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Old 05-03-2015, 07:40 PM
 
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Oof. Can we avoid running a positive thread into the ground? Gateway is a neat place too, but has nothing to do with this particular article or thread.
Thank you. Some people can't resist plugging something in their city when it's not the thread topic. It should have never been mentioned.
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Old 05-03-2015, 08:02 PM
 
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Gonna be honest, i didn't know there were two active research parks in the triad, Namely Wake Forrest innovation quarter and Gateway University Research Park.

I always thought the only research park was in the Triangle.

That's pretty cool for the triad!
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Why did you bring it up then? There was no reason in the world to mention Greensboro's little fledgling park. You totally invited my comment...don't act like you didn't.
The problem is you; as usual you can't curb your venom for Greensboro. GSO clearly stated s/he didn't know there were any research parks in the triad and was only aware of the one in the Triangle. I bolded the statement for your comprehension.
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Old 05-03-2015, 08:07 PM
 
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The problem is you; as usual you can't curb your venom for Greensboro. GSO clearly stated s/he didn't know there were any research parks in the triad and was only aware of the one in the Triangle. I bolded the statement for your comprehension.
The problem is that people like you can't resist mentioning Greensboro in a WINSTON-SALEM thread. There is really no need to make it so personal with your nasty little insults. I mean, how could you live in the Triad and not know about a major and even a minor research park? I simply posted true information about the differences in the research park - don't get so huffy about it.

I happen to love Greensboro...lived there for 8 years and have lots of friends there, so don't act like you know me. What I have venom for is people on this site who can't stop plugging Greensboro when it isn't the topic - and there are several of them.

Now let's drop the personal nature of this...I don't even recognize your name but you seemed to immediately recognize mine for some reason. It's not that big a deal so you can put your claws away.

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Old 05-03-2015, 08:25 PM
 
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Anyway. Back on topic, I finally made it over to Bailey Park (which is in the heart of WFIQ) around lunchtime last week. It's a really beautiful little stretch of greenspace with great facilities. There was a food truck out there (Camel City Grill, which is always tasty) and lots of folks out enjoying a sunny day.
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Old 05-03-2015, 08:32 PM
 
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Anyway. Back on topic, I finally made it over to Bailey Park (which is in the heart of WFIQ) around lunchtime last week. It's a really beautiful little stretch of greenspace with great facilities. There was a food truck out there (Camel City Grill, which is always tasty) and lots of folks out enjoying a sunny day.
Bailey Park has turned out very nice and is a great addition to the research park. There are residential buildings around there too and it gives those residents a nice greenspace to enjoy.

A TBJ article from a couple of days ago that mentions the NYT article: http://www.bizjournals.com/triad/new...-national.html
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