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About "Blight Bomb" and one man's creative attempt to seed vacant lots with flowers:

"It isn't just about the art, it's about getting the community involved. Even if the seeds do not take, at least people are learning that there is something 'fun' they can do to improve blight around them." — HollyHollyHello

About "Smoke on the Water" and bringing "fire art" to the river:

"A firewater exhibit would pale in comparison to the sunset over the Mississippi River. Let's put our money where we need it, for example, employing sanitation workers, fixing pot holes, keeping utility bills down." — s123

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About "Gulp: Bass Pro Wants $160 Million" and the ever-increasing cost of putting the retailer in the Pyramid:

"Who knew a bait container could be so expensive? Can't we just send them a big coffee can and a sign?" — B

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