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somertimeoh wrote >>
Will do, but don’t get mad because you know I’m going to get all blushy because he’s got such a cute mug :)
I’m a converted Browns fan and my fav bar in OH is there so I mean, I don’t think it’s all bad, I swear!!
A CONVERTED Browns fan? Sorry to hear that. Who was your team before….and why on earth didn’t you just stick with them? WHO-DEY!October 1, 2009 7:25 pm at 7:25 pm in reply to: Five-Story Mixed-Use Apartment Building Proposed at High & North Broadway #305850
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Columbusite wrote >>
People usually use “funky” or “quirky” as adjectives to describe CV. Unfortunately, “prudish” and “puritanical” are also appropriate. I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that North Arlingtonville, err, Clintonville, that is largely responsible for keeping the neighborhood mostly dry. It looks like this block is also a victim of our so-called “smarter growth” policies. Subsidies for sprawling greenfield development vs brownfield/infill compounded with suburban parking requirements that have no place whatsoever in an urban environment.
Oh god, shut up already.
+1. I guess those who want it to be dry are wrong? I’m a boozer just like the rest, but if the community wants it dry, then dry it is. If you don’t like it, don’t live or open a business there, simple. That being said, if you DO want it dry, then don’t complain that there aren’t businesses and restaurants willing to move into the empty spaces.