My fiance and I are considering going there this year. We have just started to live the naturist lifestyle within our home and want to venture out into the world and make new friends in the process.
I created nudelife.org to share our adventures.
Like to see them actually fix the problem instead of trying to sugar coat it cause they're just trying to be cheap asses and put people's lives at risk. Fix it right the first time and you won't have an issue.
Mickey D's (only inner-city blacks used to call it that, and now they even call themselves that) was a model of efficiency and offered good, cheap product in the mid-Fifties. I was 8-9 years old then, and I remember other local chains in suburban Chicago that had carhops and lousy service and bad-tasting food.
One was called Richard's "Car-feteria"--and McDonald's destroyed them in a hurry. Another outfit called Henry's tried to copy Mickey D's, and they didn't last a decade.
McDonald's was family-friendly, too, at least in their pioneer days.. You filled out a form and they sent you a post card that was good for a free hamburger on your birthday. Our dog Lucky soon became our little sister...whose name was Lucy. Brand loyalties begin early. I still prefer the Arches to anybody else.
As for the classic Eastern diners, they were few and far between in Illinois, so we didn't miss them much when they went away.
Chuckles the Clown
When and where will it be debuting?
That might explain the color difference. I have LED motion-sensor lights in my yard, and there's also a sodium-vapor street light on my tree lawn. They are completely different...the LEDs are much brighter and whiter light than the street light, which is far more yellow.
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Prayers to the family such a young man to feel this way God wrap your wings around this family
Your right paddle it won't bring her back his parents get to celebrate birthdays see him at least 1x a week tell him they love him we on the other hand get to visit a tree on her birthday planted in her honor ...see the blood red wood carving of a domestic violent victim with her date of birth age and date she was murdered by her so called boyfriend ..He received 15 to life ....We lost a life in our hearts we believe if the cops would have done what they were supposed to she would still be here we can only hope that JUDTICE is served its not about the money it's about AWARENESS to save another life
Lee, you are probably well aware of the sad fact that the department stores fled to the suburbs because downtown emptied out for far more complex reasons than the lack of a subway. They were casualties of the Great Migration from the South in the Forties and Fifties (and even earlier, to some extent)...which was followed by the inevitable White Flight.
Same thing happened in other, bigger cities. The only difference is that those cities (like New York and Chicago, just to name two) built up their electrified transit systems much earlier, between 1890 and 1930...before the Depression brought almost all such construction to a halt.
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I plan to copy and enlarge this map and it will go on my wall, next to eerily similar maps of Real Life systems like NYC, Chicago, Boston and London. As a native of Chicago, I have been into electric transit (elevated, subway, and surface...streetcars and trolley buses) for most of my life. People like me are called juicers or juiceheads by other railfans, for obvious reasons.
Before I comment further, I would like to know how much of the CMFR (Cleveland Metropolitan Fantasy Railway) is elevated, how much is subway, how much is ground-level or open-cut Rapid, and what lines have street running...light-rail on tracks or trackless trolley buses. I immediately noticed that the Green and Blue lines are incorporated into the CMFR, but not the West Side portion of the existing Red Line...is there a reason for this omission?
I will have more to add upon further review, and I also plan to compare this map with the Real Life map of the proposed streetcar-subway system that the old CTS wanted to implement immediately after WWII, when they upgraded their streetcar system with PCC-type vehicles and announced plans for a subway system. A system that was eventually scaled back to trolley buses, motor buses, and what became our Rapid in the Fifties. And freeways, of course. Lots and lots of pavement, for lots and lots of newer and bigger cars.
Chuckles the Clown.
I was going to buy these tickets for my husband for Valentine's Day but they sold out so quickly! Does anyone have 2 extras they'd be willing to sell?
From what I just watched, it looks like it was very well-made, but like most trailers, this one shows as much conflict, physical or otherwise, as possible. Just like action films (and other genres) highlight every violent scene possible, so does this one.
I spent a good deal of time in Public Square during those four days in July, and expected the worst, including gunfire and mass casualties and multiple deaths. But there was remarkably little actual violence. Downtown was locked down for the most part. and the physical and implied/unseen presence of heavy security (including National Guardsmen billeted at Case Western) kept the craziest of the crazies away. Most of the confrontations were verbal...there was a lot of mouth music but very little chin music.
Gotta wonder if I'm in any crowd scenes, and am looking forward to possibly spotting myself. I was in Chicago in '68 and ended up in Haskell Wexler's "Medium Cool"...at least the back of me did. It was hard to miss that blue-and-white McCarthy sticker on the back of my jacket during the riots cenes in grant PArk.
I find it Ironic that Associate Warden Eric Ivey or Regional Director Ken Mills have been ducking the media. I understand that Mils will finally be making a statement to the media. It's going to be interesting to hear his spin on life safety of his officers and the custodial care and safety of the inmates. The double pod practice has always been a dangerous practice and method of cutting cost. Let's see what he says.
Armond Budish and his staff - along with every county council member - need to start taking work shifts inside this joint. After a few days, maybe - maybe - they will wake up and realize this powder keg is ready to explode.
Ok that's my son but.....but nothing! This is genius and I applaud Brian and his fabulous team, best of breed filmmakers!
A system like this could eliminate many busses.
Trump's going to implement the Albert Porter freeway plan instead.
OK, I 'm nuts. They're only $30! Perhaps I was looking at a different city.
Disappointing to see that tickets are actually $35, and, with a handling fee and processing fee, come out to more than $40/ticket. Sure, it's a small difference, but that adds up when you are purchasing several tickets.
No, Detroit has switched over almost entirely to new, modern LED street lighting.
Antonio Brown's locker room use of his social media account could be viewed as the unfiltered extension of the groundbreaking "Up Close and Personal" segments from ABC Sports -- which revolutionized the coverage of athletes and events.
Awesome stuff. Great respect for their passion for paying a living wage and staying authentic. I hope to see this continue as they expand.
January 18-24, 2017
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