Friday, February 11, 2011
You don't need a catchy name or costume. Good citizenship begins when people feel responsible for their surroundings.
You don't need a fancy moniker to be important where you live. You need to enforce civility. Don't be shy. Speak your mind and act when a reaction is called for. When someone schemes to steal a pizza by blinding an innocent man, put the police on his trail. Flush out the scoundrel. Your neighborhood will be better for it.
Thanks to Uptown Messenger, we learn the good news about New Orleans Uptown. We wait for a similar, reliable news source downriver from Canal Street on the streets referred to as "North" hereabouts.