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Current Events / Re: Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation (Commentary)
« Last post by KJP on Yesterday at 11:50:51 PM »
American Exceptionalism!

Americans are now utterly intolerant of ever being told they’re wrong about almost anything https://t.co/Sqvn8RRtTm
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Current Events / Re: The Trump Presidency
« Last post by KJP on Yesterday at 11:35:52 PM »
Trump made 16 false claims in his bonkers AP interview, the most of any interview of his presidency or his campaign. #TrumpCheck https://t.co/G7rhzok4kj
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A building permit for 1468 West 25th  St. is listed under the name Mark Raymond,  who I am assuming might be the same one who owns The Cleveland Hostel. Shows the job value at 2 million. Anyone heard anything about this building?

renovation, addition. hotel.
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A building permit for 1468 West 25th  St. is listed under the name Mark Raymond,  who I am assuming might be the same one who owns The Cleveland Hostel. Shows the job value at 2 million. Anyone heard anything about this building?
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Aviation / Re: Cincinnati-NKY International Airport
« Last post by Bob Frisch's on Yesterday at 11:29:06 PM »
CVG fares continue to tumble

The average airfare at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport continued to drop in the fourth quarter of 2016, making it cheaper to fly from CVG than any other regional airport except Indianapolis and Columbus, which are more than 90-minute drives from Cincinnati.

CVG dropped from being the 22nd most-expensive airport to fly from out of the top 100 nationwide in the fourth quarter of 2015 to the 42nd most-expensive in 2016. The average fare was $367 in the fourth quarter of 2016 compared with $419 in the fourth quarter of 2015.

More below:
http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2017/04/25/cvg-fares-continue-to-tumble.html
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Current Events / Re: Yet Another Reason to Love Fox News...
« Last post by KJP on Yesterday at 11:26:04 PM »
Black Fox News Anchor Joins Racial Discrimination Lawsuit https://t.co/uNprZ2gbrO https://t.co/1Cs2E2iExY
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Ohio Business and Economy / Re: Columbus: Retail News
« Last post by Bob Frisch's on Yesterday at 11:24:19 PM »
Ikea has furniture on the floor, product on the shelves



The allen wrenches are cranking away at Ikea.

The Swedish mega retailer’s Columbus store at 1900 Ikea Way off Polaris Parkway remains on track for its June 7 opening. I was invited to the site Tuesday to get a peek at the progress.

More below:
http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/04/25/photos-ikea-has-furniture-on-the-floor-product-on.html
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Northeast Ohio Projects & Construction / Re: Cleveland: Quicken Loans Arena
« Last post by simplythis on Yesterday at 11:06:41 PM »
Just heard on the ch 3 news that there is a last ditch effort by the groups against the Q Renovation trying to get enough signatures to force this issue on the November ballot.
I Don't know if it is possible.
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Current Events / Re: In The World: China
« Last post by jmecklenborg on Yesterday at 11:01:47 PM »
This thing is weak:
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/AS_CHINA_AIRCRAFT_CARRIER?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2017-04-25-22-36-23

They hype this thing up in the headline but the fact is this is a 1950s-era aircraft carrier by U.S. standards.  We have 12~ nuclear-powered carriers with launch mechanisms launching the best aircraft in the world -- and lots of them. 
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Northeast Ohio Projects & Construction / Re: Cleveland: Quicken Loans Arena
« Last post by dlte24 on Yesterday at 10:49:19 PM »
They made the right decision. This is critically important for keeping us competitive and increasing the amount of non Cavs events in the Q. People would've had more of an argument if this was Browns stadium, which is for the most part only used during Browns season. But the Q is a general benefit to the city and the region as a whole. Infrastructure like this is the difference between being Cleveland and being Toledo. Our relevance as a city is very important and this contributes to it. Good job, city council

"Infrastructure like this is the difference between being Cleveland and being Toledo."  What is that supposed to mean? Toledo has concert and event venues. So Toledo and Cleveland were the same place until Gund Arena opened? I hope I don't sound too offended but Clevelanders should know using another city with a negative connotation is problematic and I can't not mention it. If I said "Infrastructure like this is the difference between being Columbus and being Cleveland" wouldn't you be a little annoyed?
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