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The art of surviving in Federal Way | Letter

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Here we go again. A German is tired and fed up of all the Performing Arts and Conference Center discussions.

First, I must say I’m very proud of the Federal Way Mirror - what I read today - they treat everybody the same fair way - very neutral in reports of politics, racist or something else. Keep up your good work.

Now, I have to say, I’m so tired of reading about the Performing Arts and Conference Center. The city has no money to waste and I really must say, the whole city itself is an art center. Downtown is the art of a grease pot and a shopping mall. You should check out the art of the homeless camps, more than 20 in the city.

Also, the surrounding art of garbage and human waste, don’t forget the art of begging in front of the liquor store, on the street corners. Don’t forget the art of corruption and criminal actions of school board officials just convicted.

Also, there is the art of wasting money from the taxpayers who have no chance to vote for what the millions of dollars are used for. I must myself be an artist to see all the shadow beauty of this city.

The promises of the mayors what they never hold as soon as they are voted in - they change their minds and, and, and. I really love the art. When we don’t stop all this nonsense, we have to learn the art of surviving.

Lothar Gauf, Federal Way


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