apaladin

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apaladin last won the day on September 6 2012

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  1. Agfa redevelopment

    I agree with man, some height here would have been nice. Greenville is surely the capitol of the U.S. for buildings less than 8 stories.
  2. New downtown federal courthouse

    Thank goodness this is not the new courthouse. That would be only slightly bigger than the current one.
  3. Another Grocery Store. Really?

    Lowe's will not be a "small" grocery store.
  4. Another Grocery Store. Really?

    I have to travel Pelham Rd everyday and it's just another customer I will have to keep happy. So I guess it's a little selfish of me.
  5. Another Grocery Store. Really?

    Lowe's Foods on already crowded Pelham Road. Just think we have enough grocery stores now, not to mention the ones already under construction.
  6. BB&T building/lot redevelopment

    The BBT building has virtually no windows. What they do have are hidden. Surely they will add windows, decks etc for apartments, but that sounds like a major job.
  7. Greater Greenville Economic Developments

    Supply is not down, there is already 6 months worth at least in storage tanks. If a few days of interruption of part of the production causes major shortages then the U.S. is walking on a thin line to catastrophe.
  8. Greenville Annexations

    I'm sure Mauldin will if they haven't already.
  9. Greater Greenville Economic Developments

    So while I was at work for 3 hours tonight gas prices jumped 25 cents up to $2.50 a gallon. I guess now this increase will increase production and flow and everything will be ok. No all this does is give the oil companies billions in profit by selling the same gas they were planning on selling for $2 dollars a gallon for $2.50. This won't do anything but give the oil companies windfall profits. I'm sure they are not through either. Look for prices to be back to $3 a gallon by Labor Day where the oil companies want it.
  10. Greater Greenville Economic Developments

    Just saw it was almost $9 a gallon in Texas. Nothing like screwing your neighbor in times of need,
  11. Greater Greenville Economic Developments

    Never let it be said that the oil companies won't take the opportunity of a disaster to line their pockets. Gas prices jumped 16c a gallon today. Gas has now shot up 50 cents in under 2 months for no reason. Our 2 cent, that's right 2 cents tax increase went into effect on July 1st. Knowing the oil companies would go up much more than the 2 cents, they waited 5 days and then jumped prices 17 cents a gallon on July 6th. Less than a week later it jumped anther 10 cents then it "dropped" a penny or 2 then boom another 10 center!. Now today an incredible 16 cents jump. We cannot even imagine how much extra the oil companies make by these moves. So in less than 2 months it has only taken 4 increases to get to the total of 50 cents prices have increased. Yet if and when prices go down its a penny or 2 at a time. Talking about price gouging and taking advantage of people. Yet the oil companies have a free reign to do what they want and no one ever questions them. The government really needs to regulate these people. Sorry for the rant.
  12. It's up. Doesn't look very high.
  13. The State of Downtown Retail

    One thing I dislike about the Greenville News is they will have an article like this about a place of business and never mention where it is. They do it all the time.
  14. GSP International

    I get emails all the time from Allegiant about their low fairs and direct flights to Orlando and other Florida destinations.