DARIEN: "Sorry I couldn't make it. I'm busy occupying my desk. At my job. Where I do work. To pay taxes. To support. Folks protesting me. That want more of my money. While doing nothing. If anyone of them are serious about wanting work, I need some brush cleared in my yard. I'd be happy to pay minimum wage. If they don't accept the offer. They don't really want to work. They just want free handouts." This was one which took place at on Wednesday.
GREENWICH: "'Occupy Your Education'... the message from Director of Admissions at an Open House at a progressive college to their prospective applicants. They want the candidates to OWN THEIR application process, not to be swayed to apply where their parents or guidance counselor want them to go. This college wants students to apply with their own voice and want their passion and creativity to shine through. They made fun of kids who are professionally prepared for interviews; colleges don't want prepped answers; this is not JEOPARDY or a game show... " This was one Greenwich Patch reader's response to an .
NEW CANAAN: "The problem with the unions is that they have far outlived serving any sort of meaningful purpose so their primary now seems to be to keep themselves in existence. I'm not sure how many officers are on the NC force but if there were 80, each could have received a $500 bonus instead of the union costing the town $40,000 in legal bills. The real winners here are the lawyers! It's time for the public unions to go. Most officers in our town and elsewhere just want to do their job and get paid a competitive wage and don't want to get involved in this nonsense with the unions. I cannot figure out why the public sector continues to think they should be exempt from things like market-based wages. The rest of us are. It's beyond absurd." This is one New Canaan Patch reader's response to news that the .