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Re: “A contrarian view of 'Extreme Makeover'

How easy it is for folks who did not have to endure the nine days of torture that those in closest proximity to "the house" did and then to point fingers and accuse those of us who did of being "overly perturbed." I would love to see how benevolent they are after 9 days of sleep deprivation (work went on 24/7 with huge trucks with back up horns sounding all through the night), not being able to park in front of your own home (as-well-as having your vehicle damaged in a hit and run), having family and friends turned away from coming for a visit, neighborhood dogs constantly barking at gawkers, and the litany goes on and on...but not wanting to risk being called "overly perturbed" I will cease the listing of offenses. But I would like to ask Savannah as a whole to quit being such sheep. Ask yourselves the question(s) "why rain so much on this one family?" I mean seriously--one child's bedroom is a fairy princess room complete with a treasure trove room that has costumes in it and the other child has a room with plasma TV's installed OVER their bed? This type of largess is not warranted for ANY reason and with it--a dozen more families, who were truly in need, could have received help. When this family sells this house in 5 years or less for $500,000--they will laugh all the way to the bank! Wake up Savannah--quit being sheep.

Posted by Ashley Wood on 12/12/2010 at 12:45 PM

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