DC Citizen is a conspiracy theorist in the neighborhood:
That’s what happens when you don’t pay for your drugs. This was clearly not random. You simply cannot take care of yourselves and GU is in denial. We are sick and tired of being your baby sitters.
And then gets slammed down by DR:
@DC Citizen just summarized the attitudes of the BCA, CAG, and most of the ANC: In every situation, just mindlessly blames Georgetown University and its students, while showing no concern for safety, civil rights, or the truth in any way. DC Citizen, you and people who share your views (e.g., Lenore Rubino, Ed Solomon, Ron Lewis) are the problem in the neighborhood, not the students.
Burleith neighbor doesn’t like this Suess-hat business:
Just another example of Georgetown getting out of control and disturbing the neighborhood. Breakfast at Midnight?! Do we live in an anarchic society run by Satanists? Did Dr. Olson present that hat to the ANC for approval? It’s not in the minutes. I will not be satisfied until Dr. Olson is forced to live on-campus on a cot in Sellinger Lounge. Until then, I’ll be sure to call 911 whenever I see such outrageous behavior embodied by this man eating silently in a corner with a silly hat on.
@George now understands the Not (name) game:
Thanks George. I was confused. I thought “Not Lenore Rubino” meant “Lenore Rubino.” Thanks for clearing that up for me. If only “The VOX” were so incisive.
This post by Dizzy should be linked to in all other campus plan posts:
One scarcely knows where to begin addressing this monstrosity.
“housing one hundred percent of the undergraduate students on campus has been found to be the most effective means of controlling student behavior”
I’m sorry, since when is it part of the DC Office of Planning’s mission to control the behavior of DC residents? Can you imagine what would happen if they included a line like that in a report on a public housing complex, arguing that a certain design was proven to be the most effective means of controlling residents’ behavior? DOJ Civil Rights would be opening an investigation faster than you can say “the real estate agents got the Harriet Tregoning.”
This report is, quite possibility, the stupidest thing the District of Columbia government has ever produced.