Brenda Malloy is asking for help in finding the Buddha statue that disappeared from the front lawn of her shop, IMAGINE, on Rocky Neck, sometime yesterday. Brenda’s mother gave her the statue 11 years ago when she first opened her shop, and it has adorned her front lawn ever since.
I’m not sure how someone walks off with a 50lb 18″ high cement statue in the middle of the day, but they did. If you saw anything, please let Brenda know.
I don’t know what is going on that people think they can just walk up and take someone else’s property like that.
GloucesterCast Podcast Episode 11
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Taped August 29, 2011 with hosts Joey Ciaramitaro From GoodMorningGloucester.org and Kenny MacCarthy from www.CapeAnnInfo.com
Literal Guy, Hurricane Irene Round Up, Crazy Weather Guy Tomatoes, Buddha, Llama Marut and The Summer Retreat,Blog Notes, Kenny’s Property Management Tips For The Fall.
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Jimmy looks like a stuffed sausage in that t-shirt. Probably should have gotten an xxl
Photo by E.J.
That Joey C. is down with Buddha? In case you can’t read his t-shirt, it says: “Buddha is my Homeboy”. He had it made at Palazolas Sporting Goods and he tells me that the people at Palazolas had the lettering done in 15 minutes. Now that is service you won’t find at a chain store.
Rubber Duck: “So why are you always laughing Siddhārtha?”
Buddha: “I am eternally cracking myself up when I remember that I died after eating a sketchy pork sandwich.”
Rubber Duck: “You should have ordered the lobster roll.”
Buddha: “No celery, right?”
Rubber Duck: “Just a touch of mayo. Omy Om. Nirvana.”