Um. ok. But I've been to Paris lots of times - and it's still Paris.
Hey Charles, what kind of tits are on this woman you speak of? Are they ripe? She wasn't too old was she?
Right… because unsanitary, consumptive, overcrowded ghettos are preferable to well organized neighborhoods with broad avenues and open spaces?
The Baron Haussmann's transformations to Paris brought a real improvement to the quality of life in the Capital. Disease epidemics ceased, traffic circulation improved and new buildings were better-built and more functional than their predecessors. We could use a Baron Haussmann.
pinin' for the fjords, he is.
i have architect friends who think that the underside of the viaduct is the only real urban space in the city of seattle. they have a point, but it still sucks.
No, Max, they're right. As anyone from the grunge days could tell you, under the Viaduct was where it was happening.
You can't get more real than that.
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