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Old 01-05-2009, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Lexington Ky
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Ditto what lexingtony said!!!!!!
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Old 01-05-2009, 03:06 PM
 
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No, Lexingtony does NOT want to compare Louisville and Lexington on equal terms. I just wanted to clarify your point that Fayette Mall is the largest in the state, but not just on a technicality, as you stated. It's not a technicality -- Fayette Mall is the largest. Do I really care? No, I rarely shop at Fayette Mall.

I humbly bow and defer to Louisville's sheer size, population, and overall infinite greatness. I'm just more than a little "over" reading posts that diminish Lexington, while touting Louisville's superiority. We all realize that Louisville is a bigger city, has more people, more restaurants, more this, more that....ad nauseum. There's no need to continually blow Louisville's horn in discussions about Lexington. WE GET IT.

A little less Louisville bias on the Lexington forum would be appreciated, that's all. Have a great day!
lol, I am blowing no horns at all. I could easily compare Louisville to Seattle and make it look miniscule. It seemed to me you were turning it into a pissing match. But that is besides the point....I will state my point again. Lexington has some nice older neighborhoods, and they are worth looking at for people relocating, even if one likes newer homes! I have seen a few infill projects with new homes and condos that are nice.
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:49 AM
 
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No, Lexingtony does NOT want to compare Louisville and Lexington on equal terms. I just wanted to clarify your point that Fayette Mall is the largest in the state, but not just on a technicality, as you stated. It's not a technicality -- Fayette Mall is the largest. Do I really care? No, I rarely shop at Fayette Mall.

I humbly bow and defer to Louisville's sheer size, population, and overall infinite greatness. I'm just more than a little "over" reading posts that diminish Lexington, while touting Louisville's superiority. We all realize that Louisville is a bigger city, has more people, more restaurants, more this, more that....ad nauseum. There's no need to continually blow Louisville's horn in discussions about Lexington. WE GET IT.

A little less Louisville bias on the Lexington forum would be appreciated, that's all. Have a great day!
Yeah, that.
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:50 AM
 
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The name of this thread keeps making me laugh... "exciting suburbs"... ... oxymoron!
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:50 PM
 
Location: louisville, ky
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The name of this thread keeps making me laugh... "exciting suburbs"... ... oxymoron!
my thoughts exactly, but to each his own!
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