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Re: “Like Plan 9, City’s Cultural Bastions Struggle to Survive

We browsed at all these places -- but then bought from So who's to blame if we're left with nowhere to shop but at home on your computers?

Tower Music, Borders, Books-a-Million -- here did they all go?

We should know. We killed them.

Posted by BrittPoncet on 10/25/2011 at 7:28 PM

Re: “Naked Truth

While Richmond as a city, and Virginia as a state, are indeed slowly culturally dying it is good to know it is dying slowly.

The disease of conservatism took a civil war to wipe off the American map technically, but in reality it continues to rise and reinfect from time to time and the resulting stink drives those with higher intelligence and higher aspirations away until the infection ebbs once again.

This exhibition shows that, thankfully, our community has at least a few good years left.

Plenty of time to look for a good offer on the house, and to shop for the best rates on out-of-state moving companies.

Posted by BrittPoncet on 09/19/2011 at 10:35 AM

Re: “Organ Repairman Sues Byrd Theatre for $5 Million

With all the multi-millionaire corporate CEOs living in and around Richmond, you'd think that at least one of them would step up and do something completely selfless for a change.

Like maybe offering to repair the Byrd?

Used to be, America's wealthy took pride in doing great things for their communities.

Used to be.

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Posted by BrittPoncet on 07/08/2011 at 11:21 AM

Re: “Luck No Longer a Lady?

And... Ms. MacQueen was also on a episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer!"

Can you remember which one?

Hint: She smoked and watched high school football game films, over and over.


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Posted by BrittPoncet on 06/26/2011 at 6:08 PM

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