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Neighborhood Chat / Re: 2 men violently attacked in JH
« Last post by sl on Yesterday at 06:39:52 PM »
That is so painful to watch, but I got to say that lady needs to do more to stop her friend. He was acting crazy.

This criminal has anger issue and needs serious, serious help and discipline.  Praying speedy recovery to this family, but the traumatic aftermath would be very long-lasting.
I feel bad for the son, people are now calling him a coward for not defending his father and crying for help.
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https://www.wernewyork.com/ListingDetails/1368652

The conversion has lovingly emulated many prewar accents, hard wood floors, crown and floor moldings and arched doorways, while incorporating modern style in the bath and kitchen. The kitchen has Caesarstone countertops and Italian cabinetry with self-closing drawers. The appliances are Frigidaire Gallery and only four years old. The baths have all new fixtures and a four-foot-tall cabinet for your toiletries.

The apartment has an open floor plan with one king sized bedroom and one which will accommodate a queen-sized bed. There are a total of 5 closets, 2.5 which have been designed by the California Closet company. The master bedroom has both a walk-in closet and a California closet.

Having Open Houses most Sundays and can show pretty much any time.
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However, I do think it's important that folks on this forum realize that there is a huge number of folks who support the OPEN STREET.

Otherwise people only hear their own voices echoing their own opinions in their own bubble. Only ever exposed to voices who agree with them.

And so presenting the opposite voice is crucial.

So it's not a shock for those in an echo chamber when decisions are made.



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But the general consensus, it seems, is that you are a troll.

Insults don't affect me. They reflect back onto the person who insults.

Though I do understand that it's a challenge for us all... having to face others with opposing opinions.

I remain firmly in the PRO OPEN STREETS. And we will all have to accept that that there are folks who don not agree with that.

But insults won't change anything.



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 But the general consensus, it seems, is that you are a troll.
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Try as folks might, they cannot go against the tide of eco awareness.
The Open Streets are a sign of the future and what's to come.
Regardless whether folks are annoyed that I love the idea of open streets throughout New York...
I believe in the future of eco-awareness. And the Open Streets are an element of that.
Again, you can shoot the messenger. But the message remains unchanged.
This is religious zealotry.

Not quite, I don't really think I'm the Messiah...

But most Millennials are eco-aware. Hence, the future...
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Try as folks might, they cannot go against the tide of eco awareness.
The Open Streets are a sign of the future and what's to come.
Regardless whether folks are annoyed that I love the idea of open streets throughout New York...
I believe in the future of eco-awareness. And the Open Streets are an element of that.
Again, you can shoot the messenger. But the message remains unchanged.
This is religious zealotry.
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: 2 men violently attacked in JH
« Last post by Chingwa on Yesterday at 10:59:20 AM »
He needs about 5 years in prison.
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: children in masks NYC
« Last post by theplanesland on Yesterday at 10:33:43 AM »
For anyone genuinely wishing to understand and empathize with people hesitating to give up masking and other pandemic behaviors, this is a good article:
https://www.vice.com/en/article/93yye8/pandemic-safety-mask-lockdown-cant-quit-grief-trauma-anxiety

That's an absolutely terrific article.
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: children in masks NYC
« Last post by palomita on Yesterday at 10:07:02 AM »
For anyone genuinely wishing to understand and empathize with people hesitating to give up masking and other pandemic behaviors, this is a good article:
https://www.vice.com/en/article/93yye8/pandemic-safety-mask-lockdown-cant-quit-grief-trauma-anxiety
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