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Crapola / Re: The Dickson Street/Downtown Fayetteville Thread
« Last post by Sus-Scrofa on Today at 09:52:31 AM »
All of those would look right at home next to Wal-Mart's normal neighborhood market design.
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Not sure. I walked out back to smoke and saw the gals husband in their driveway in his SUV and the cops walked up to him. He got out and they talked for 10 or 15 minutes. He then went inside and got his wife and she came out. The husband stood in the garage while they questioned her out by the street. After 20 minutes or so she was cuffed and stuffed.

Jules Verne ave?  Where is that in town?
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Crapola / Re: The Dickson Street/Downtown Fayetteville Thread
« Last post by chittlins on Today at 08:54:03 AM »
If I'm not mistaken, where wmtnm is going is currently zoned industrial. The property owners could put chicken plant there currently.

I disagree with you in that I believe the controversy around the rezoning has all to do with Wal-Mart. If WF was requesting that rezoning there would have been little if any controversy.  I also find it amusing that the opponents claim a WMTNM would be out of character. That area is a dump and has been for a long time. I didn't exactly see a lot of hippies lining up to purchase the property to develop it into an artist colony or anything. The Mill District and south Fay has been "redeveloping" for 15+ years. The vast majority of development has been in student housing due to campus growth and cheap real estate- not the "new urbanism" of that part of town.


My arguments is that business can and will do this. Lets get away from the Walkability term and just use the building forward term. Let's take Sonic for example


That's just a rendering, did it really get built? Why, yes it did.


How about behemoths like McDonalds? No problem


Wendy's? Yup
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Razorback Discussion / Re: The Awesome Thread
« Last post by Tonic on Today at 08:51:35 AM »
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Razorback Discussion / Re: Football Recruiting 2015
« Last post by Austin Nichols on Today at 08:49:31 AM »
I've been following all of the Texas/A&M recruiting follies with all of the interest of daytime TV, but it strikes me that a school that has made a living under-achieving with 5* talent, is all excited and giddy that they're loading up on, wait for it, 5* talent.

frick 'em.  Good gets on the guys who peaked in 9th grade.
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Crapola / Re: The Dickson Street/Downtown Fayetteville Thread
« Last post by likeupthisramp on Today at 08:35:26 AM »
I think the city does force some re-zones when they do "complete neighborhood plans".  The Walmart property lies just outside of, but also directly adjacent to, two other complete neighborhood plans.  I imagine the property owner didn't want to be included in either master plan.  If the city just failed to include the property as an oversight, then bad move by the city.

I'm sure WF will impact ONF and Richard's.  My point is that the C-2 format of the commercial development isn't out of character for the WF property, so there's not any controversy.  The Walmart is right acoss the street from a couple of art galleries, and a block or so away from single family homes, some of which are brand new infill.
If I'm not mistaken, where wmtnm is going is currently zoned industrial. The property owners could put chicken plant there currently.

I disagree with you in that I believe the controversy around the rezoning has all to do with Wal-Mart. If WF was requesting that rezoning there would have been little if any controversy.  I also find it amusing that the opponents claim a WMTNM would be out of character. That area is a dump and has been for a long time. I didn't exactly see a lot of hippies lining up to purchase the property to develop it into an artist colony or anything. The Mill District and south Fay has been "redeveloping" for 15+ years. The vast majority of development has been in student housing due to campus growth and cheap real estate- not the "new urbanism" of that part of town.
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Crapola / Re: The one person I would like to frick today is
« Last post by TexZilla on Today at 08:34:27 AM »
The girl in the insurance commercial talking to her friend about wrecking a car named Brad. 
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Crapola / Re: Best Restaurant
« Last post by TexZilla on Today at 08:31:22 AM »
We broke out a new wheel tonight:

No hair nets in the kitchen.
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Crapola / Re: on Rudolph
« Last post by TexZilla on Today at 08:28:57 AM »
Yes. I read that it follows Rusty's family and Ed Helms is starring as Rusty (Clark's son) and that Chevy Chase will make a cameo but will not be starring in the movie.  It's basically a re-boot of the franchise.  And it will probably suck.   

 The important issue is who plays Rusty's wife and if she gets with it.  Let's be honest.  The original sucked with the exception of the Wagon Queen, honky lips, and the magnificence of Beverly D'Angelo in the shower.
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Razorback Discussion / Re: Bowl Season
« Last post by big_pig on Today at 08:27:45 AM »
BGSU just got turnover #4.  Up 33-28 with 0:42 to go.  This one's over.

*Edit: Once again, roughing the kicker is a bullshit call more often than not.  If the punter trips over you while he's putting his leg down, he didn't get roughed.  You just got stepped on.  Flag the dang punter.

You have to give the snowflake a chance to regain his balance.

If he falls he might break a toe nail.
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