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Architect last won the day on April 19 2010

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  • Birthday 01/19/1969

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  1. Copelands? Really? I hand't heard that...sure it isn't temporary?
  2. Honestly, a victim of COVID. Buffet type formats are DOA for the near future. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. You can probably blame the market disruption of COVID for the lack of activity...not a great time to invest in water parks.
  4. You can add: P.F. Chang's Bravo Cucina
  5. I would bet that it remains a water park and that someone buys it out at a lower price and continues operation.
  6. Generally, most public transportation systems operate as a loss. It’s a public service, like a library or other government services...they’re heavily subsidized. So sure, technically you’re right. But either way, my point is that if we’re going to have one, make it as relevant and practical as possible. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I had an opportunity to submit a question to the "big 3" leaders in a public forum last year (Mayor Patrick Hays, Judge Buddy Villines, and Mayor Jim Daily) about River Rail. I asked them specifically if they regretted originally casting the system in a touristy "street car" fashion, rather than a more serious mode of transportation form factor (like OKC's new system), particularly in light of the fact that the system has pervasively taken criticism as being a gimmick for tourists rather than a viable transportation option; in fact, I postulated that it's hurt the system's chances of expansion, which it desperately needs. They sort of evaded my questions about the criticism, and defended the decision as being largely based on cost. Apparently the "historic cars" were significantly less expensive than the more modern options, which I found surprising. I was disappointed they weren't more candid about the lack of traction and that they weren't more forthcoming about how the system has, in my opinion, underperformed.
  8. Agreed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Seriously? That’s pretty ridiculous. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. skirby- nice photos. Argenta is REALLY becoming a nice “district” in the metro. River Rail service is a nice amenity as well for those who opt to live in the neighborhood and ride to work. p.s. By the way, that isn’t a new “cover” on the upper arena wall, they simply painted the original white paneling a warm grey. I’ll admit, it looks better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. What a really...lame...name. I mean, who doesn’t equate the builder of Japanese Zeros with Wild West Cowboys? In Arkansas? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Good point. I didn’t study it that closely. That makes sense, and would undoubtedly be a similar issue at every airport. It’s certainly thrown everything into disarray. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. That's a good question, and something I wondered as well, but I didn't see any indication of any other change in service (even reviewing the forums on airliners dot net). One thing I noticed when looking for more info on LIT's website is that it doesn't appear United is serving Denver any longer? That's a shock, and news to me. I thought both Frontier and United served Denver, and that SWA was a 3rd entrant. Curious.
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