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    We are losing our damn cruise night !

    http://www.newstimes.com/news/articl...es-1000151.php

    Its gonna be one lame summer ! All in the name of progress. Bull S*@$ !


  • #2
    Re: End of an era

    start a new one , we used to be up there every weekend , but had to grow out of it I guess

    flood sycamore's non parking lot again

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    • #3
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      watch , they will tear down the buildings and it will just be a vacant lot


      maybe THIS has something to do with it
      t appears that the Environmental Protection Agency, in a story too weird to be fiction, has decided to regulate milk in the same way it does oil. In effect, milk spills will be considered just as hazardous as oil spills.

      In other words, the EPA thinks the next blowout may happen in rural Vermont or Wisconsin. Other dangerous pollution risks that somehow haven't made it onto the EPA docket include leaks from maple sugar taps and the vapors at Badger State breweries.

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      • #4
        Re: End of an era

        Yeah ditto what Spidey says

        find ya a good spot for you and
        your buds to hang out
        Thom

        "The object is to keep your balls on the table and knock everybody else's off..."

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        • #5
          Re: End of an era

          That really sucks. The story said that the dairy operations moved to Oxford two years ago. Maybe they'll open up another restaurant there. Crossing my fingers for you guys!

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          • #6
            Re: End of an era

            Its hard here .The guys that ran this cruise would get 150-300 cars in mid summer and this place was ideal. We have been cruising here forever,I guess everyone has to try and help find a new spot, still sucks though, part of what made it great was the history and age of the place.Theres not too many vacant parking lots around that can hold that many cars.

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            • #7
              Re: End of an era

              Originally posted by SpiderGearsMan
              watch , they will tear down the buildings and it will just be a vacant lot


              maybe THIS has something to do with it
              t appears that the Environmental Protection Agency, in a story too weird to be fiction, has decided to regulate milk in the same way it does oil. In effect, milk spills will be considered just as hazardous as oil spills.

              In other words, the EPA thinks the next blowout may happen in rural Vermont or Wisconsin. Other dangerous pollution risks that somehow haven't made it onto the EPA docket include leaks from maple sugar taps and the vapors at Badger State breweries.
              ssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
              ,we control all, we are the E.P.A.

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              • #8
                Re: End of an era

                that is freakishly a long time.

                the character of what was and hanging on the same today took a strong owner...

                local a simple sandwich shop shut doors after a long long time.

                in as recent as mid 90s it was the only... today it is the nothing.

                walmart syndrome.
                Previously boxer3main
                the death rate and fairy tales cannot kill the nature left behind.

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