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Re: “What's the Story With Vermont's Many Hill Roads?

The "occupation" derivations are also almost certainly really surname derivations marking the families who lived there.

Posted by 802SMH on 03/20/2017 at 8:27 AM

Re: “What's the Story With Vermont's Many Hill Roads?

Irish Hill Road in Shelburne is named after the surname Irish since my family has lived there for several generations. It is not named after the nationality.

Posted by Cece Irish on 03/19/2017 at 9:43 AM

Re: “WTF: Is "Salad-bar Syndrome" a Real Thing?

What a pleasure salad bars have been since the sulfite spraying has stopped. Lettuce and potatoes were the ones that got me severely. At a doctors recommendation I began carrying Benadryl with me at all times while the preservative was still in use. I finally got where I could detect it on lettuce as a slight nutty flavor but I never could detect it on potatoes. Fortunately they banned the stuff and I have no more problems. The sulfites in beer, wine and flu shots have no effect on me, it was just the massive dose from the food.

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Posted by Rowlv on 03/11/2017 at 5:00 AM

Re: “WTF: What's With the File Cabinet Tower on Flynn Avenue?

The rust, graffiti, and neglect are appropriately symbolic given the status of the situation.

Posted by Mack Roark on 03/10/2017 at 9:54 AM

Re: “Do Stores in Burlington Town Center Have to Recycle?

I was walking by the Bank St. loading dock area to the mall a few weeks ago and came upon a huge dumpster full of perfectly good display items from Hollister. We pulled out dozens of wooden hangers, metal pipes and fittings, cool dressmaker forms, and funky signage. There were at least 4 perfectly good plush chairs that had been intentionally cut so they couldn't be taken and enjoyed. It was disappointing, to say the least, that this business didn't make the effort to pass these items on to the many organizations in town who help people in need.

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Posted by PandJ on 03/01/2017 at 2:43 PM

Re: “Who's That Roadside Elvis in Addison County?

He lives in Bristol his birth name is Danny galvan my grandmother used to have sex with him back in the 80s lol go to the liquor store in Bristol vt they can point you to his place he lives just up the street not far from there .....he's not hard to find! Everyone knows him!

Posted by Brian Lafountain on 02/24/2017 at 12:41 AM

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