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Old 03-02-2011, 12:52 AM
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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Originally Posted by iknowftbll View Post
I fully realize that you're just speculating, and I don't mean to be a kill-joy. The reason that I mention this is because one of us is a little more grounded in reality than the other. Projects can be cancelled with ease in this economy. Even projects that have already started can stop mid-way. I certainly don't hope for this, but it's a reality in the world we live in.

The economy won't stay down forever, though. Hopefully things swing around and the project begins, as well as other projects all around the state. I just hope things improve enough that we can get these projects going, and sustain them once they are under way.
That's why for me this topic is fascinating as no one knows what will happen and one major event can turn even the best predictions upside down.
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