Your final building has a hex. It owes someone something. It is not lazy. It is damned.
but how can anything seem gloomy or sad in this neighborhood with a video like this to make you feel great about your surroundings?
i watch this one when i'm feeling country/alternative:
You must live in my backyard... I have that same view. I've been living in the realm of 26th and Jackson only a year and this is the third such unit I have seen go up... Take one down, put 4 in. And it's obvious that another three lots visible from my house had the same thing happen within the year before I moved in.
Don't you love zoning that makes everything boringly the same?
(restraining self from obligatory post)
I don't want to go outside today. thanks.
Depressing: It seems that places that are delapidated are eye sores by definition but then they get tore down and replaced by another eye sore. We just can not win this....
These mixed use and townhouse structures are going to be looked on as avacado appliances in about 10 years.
Oh, great. Now you're talking shit about avocado appliances too? Sheesh.
What is up with Lloyd's Rocket anyway? It seems to come and go with the seasons.
I love avocado appliances.
Showing the view out your apartment window will only encourage the stalkers.
It was blue, fenceless and gloomy. For the new four-plex, I predict purple.
Stop smoking those Jamacian Torpedoes!
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