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As viewers know, I have been the lead gardener in the public garden space on Albany Street. My sunflowers have become tourist attractions.
Well, because my muckraking has exposed scams perpetrated by the Sheldon Silver establishment, and many of the garden founders are part of the Lower Manhattan machine of corruption, the founders have been hostile to me.
Mike McCormick, a corporate lawyer from Yale, and one of those founders, emailed me in Ohio back in February to inform me that he was not renewing my contract to garden. I shot back with a litany of reasons why I would sue him.
Today for the first time, I saw my old garden plot. They blinked and never reassigned it.
One of my zinnias must have dropped some seeds, so that is all that grows. I really enjoyed seeing how my neighbors took over my tradition and are now growing sunflowers. Perhaps this was an homage to moi?
Anyway, the moral of this story is don’t f*ck with Greer. When are these local corrupt Democrats going to learn? It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.