Civil spaces before housing spaces
In the end, this isn’t about buildings — it’s about people. It’s about the reasons why people can’t afford housing. It’s about the failure of the free market to care for the less-advantaged losers in a winner-take-all system, and identifying what the appropriate public policy solution is to address that failure.
Fo' true...so fo' true. god this a great post.
Wet Bank, who, it so happens, is the one who got me started on all this NOLA blog stuff in the first place, has a similar piece here:
http://wetbankguide.blogspot.com (post of 12/15; he's not set up to link to individual posts).
First thing he's done about current events in quite some time. Well worth a click.
And your point?
my point is that it was a great post...maybe you should try reading.
So New York seems to be doing pretty well. We should get their murder program and apply it here.
Well hell, don't get your freakin' bowels in an uproar. You think I didn't read that?
Well, I didn't know I was suppose to read that long post.
So ok, I read it. What he saying?
By the way, you really a freakin' Zombie?
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