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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
A mealy-mouthed politician and a coward. Sorry, I repeat myself.
Maybe 7 Days should just stick to reporting news.
I've had dealings with several recent Rice graduates. It most definitely IS what they stand for.
There is nothing that a small group of corrupt elites cannot accomplish. Mark Porter's quote, "I don't care" is perfect: the new motto of American government. Accountability to no one. How can anyone look at this whole situation and not conclude that it stinks from beginning to end?
This is a disaster-in-the-making for Winooski. Traffic and parking are already major problems, with the intersection of Main Street, West Allen Street, and the traffic rotary being particularly problematic. Yet, this is precisely where "the Strand" is going to be located. Having one company (Redstone) control so much property in downtown Winooski might also bring problems of its own, and anyone who has ever dealt with Redstone can tell you why. (related thought: does the Winooski City government just bend over for every single developer that waves some money at it?). Finally, I understand now why Decarreau is resigning when she is and what she meant in her recent interview about dealing with developers. The handwriting was on the wall. The people who live in and around this soon-to-be disaster area need to rise up and demand absolute assurance that the quality of life of residents here will not be negatively impacted by the never-ending greed of our local politicos and their developer buddies.
It's one thing to pull up flowers, which could be done quickly, but how does some scumbag thief have the time to dig up whole shrubs and trees by the roots and not have anyone notice them while they're doing it?
The controversy certainly won't hurt sales. I hope Kate Messner is donating all profits from the book to organizations working to stop opiate addiction in Vermont.
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