We're excellent when it comes to growing vegetables, and if you have any doubt about that, read on:
Metro Council Goals and Objectives
Metro's culture is creative, flexible, entreprenurial, incorportates fresh ideas, and supports reasonable risk to successfully respond to a dynamic and changing environment.
Okay. If they say so. Let's back up a bit: is there such a thing as a static and changing environment? Or a dynamic yet unchanging environment?
You're paying these folks a boatload of money, and they come up with this junk as part of the "work" that they're tirelessly performing on your behalf?
Time for a show of hands: is there anybody - other than the Metro council - who believes that Metro has demonstrated any of the following: creativity, flexibility, an entreprenurial (business-friendly) perspective? Second show: anybody who believes that Metro has "responded successfully" to anything?
Okay, third show: anybody believe that Metro is just another money-grubbing, money-wasting , unneeded extra layer of government?
Oh, and fourth show: anybody believe that Metro has any "culture" other than porking out at the trough?
Actually, anybody that voted "yes" on the fourth item is absolutely correct - Metro does have a culture. And it's far more toxic than botulism. It's time to sterilize the large Petri dish in which it continues to grow.