So How Are the Cary Gravel Pit Opponents Videos Doing

Yesterday, I wrote an article on the Cary gravel pit opponents’ new web site.

They have picked up the name www.caryillinois.org.

How about that?

It sounds like the official web site for Cary, Illinois, doesn’t it?

It’s not.

It is skillful ridicule of the Cary politicians who want to put a gravel pit on the second side of Fox Trails subdivision.

Today, I thought I’d look at how the two videos that the group has produced. (Actually, it’s Bruce David Janu Janu who deserves the credit for this wonderful citizen guerilla warfare.)

Today, I thought I’d look at how the two videos that the group has produced. (Actually, it’s Bruce David Janu who deserves the credit for this wonderful citizen guerrilla warfare.)

The first one,

has been seen by 865 viewers. It gives the ownership of Meyer Material, the used-to-be local company in a most gripping manner. It was 789 when I last checked in on July 25th.

The main web site of the opponents is

The second video, “Beautiful Cary” is more into ridicule than information and it succeeds so well. 608 have viewed it so far, even though it is over 7 minutes long. It was 515 on July 25th.

I love the dust angle part.

So How Are the Cary Gravel Pit Opponents Videos Doing

Yesterday, I wrote an article on the Cary gravel pit opponents’ new web site.

They have picked up the name www.caryillinois.org.

How about that?

It sounds like the official web site for Cary, Illinois, doesn’t it?

It’s not.

It is skillful ridicule of the Cary politicians who want to put a gravel pit on the second side of Fox Trails subdivision.

Today, I thought I’d look at how the two videos that the group has produced. (Actually, it’s Bruce David Janu who deserves the credit for this wonderful citizen guerilla warfare.)

The first one,
“Cary, Illinois: A Gravel Pit Community?”
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6546217386573707509
has been seen by 865 viewers. It gives the ownership of Meyer Material, the used-to-be local company in a most gripping manner. It was 789 when I last checked in on July 25th. http://www.mchenrycountyblog.com/2007/07/cary-gravel-pit-video-wins-snarky.html

The main web site of the opponents is “Stop the Quarry in Cary.” http://noquarry.blogspot.com/

The second video, “Beautiful Cary” http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3261632258347602099 is more into ridicule than information and it succeeds so well. 608 have viewed it so far, even though it is over 7 minutes long. It was 515 on July 25th.

I love the dust angle part.

They have certainly got more 378 views that my YouTube posting of Crystal Lake Mayor Aaron Shepley and developer Bill Cellini talking about condemnation at the Wal-Mart shopping center have gotten.


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