Listening to John Diliberto, Smiling, & Free Work Rebuilds Rockford’s Less Traveled Roads & Mostly Broken Homes

Listening to John Diliberto, Smiling, & Free Work Rebuilds Rockford’s Less Traveled Roads & Mostly Broken Homes

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Rockford, IL – The regional recession that began in the late 1970s for Rockfordians emotionally prepared the city for it’s final bow over the last ten years.  Economists (US Dept. of Labor) and publications (Forbes) have been hinting for 40 years that we’re mathematically done for, but the people of Rockford have chosen to think otherwise.   Obliterated by the reality of destitution, once-middle-class Rockfordians have been on a new aged mission to cover up their financial disparity, high unemployment, low ambitions, and overall pathetic quality of life with positive feelings (also know as emotions that are completely void of logic), candles, t-shirts and art – if not a healthy cash flow. Dr. Leo Clueless, the President-Elect of the United States of Rockford’s Housing Authorities, offered RKFDnews.com some insight on the community’s new aged positive thinking movement:

According to Rockford's Housing Authority President, listening to John Diliberto (pictured above) on Dekalb's 89.5 FM, northern IL's NPR affiliate, can help Rockford, IL rebuild the city with smiles and free work.

According to Rockford’s Housing Authority President, listening to John Diliberto (pictured above) on Dekalb’s 89.5 FM, northern IL’s NPR affiliate, can help Rockford, IL rebuild the city with smiles and free work.

“I was shocked at the lack of smiles on peoples faces when I moved here a few years ago.  The Online University of Phoenix taught me as a business leader to teach you to smile when you are down and out–especially when math and logic makes no sense, or cents! Dark nights and poorly lit streets are causing sadness and violent behaviors to run rampant. Smile and everything will be alright is what I’ve learned.  Listen to Yanni  or John Dileberto if you need music to smile during dark times in the city.  They are very good for Rockford’s soul.

The spiritual host of “Echoes”‘ radio show, John Dileberto, helps me every night when Rockford’s problems tries to get me down.  Mr. Diliberto makes me smile and when you smile in return, the community smiles. If you are broke, fix it with a smile and listen to “Echoes” every night.

Smiles are contagious.  If you need help building your own dream business for free at the expense of your fellow unemployed friends and family, smile when you ask them to volunteer their time to work for you, for free.  Free smiles equal free work.  Keep busy and before you know it, WE CAN rebuild Rockford with our smiles!”

Yes, we can’t make more jobs that can pay people with cash money, but WE CAN attend online universities to learn how to smile and work for free when math is too confusing.  WE CAN make someone else’s American dreams come true for free!  Little dreams and big smiles are rebuilding Rockford for the next generation’s generation’s offspring’s offspring. Click here to find John Diliberto’s radio show “Echoes” if too much logical thinking gets you down; and, don’t forget to buy a positivity candle before you tune in and drop out.

You will learn more when we know less.™

– JoAnne Rankles

 

 



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  1. Matt Makris 4 November, 2013, 19:46

    Maybe if someone made a bunch of candles with labels promoting positivity, Rockford would be in better shape.

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    • RKFD NEWS GOD 5 November, 2013, 10:57

      Bright positive lights for dark negative nights…
      because the mayor and city council voted to have 20% of the street lights turned off last year.
      A wonderful move by the politicians to help criminals and handicap the community along with our law enforcement officers.

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