Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Nicely Done by Spasso Italian Grill on State Street


Spasso's new outdoor bar setting really hits the mark.  It's expected to be something like a "beer garden" but who wouldn't want to have a drink out here.  Well done!

Just as importantly, the wall of honor and plaques flanking both sides looks great!

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  1. Excellent job all around!

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  2. How are wheelchairs supposed to get in there?

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  3. So, wheelchairs are the only disability that works face challenges with that step? Maybe we should just ignore prosthetics? How about anyone else that wouldn't be able to clear that step? Should we also just ignore them?

    I question what human believes only those in a wheelchair face physicalor transportation challenges. Media is better than that. You don't belong in this loving, growing, and inclusive town.

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  4. If a wheelchair can get in there than most likely every Disability could duh!.

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  5. Not bad, Anon@6:46. However, progressives are sticklers for good grammar, syntax, and probably proofread their comments before posting. Have you ever noticed how multiple comments affirming the same view will appear on this blog, ALL with identical writing deficiencies? It’s kind of a give-away.

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    1. Lol. The bickering on this blog is silly. Clearly anon 6:46 succeeded in getting under your skin.

      Similarly, you likely got under my skin for saying progressives are sticklers for good grammar, etc. Not sure how you arrived at that conclusion.

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  6. It’s a simple formula, Anon: More education = more progressive! Toodles!

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    1. More education = more one-think & compliance = no resistance. Exhibit A: Everybody's Hometown

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  7. I think it's very telling that any time the military or public safety, be it police/fire/ambulance, comes up in any fashion there are few to no comments from the obviously very learned participants on this blog. Glad to see they kept the names or our military veterans on the wall. Sorry to see they didn't include the names of our firehouse life members and retired police officers. Those people have spent decades serving Media and the surrounding towns.

    Of course, most of your bloggers play lip service to our military vets (because it's politically correct from all sides), but seemingly not a one cares about our police or fire departments. Unless, like the mayor in Jaws, trouble swims up and bites them on the tush. (This excludes your little "support Media Police" banner, Ted, self-serving as it might be).

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    1. What are you talking about? I've done MANY posts supporting police and fire departments. How about this: Show me you're blog/website/posts where you do what you claim I don't. We'd all really like to see it.

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  8. Perhaps the police the fire departments need a new boss, someone that will give them the recognition they deserve
    How far did the 25 k go with the fire department ? A nice gesture but was it enough

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  9. We hung out at this place in evening last week before heading out to our next destination. While we were at event halls for rent here we found the service to be quick and attentive. Probably because it was early on a Friday and it was still kind of empty.

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  10. And they just finished up the base, added planter with flowers, and it looks even better and is much more visible to boot. Kudos to Spasso.

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