Logic Quiz: True or false?
The Robert Moses Parkway is a road. True. (Documented fact, common sense).
The speed limit on the Robert Moses Parkway is 45 mph. True. (Documented fact).
The Robert Moses Parkway blocks access to the Niagara Falls, NY waterfront. True. (Documented fact).
The Robert Moses Parkway is an underutilized road. True. (Documented fact).
There are alternate routes to the villages north of Niagara Falls. True. (Documented fact.)
The Robert Moses is a redundant road. (Documented fact)
Removing the Robert Moses would provide access to the waterfront. True. (Documented fact, common sense).
Removing the Robert Moses would redirect traffic onto Main Street and every business district in Niagara Falls. True. (Documented fact, common and good business sense).
Total removal will cost less than keeping and maintaining or rebuilding the Robert Moses Parkway. True. (Documented fact, common and good business sense).
So therefore the conclusion made by New York State Parks and the City of Niagara Falls is:
Removing the Robert Moses and replacing it with a different road a few feet away—speed limit of less than 45 mph—that will continue to bypass Main Street and every other business district in Niagara Falls, NY is a well thought out, fiscally responsible, and a sound business idea. True or False?
This is the logic part. True? Or False?
It’s reflects what’s wrong with Niagara Falls, NY: a lack of common sense, fiscally irresponsible, business sense.
There’s something in the water in the falls.
Epiphany: Now I get it, why key decision makers destroyed my Wild Ones Chapter, terminated my lifetime membership and my seat as a National Board Director. I can think.
Plus, I did my homework.