “they have a lot of “______ (insert minority in the blank)” friends” or that it would be detrimental in some way to be too severe with the punishment because it would be a “blight” upon the community. In the end, Oak Park, IL will do what it always does talk the talk but will not walk the walk.

Here is the article from the Patch which discusses more about the Graffiti:

https://patch.com/illinois/oakpark/swastika-graffiti-defaces-oak-park-river-forest-high-school-lobby

Why the incumbent trustees are kicked out, a resident’s point of view

Oh man and I thought I hated Oak Park, IL you should really read the article on the Oak leaves (Oak Park’s “newsletter”) it is straight to the point letter on why the village board lost the elections! You can feel the hatred in every sentence! Obviously, there are issues with the Mayor and how he is developing Oak Park, IL then oh dog poop is another thorn in the side of the residents!

Oh, this author hates basically the same shit I do, no wonder why I have readers! There was such a hatred for the incumbents of this board during the election that the residents must have come out in droves to vote. Not only that but also sat down and wrote an article analyzing why the idiots who lost the election were fools to believe that they would win. Which in turn started a great discussion in the comment section about the issues facing Oak Park, Il, at least I am not the only one who see that this village is being fleeced.

Here click on the link regarding this fantastic article regarding this author’s opinion of the election: http://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/4-11-2017/Why-were-the-incumbent-trustees-defeated%3F/