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Old 12-15-2014, 04:49 PM
 
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At a certain point, it's no longer productive to engage in a dialogue.

I think we've reached that point.
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Old 12-15-2014, 05:12 PM
 
Location: Atlanta - Midtown
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Well said, Ant. I wish I could rep you on that one.
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Old 12-15-2014, 05:40 PM
 
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And I'm tired of this fking elbow room argument. Literally, 99% of the metro is low density sprawl, yet you're complaining about a 20 square mile being built up? Are you joking? Atlanta is the sprawl capital of the WORLD. Atlantans should be the LAST ones complaining about elbow room. In fact, that's the thing Atlanta is so heavily criticized these days.
If I may point out, plenty of people in the city use their cars on a regular basis and most of them commute to work in the suburbs.

A lot of them live in single family neighborhoods which are considered very desirable. They also pay big property taxes and make sure you Millennials have amenities like Piedmont park, the Arts center, MARTA, snazzy streetscapes to walk on, highrise apartments to live in, great universities to attend and Beltlines to ride your bikes on. A lot of folks in the suburbs contribute to these things as well.
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Old 12-15-2014, 08:17 PM
 
Location: Georgia native in McKinney, TX
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I PRAY Atlanta does not let NIMBYs ruined what city can accomplished and be. Atlanta has NOT even begun to realize it's potential and we don't need you old hags to ruin it just so you can go back a 1980s Atlanta that had AWFUL crime and MASSIVE white flight, urban decay, and just a depressing city overall.

Ugh...some of the anti-city stuff said in this thread legitimately got on my nerves and some of it was just ridiculous. Yes, even though SF is like 70% renters, it's far more wealthy than anything Atlanta can hope to achieve and that includes your beloved suburbs.
Please point out one regular on here who is anti-city. One. The bias is clearly ITP hating on things OTP. Clearly. You have many defending the suburbs against the ridiculous arguments, but you have no regular on here with a decent reputation spewing anti-city stuff.

I agree with haute above. This is going beyond the pale.
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