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Re: “Market Shift

This looks like a place that would be better suited as event space for galas and receptions. It's beautiful, but as a shopping space, I don't think it would be all that successful. People don't want to have to pay to park or fight for parking to go shopping in Richmond! The 17th Street market shows that this location just isn't something that attracts people here, unfortunately.

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Posted by Meg Seagram on 01/28/2015 at 2:24 PM

Re: “The Long Walk

I'm a major advocate for gun rights, and while I respect our rights to carry openly...i think this is one of those "just because you can, doesn't mean you should" moments. This is just going to tick off the louder 1% who oppose such rights and will cause legislation that will fight to make such carry illegal. Which won't be a problem unless we actually HAVE to form a militia, and then you can't carry anything other than a 9mm. When gun rights advocates protested at Starbucks after Starbucks WAS ON OUR SIDE, SB Corporate eventually had to change their rules at the demand of their guests. Had people continued on like normal citizens, we'd still be able to open carry there. Unfortunately, people thought bringing an AK in for their morning coffee was a reasonable request. I support AKs and think they're a lot more fun to shoot than a 12-gauge, but it's not a reasonable request at this point in our country. If someone walked into a classroom with an AK on their back, I would duck for cover (or draw my weapon), not assume he's just living his rights. Sorry, I support gun rights 100%, I just think this is provoking people that don't need to be provoked anymore than they already are.

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Posted by Meg Seagram on 07/29/2014 at 5:41 PM

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