Thursday, December 04, 2014

HOLIDAY LIGHTS IN VETERANS PARK (PHOTOS)

The holiday lights are up in Veterans Park in downtown Bethesda. Pick up a holiday coffee from Starbucks across the street, and check them out at the corner of Woodmont and Norfolk Avenues in the Woodmont Triangle.


17 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG, please stop. We don't need to know every time a traffic light changes colors.

Anonymous said...

[CITATION PLEASE!]

Anonymous said...

Huh?! A traffic light? This story is about holiday lights. Wake up!

Steve D. said...

"OMG, please stop. We don't need to know every time a traffic light changes colors.

1:00 PM"

Sure we do. Always nice to see holiday lights in Bethesda.

Anonymous said...

Several hundred bright lights...

...and one dim bulb.

Anonymous said...

WHY DID YOU NOT REPORT ABOUT HOLIDAY LIGHTS AT PIKE AND ROSE!?

What is your agenda you slime? I despise you.

Anonymous said...

No coverage at all of Pike and Rosie since November 2, two days before the election. Coincidence?

Anonymous said...

Will anyone help me create a blog that reports on Bethesda Hyper Local news?

I hate this guy so much. I want him to be washed away by the sands of time and forgotten.

No one should speak the name Dyer ever again.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post. I'm gonna hop in my car and go check out the lights. Nothing like 5 little trees with tiny white lights in the middle of a traffic triangle.

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Robert Dyer said...

5:42: I did have a report on holiday lights at Pike & Rose with many photos. You must have missed it.

Robert Dyer said...

11:38: Oh, good, now you're on the record again bashing the Bethesda community. That should really help in your PR campaign.

Anonymous said...

Bah humbug! LOL.

Steve D. said...

A lot of Scrooges in the crowd.

Woodmont said...

Just what the world needs, another inferior copycat clone of Robert's site. Good luck anonymous.

foreverealm said...
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foreverealm said...

9:52: "DYER."

Robert Dyer rocks.
He is unforgettable.
Most of all, apparently, to you.

How hard you work, on a daily basis, to hate him. (Do you not realize: The opposite of Hate is not Love; it is Apathy. Hate and Love can be very closely related. And both require passion.)

The sad irony for you is that if you wish for Robert to be forgettable, you ought lead by example and simply forget him. Yet you can't.

I was going to cheekily suggest the 12-Steps meetings at the Del Ray Club on Clarendon; but I don't think it is useful to poke at someone that truly has a problem. 

Seriously. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for most of us. Whatever your actual issue is... it certainly is not Robert Dyer. Please get some help with your raging angst, and let your heart grow 4x larger. 

Life is short, and we should make what moments we have more, not less, precious.