HBCU, Engineer, Downtown Resident
super geeked and ready to see one of my favorite directors of all time!!!
I hate to burst your bubbles, but we have lived off of free parking too long in the NYC of the south. Parking in most cities are around the clock and far more expensive than what we pay (go down to the big easy). I think as parking goes up, people will be more inclined to use puplic transportation and their feet, both will help turn this place into a 24 hour city. It does suck, but anything that sticks it to OTP and out of towners is fine by me. (From a downtown resident owner/professional)
Whoever wrote that article should be hit over the head with an empty beer bottle. That "almost alcoholism" has no separation from "alcoholism" and therefore a pointless postulate to make. Now, who all wants to meet at the ADNA meeting tonight? I heard they are having free beer and i'm looking forward to drinking with some new people!
What can I say....Awesome flick. You know it's good when the talkers STFU during the scenes and the viewers collectively "Sigh" after every major sequence and collective chatter steeps for about 10 secs and then quiets down again for the next scene. Damn good flick.
@ Staff, if you all don't visit/live/work or play in the DT area (as evidenced, again by another AJC esque article) ask your readers or don't bother to write about downtown. You all discuss the "usual suspects" for every other neighborhood but Downtown. Why not highlight The Rialto, The Theatrical Outfit, Tabernacle, COP, Stats, World of Coke, Aquarium (even though I've been enough times). My point is instead of deigning on BS issues like the homeless and The Underground. Give the people something accurate to the title of being the "Ultimate Neighorhood Guide."
Thanks Brad for accepting the critique of your critique. Sometimes it seems that the CL staff behave as AJC reporters by not responding/acknowledging responses from readers.
All praise Escoboar. Thanks for coming to our rescue!!
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