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Philip last won the day on November 24 2015

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    Arabic people. Nashville. American Impressionism. Worshiping Jesus.

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  1. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    ugh. I love nashville and hate to see this happen. I've been in jail and I know it messes with you.
  2. I don't think gothic towers would gets howls from anyone.
  3. The Transportation and Mass Transit Megathread

    Because of the Johnson amendment from the 50's, pastors can't endorse candidates if their church is a non-profit. Everything else, as far as I know, is allowed simply because of the 1st Amendment, like, you know, transit.
  4. Was it his birthday?
  5. Nashville International Airport

    Was this pun intended?
  6. Cool! I love these cheese-wedge shaped buildings.
  7. You never know someone's circumstances which lead to the way they view their surroundings. When I was in the military, some of my colleagues were militantly atheistic to the point where anything you said about faith would get you instantly in a heated argument, just because they resented any sort of belief in God. That caused me to feel for a while like I was some kind of weirdo just because of my beliefs, and paranoid that outward signs like that huge cross would get people all butt-hurt. Obviously people like that are the exception and not the rule, or so I've come to think in the past decade since then.
  8. Lot's of acute-angled buildings could potentially be put along Lafayette.
  9. Also, 222, Sobro and Bridgestone are the exact same height.
  10. Jim Creason puts up some of the best infill in the city. The more work he does the better.
  11. Finally! I was worried the Livery was going to be defeated by "nimby's"
  12. As I was reading the comments about Lee Beaman, I suddenly thought about the arguments for and against moving into NYC's subterranean housing market in the early 90s. It is his property, but I wish he would just give it up.