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Posted on May 12 at 10:25 a.m.

rowing the pacific. brave women.

Ia fili e le tai se agavaʻa.

On S.B. Lends Support to Grateful Coxless Crew

Posted on May 12 at 8:41 a.m.

most people have moved on regarding the newswreck. if need be, i guess you can take solace in the fact the owner has made herself a laughing stock in this town, while she flushes what's left down the gurgler.

this parrot is no more. he has ceased to be. he's expired and gone to meet his maker. he's a stiff. bereft of life, he rests in peace.

On Heartsick over Daily

Posted on May 8 at 3:37 p.m.

can't take jarvis seriously....or any birther for that matter.

jarvis is educated and intelligent no doubt, yet that intelligence is far surpassed by his ignorance.

On At War in Garland

Posted on May 8 at 8:10 a.m.

uh thorns, the POTUS is responsible for more dead muslims than you could ever dream about.....and i'm sure you do dream about it.

On At War in Garland

Posted on April 30 at 10:04 a.m.

food and cuisine seems fine. business and economics appear dismal.

if its not generating enough foot traffic, and more importantly repeat business, then its hardly the thread's it.

as for the condo sales, which is really what the developer cares about, the lack of closings also points out the business and economic shortfall.

business and economics. at least the nugget ( never eaten there) has a profitable business model.

On A Public Market Divided

Posted on April 29 at 7:18 p.m.

uh huh, sure. like they say, if the public market was a car, the only thing holding it up would be the kerb.

to say its wilting would be kind.

On A Public Market Divided

Posted on April 29 at 1:06 p.m.

maybe its because the length of time in between customers is so long the wait staff need to be retrained.

On A Public Market Divided

Posted on April 28 at 8:07 p.m.

anybody tell the new condo owners about the new apartments on their block.

lets face it, the market place is a rapidly approaching dust bowl. the noodle company will resurface elsewhere with lesser rents, but the majority will be in the used restaurant hardware business.

On A Public Market Divided

Posted on April 28 at 8:17 a.m.

the whole place is indoors. SB is an outdoor kind of town. when you drive or even walk by it, unless you knew beforehand it was there, it is easy to miss.

in theory, the whole SF ferry building schtick sounds appealing but the reality is, there is no way foot traffic in that area will generate enough sales to pay the huge rents.

everybody knows tourists rarely venture above carillo/figueroa and state.

as for locals, they might visit on occasion, but locals are cheap.

SF ferry building gets 5000 commuters a day thru there, not counting suggest Victoria marketplace would get 2500 daily is laughable. i bet the 500 number is high too.

the retailers are mostly local, did they not realize this?

marge must be a glengarry glen ross kind of closer.

On A Public Market Divided

Posted on April 27 at 5:39 p.m.

once it became apparent jj was just a noisier member of the Thorns clan, i.e foolish and harmless, it became fine.

let him say whatever he wants, free country, etc...

anyone craving this much attention needs it to get thru their day. troll on you silly old thinkshesohsoclever knucklehead.

edhat? they kicked me to the kerb years ago.

On The S.B. Questionnaire: Cathy Murillo

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