Pictured: Goose laying eggs on Palm Sunday in the middle of USR pond filled over the weekend by Toll Brothers with heavy construction mud.
by Derek Michalski
Upper Saddle River NJ, Blue Laws violated again by Toll Brothers in Bergen County. Why Toll Brother have no respect for our environment is obviously clear to anyone who followed the story of Apple Ridge a/k/a Preserve? But why Toll Brothers brakes social norm, respect for our believes and our religion is beyond comprehension. Perhaps if Satanism was allowed on the premises of Toll Brothers Bergen Sheriff and Jim Tedesco would act but because Blue Laws are broken almost every other Sunday nobody gives a damn…………..very sad state of Bergen County we are entering, very sad indeed.
In the meantime the Symbolism of Palm Sunday continued in Upper Saddle River yesterday. While pumps at Toll Brothers we’re pumping “colloidal clay” into Pleasant Brook all weekend (included sacred for Catholics Palm Sunday) we took a break in documenting the environmental carnage. We behave in the spirit of religious tradition and followed the well established Blue Laws in Bergen County. Why Toll Brothers is exempt from following the Blue Laws is an interesting question.
But let’s focusing more on symbolism of Easter Week. Did you know that:Eggs have long been a symbol of life and rebirth. Painting and dying eggs pre-dates Christianity. Polish folklore has the Virgin Mary offering eggs to the soldiers guarding Christ on the cross, as she begged them to be merciful, her tears left stains on the eggs.” Pictured below USR goose laying egs in the middle of muddy pond. Even on Palm Sunay Toll Brothers pumped heavy mud into Pleasant Brook.
More about Blue Law:
Blue law – Wikipedia
Blue laws, also known as Sunday laws, are laws designed to restrict or ban some or all Sunday activities for religious reasons, particularly to promote the observance of a day of worship or rest. Blue laws may also restrict shopping or ban sale of certain items on specific days, most often on Sunday…en.wikipedia.org