Monday, October 05, 2015

Butler Collegian Gives Thumbs Down To Blue Indy


The Butler Collegian's Blakely Heaton records her first experience with Blue Indy. The electric car sharing service doesn't get her recommendation to fellow Butler students.

11 comments:

C. Roger Csee said...

Gosh, that's really odd! I'm sure I saw "L'il Greg" the RINO Marine Mayor on the news saying that even the Council members "know" they like it, they're just being "political" about it.
It MUST be a great deal, or the mayor wouldn't break so many laws getting it rammed through!

Anonymous said...

Wow- that went well- not!

Anonymous said...

Had she done any research at all before venturing out, she would have found an enrollment kiosk at 635 W Hampton Dr, which I believe is pretty darn close to the Butler Campus. My take away was she had no problems with the car itself, she was just a little put-off by the foreigner with the silly headset assisting her with the enrollment process. Maybe she should stick to reviewing restaurants for the Collegian; "The food was good but the menu confused me! Therefore, I cannot recommend this restaurant to my fellow Butler students, Go Dawgs!"

Anonymous said...

CRC @ 6:03 may have a point... the Councilors may, deep down, actually like the utterly corrupt Blue Indy!... because the illegal unilaterally awarded Blue Indy batter powered rental car rental outlet stations are still there! But, hey, I TOLD YOU SO.

Powerless or perhaps useless City Council Counselors hoot, they howl, they scream, they say their hands are tied... and they allow a Mayor to often break criminal and civil law (as per their own General Counsel).

And they want we the unwashed to obey. What is wrong with this picture??? Why do we have a CC Council? Why do we have a Prosecutor? Why do we have laws? Why should we follow "their" laws when they refuse to do so? WHY?!?

Indy Student said...

She went to the enrollment kiosk that Blue Indy told her to go to. What did you expect her to do?

Anonymous said...

What is extremely sad for me in most of the commentary to this AI news report is that commenters mock the reporter but are miss the crucial point about Blue Indy.

Blue Indy, quite similar to Vision Fleet, is based upon criminality and corruption where only the intentional trampling of criminal and civil laws could establish a unilaterally awarded monopoly for a French billionaire corporatist... all paid for by Marion County taxpayers and voters. Blue Indy continues to this day because our City County Councilors- and the see-no-evil, do-nothing Democrat City Prosecutor- will not perform their duties for the voters who elected them.

Marion County is a cash register for establishment City politicians and connected, corrupt attorneys and corrupt attorney law firms who "advise" them.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:36. Help me understand what it is that motivates people like you to attack anyone who doesn't have a favorable of each and every boosterism stunt this city and it's incredibly insecure ruling class undertakes? Do you really think that her review damages Indy? Let me put it another way. Do you really think all this silliness and lawlessness being foisted on the taxpayer makes us world class? If so, LOL. I mean, really LOL.

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget that had she not already had a car of her own, she couldn't have easily gotten to the membership kiosk downtown. What a stupid system.

Gary R. Welsh said...

I think she hit the nail on the head when she suggested Uber was a better option for students when public transportation wasn't a viable option to get somewhere.

Anonymous said...

How are we letting this occur?

Why is this one company with a very weird car getting publicly funded on-street rental car stations when no other rental car company gets the same?

These cars should have their windows smashed until they pull them from the streets and force blue indy to operate a rental car yard just like Hertz.

Gary R. Welsh said...

Because we have a federal and state prosecutor who protect an elite few from prosecution for the theft of our public funds. That's why this is allowed to occur. There would have long ago been a grand jury convened to investigate the corruption in almost any other city in America. It doesn't help that our local news media aids and abets people in stealing our public assets.