Every Memphian's dilemma.
farmer guy, I would re-sod all the Overton Park zoo parking (maybe throw in a putting green/nude sun bathing zone), turn your aforementioned vacant lots into parking lots, employ the unemployed to drive shuttles and provide lot security. And pay for the whole thing with small lot/shuttle fees and by selling tickets and pay-per-view to watch one politician thrown in with a different caged carnivore every month. And by ending communistic farm subsidies.
Enterprising youth can sell food and beverages far below zoo prices along the shuttle route.
Serving the inner city, gardens, natural states, I think we know who the hippie is here. You guys just don't give up. Well now that Putin is sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom I guess farm subsidies will skyrocket and the girl scouts will come out with hashish cookies. Parking spaces for everybody!
"In the late 60s, under the guidance of Chairman Alice Armstrong, the City Beautiful Commission developed the Mini-Park Program. Fifty parks were carved out of vacant lots in depressed areas, with neighbors working with local companies and civic volunteers. The Mini-Park Program was copied nationwide."
Fat lot of good it did for us hippie.
Go back to making your rice cakes and couscous or should I say and borscht and vodka.
farmer guy, there you go spending tax dollars that aren't there, as opposed to conserving what parkland there is. They tried that hippie mini park thing in the '70's. Where are they now?
Mullins, cut down some of those squirrel condos and open up some deer food plots and mebbe you'd get more sun and visitors.
farmer guy, why would you assume that, it's simple math? Why would we assume that you are a crappy parent for having to fight your children? Why would people driving oversized vehicles assume they deserve more room than the rest of us? Why make assumptions rather than take the trouble to ascertain facts?
jmcole that does sound horrible, but are there actual instances where this has occurred? Most right wing christians I know would love to counsel the hell out of people who don't share their core beliefs. It's kind of their thing.
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