play a game, check FB, email.
Then I saw the emergence of the deal to sell back property to a man who lost his family's legacy to a delinquent tax lien sale by the town.
It was a feel good rare kind of never happens fairy tale thing,
if it were not for things like lawyering, which I guess had to be a part of it.
So I looked for clever tweets to re-tweet thus saving my tired mind from being creative.
Found not a one worth retweet. all pretty snotty, snarky,empty.
newspapers make money on tax sales..legal notices, gossip, shame and icky stuff,
It would be up to me to set the record straight...
I am proud of Governor Shumlin for giving this man back his property.
Not a political move, nothing really to gain.
It was cool. I am surprised. The lawyers need to find new work.
No long drawn out scandalous court case.
Now, time for Vermont Property Tax Reform...if not now, when...
Proud of Governor #Shumlin for selling property back to tax sale victim.Now time 4 VT Prop tax Reform.Stop sales of tax liens!
— Mary Gerdt (@marygerdt) August 14, 2013