- Thu May 25, 2006 9:05 am
Creek, You're right broseph. However, I have seen some exceptions around the south, thank jeebus. The reurbanization effort is in full swing in some major cities as well as some rural towns, cities, etc. The problem is, even though retailers are filling up our squares and downtown areas, people are still shopping at the big box stores, for obvious resons. The development sprawl throughout our region has a lot to do with this issue. I hate it. There is also a resurgence of organic farmers here and there. Their product is unreal but noone gives a shit to go to the small markets on Saturday to shop, they'd rather head over to wal mart.... (sorry, off topic) I like what you said about, "wait until America notices what's going on" It's called "The Oh Shit Revelation!" .... Kinda like with gas prices at the moment. If they receed(which they wont), people will forget there is an energy crisis. Respeckt!
<small>[ May 25, 2006, 09:07 AM: Message edited by: whaley ]</small>
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