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THE GREAT BEAVER…
Filed under: POLITICS
Posted by: J. P. Hogan @ 8:54 am

THE GREAT BEAVER AND THE BEAVER WARS

Filed under: 11/17/2010  at http://myblog.jphogan.org

— @jphoganorg @ 9:29 pm
Originally posted within a series soon after November 2010 elections.

THE GREAT BEAVER…

So it is told, so it was written.

This town of settled spirit still fresh with frontier sense and sensibilities does have its quirks, and sure has a few experts.

Once a new leader hit the tablets and presses or stories of just blaming the president before him, and this town was a laughing, this whole town was a laughing with their own sorts of “no he didn’t!”

Borough of Jeffersonville did have a down economic period with a noticeable reduction in economic “energy” and not at same time as other towns they were reading about.  They realized they had to look locally for the causes and that they did.

You heard told that most in borough have taken to carrying a piece of chalk with them at all times, yes?

Well, the year of the great Jeffersonville recession near the first “indicator” as it became that they found being forensic in their own markets was a reduction in sales of chalk at BBB - Beatrice Boxer Business of packing and supplies.

Really not since the first production of THE GREAT BEAVER AND THE BEAVER WARS, as written by Nancy Potter and directed by school’s teacher of English languages, as the first production at the then new Beaver Playhouse has the town had such a laugh, such a laugh as that again heard with stories of a new president blaming everything under the sun that was wrong on just the former president.  Jeffersonville just thought it had been written as humor, necessarily, they were not ready to fully question a new president.

See, Jeffersonville had long been of critical discussions of the tempestuous policies and politics of the president before the now before, and now with new president after such of same party as that of the before the before, the not blamed, also to speaking of not wanting an economy of booms and busts - an economy of even and scheduled and dictated growth and wages Jeffersonville readers just had to laugh.

See, Jeffersonville had long been wise to that the before the before to intentionally running a reckless boom economy around irresponsible budget cuts while with a specific effort in empowerment to encouragement of most in country to imprudent spending.

It just had to be a big joke like the first production of THE GREAT BEAVER AND THE BEAVER WARS, it had to be – the “boom economy” president, the before the before was with graphics showing policies three times above new president’s ideal scheduled “growth economy” and yet the before such only a single click below such - it just had to be a joke, this public attempt to blame just the president before.

The last thing Borough of Jeffersonville would attempt to market is an economy without booms and busts, and that while still a town worrying that the Iroquois 70 years war might actually not really be over yet.

Town governors of the town council did discern that the reduced chalk sales was now the “indicator” to watch before all others in the Borough of Jeffersonville if another recession to be averted.  Conclusions were reached after some casual studies not quite dispositions around boroughs kitchen tables and fires, and even regularly in the Gullybuck anteroom at Berliner Bakery at peak times for Gullybuck’s Coffee and Fancy Teas proprietry.  The Berliner has long also had a slate inside and outside for sense of community, but makes no use of it themselves for news, or broadcasts.

Town learned that they were late to learning that citizens had stopped carrying chalk and also stopped their spirit use of it.  Tow
used some story telling not issuance of new edicts to return sense of community around apt applications of eruditions in chalk, by many.

So it was told, so it had been written and produced with the direction of teacher Rosie Greenberg.

And so the town lost the carpenters they thought they had convinced to stay and stay after having been convinced and partly bartered into construction of the Beaver Playhouse.

Some say Nancy Potter doesn’t want carpenters regular in here’s
economy and say so remembering the days of the last carpenter migration were those she was still in the dress business.  Those who know the production and/or story of THE GREAT BEAVER AND THE BEAVER WARS are much in agreement, for it was just a couple days after opening night with such production until then well a town secret that those carpenters found themselves to the one all mocked by the town they had just built a playhouse in and they thought for, it was just a couple days until they to the one did pack up and leave in the dark of the night.

Some visiting carpenters have been known to laugh at later productions not knowing its bite was specific to some til then traveling carpenters lead to think to calling Jeffersonville home.  

The Beaver Wars did last at least 70 years and the play on opening night more than most did present to futility in building with so many beavers around.

Chief Beavertail gained the most in these fiascos for he was the property owner carpenters were seduced into building upon with their finest skill in barter for future trades with their new town.  Chief Beavertail really made out the best when the town decided he could rightfully be considered the owner of such building if only he were to pay the remaining debt for material and transit of such materials from mill a few days ride away.

What could THE COURANT CHRONICLE HERALD NEWS lead off with next paper but “If only Nancy Potter hadn’t rammed through an approval for THE GREAT BEAVER AND THE BEAVER WARS with the town governors as its opening production” - oy!

So it is told, so it was written?

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{For greater “context” you should visit http://myblog.jphogan.org and click on “November” in archives offering in left margins - that and scroll to near “Election Day 2010″ and find where the scene is set and characters introduced towards maybe a Ohio &  Kentucky centric new like “Little House on the Prairie” storification for our times.  Yes there are other pieces of political punditry maybe of interest as well just in that 2010 post election month of November.  I don’t recall if a discussion is there on how our Constitution is prefaced with its preamble to an “ordained” and how when signed by all with their subscriptions it was quite a Lordly wonder since they did so “ordain” our Constitution “in the Year of our Lord…” specifically with a Christian calender agreed to - so it seems.}

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