2008-07-04 / Letters

Watch Out For The Big One

Dear Editor,

Read about the sort of victory proclaimed by Richard George about his "forever" easements. History has record of many suits for the same reason… and lost in court… in favor of the realty interests. On the other hand, builders today are allowed to build in despicable and unheard of places… for eventual fun and profits by nepotism (if you will) in the courts. The stench from the bench is rising more and more! But when that "big one" hits the peninsula (could be this year) in the form of a tidal wave, or a category four or five hurricane… Mr. George will be very happy that the multi-story building

and others on the

beach will bear the brunt of the big one. But yours truly would not want to be on the site when that does happen!

And speaking of the big one! The other night I had a vivid dream which awakened me sweating! I was on the boards with a radio when a news flash stated that a tidal wave was on the way! All radios on the sand sounded like a PA system, and people laughed aloud. Noticing that the tide was slowly getting lower my legs began to transport me northward! As my "get the hell out of here" began, it was noticed that people of color were all over the sand simply watching the tide go out abnormally! Some were red, some green, the rest blue.

I ran into The Wave and gave that alarm and headed toward the back elevator to go up quickly (this is going against my grain of common sense!) Just before the door closed The Wave proper was deluded, and I saw a faceless person pull someone, also faceless, into the elevator as the doors shut. Then the elevator moved backwards as it tilted a little to the south. After this movement… I leaped out of bed sweating. Now for an interpretation:

The reds died, the yellows were severely injured, and the blues did survive. Save yourselves by using the stairs to go up, instead of an elevator coffin. The elevator wound up in the back alley, buried under building debris. Two persons died or drowned in the elevator… reason for facelessness. The tide drops drastically before the Tsunami hits, so keep an eye and ear open.

Lastly, I am happy to announce that Emil Robert Lucev III, my grandson, was ordered to the Eagel Scout Court of honor by the Boys Scouts of America, Troop 109-Suffolk County, New York. This took place on June 5, 2008. His younger brother Thomas Michael is climbing up the scout ladder also.


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