Let's take another brief voyage into the delusional mind of our Hero:
We took one of our occasional glances at the FIDO website.
"We"? Again with the pronoun trouble. "The Committee" is Orrin sitting with his face 2 inches from his screen trying to count the number of "Black" people in photos posted to FIDO's website.
"one of our occasional glances at the FIDO website"
HA! Orrin is so obsessed with the good people of FIDO and their organization that he could recite the entire FIDO website backwards in his sleep.
Encouragement to take out dog licenses. But nothing about dogs not allowed
off-leash unless they are licensed, which in fact is the law.
Gee Orrin, if you want to get technical, dogs in NYC are ALL supposed to be licensed, whether they are on leash or off leash. Why do you make the distinction and why should FIDO? FIDO actively encourages all dog owners to license their dogs, and in fact, at their monthly Coffee Bark get togethers in the Long Meadow, has for years had dog license applications available on the tables.Clearly, our Hero is reaching for anything possible to criticize, when there's nothing to criticize. Reminds us of the bizzaro emails floating around the Internet slandering a certain presidential candidate. Orrin likes to take the Rovian approach.
1. Pictures of FIDO’s tenth anniversary celebration. Except for a state senator
who spoke at the celebration, everyone in each of the pictures is white.
Yes, except for that state senator, and except the scores of other African Americans out of the crowd of hundreds there to celebrate FIDO's anniversary. But how could you know that, Dear Orrin, because you weren't even there. So instead, you choose to make up your racist "facts" whole cloth. But why let that stop you?
That aforementioned state senator was there, in fact, Dear Orrin, to praise FIDO and its multicultural welcoming outreach to all communities in Brooklyn. But that doesn't quite fit into your vile racism does it? Dear Orrin's like a reporter for a newspaper who glances at secondary sources and then tries to write a story--WITHOUT EVEN BEING THERE. Of course, our Dear Orrin would never have the cojones to actually come out from behind his tree to actually hear the good Senator praising the organization that Orrin so maniacally hates.
And of course, our Dear Orrin willfully ignores all the other photos on the FIDO site and on other NYC offleash sites that show African Americans, Asians, and people of all abilities, disabilities, ethnic groups and social classes responsibly enjoying legal Off-leash Hours policy. Don't count those "Black" people Orrin, it completely refutes your Cynical Bogus Racist Ploy.
Keep up the racism Orrin, you simply discredit anything you say. Also keep analyzing every pixel on the FIDO website. You might learn something that isn't processed through your scheme to slander your neighbors.