The Ole Seagull

I would vote for the $42.9 million school bond issue, but…

Posted in Branson,General,Opinion by The Ole Seagull on the March 27th, 2011

Different individuals could complete that sentence in a variety of ways most of which would not be timely or efficient in terms of solving the problem which is, in an Ole Seagull’s mind, “Making sure our ‘children’ and their teachers have physical facilities that will enhance the educational process not detract from it.” It’s obvious that it takes more physical facilitie (more…)

Can “cooperation” get Gov. Nixon $53 for every $1 he spends on tourism marketing?

Posted in Branson,Opinion by The Ole Seagull on the March 13th, 2011

One of the most honest statements the Ole Seagull has every heard, and one every business should be committed to is, “You have to spend money to make money.” You can’t win the lottery if you don’t buy a ticket; have a successful business if you do not invest in the product that the business is providing, the people providing it and its marketing or be successful in most other financial endeavors without spending money.

Are the insensitive “Cretins of Westboro” really the fault of our Forefathers?

Posted in Government,Opinion by The Ole Seagull on the March 6th, 2011

This week, in the case of SNYDER v. PHELPS ET AL, the U.S. Supreme Court proved one thing once and for all, our Forefathers made one huge mistake and in making it might very well have sowed the seeds that bode the end of this great nation. As used in this opinion the term “Cretin” is defined as “A stupid, vulgar, or insensitive person” and the t (more…)