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    Cyburbian Wannaplan?'s avatar
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    Quote Originally posted by H
    booo. that is why we 'can' zone. Euclidian zoning has turn out to be the nexus of segregation evil, and one of the biggest causes of sprawl and reason most people have to drive to the store.
    Wow, I never knew that. Thanks for the clarification, professor.

    Boo on you.

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    Quote Originally posted by Wanigas?
    Wow, I never knew that. Thanks for the clarification, professor.

    Boo on you.
    I was booing Euclidian zoning, not you...but if you want to sink to the personal attacts, well I guess that just shows your character.

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    Quote Originally posted by H
    I was booing Euclidian zoning, not you...but if you want to sink to the personal attacts, well I guess that just shows your character.
    I don't wish to get in the middle of this, I just find it amusing how people can criticize another for doing something while doing the same thing.

    Slowly backing away...

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    Quote Originally posted by iamme
    I don't wish to get in the middle of this, I just find it amusing how people can criticize another for doing something while doing the same thing.

    Slowly backing away...
    Heck yes, I am attacting his character.

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    Quote Originally posted by NHPlanner
    [mod hat]... I'm thinking the thread may be moved to the FAC if it continues to stray off topic.
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    well, it is Friday afternoon.

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    Quote Originally posted by H
    I was booing Euclidian zoning, not you...but if you want to sink to the personal attacts, well I guess that just shows your character.
    And the condescending tone in your post reveals your character. You quoted my original post, thereby giving the appearance that you were critiqueing more than just zoning. I am willing to concede that I was a little thin-skinned if you are willing to admit that your posting technique was a little heavy-handed.

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    Quote Originally posted by Wanigas?
    And the condescending tone in your post reveals your character. You quoted my original post, thereby giving the appearance that you were critiqueing more than just zoning. I am willing to concede that I was a little thin-skinned if you are willing to admit that your posting technique was a little heavy-handed.

    admitted...but is was not intentional...your comments were

    ...and you are reading tone that is not there.

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    Quote Originally posted by H
    Heck yes, I am attacting his character.
    And for this, you and wanigas get:



    The off shoot of the "Why do we Zone" thread is here, and now closed.

    The original topic is certainly a worthy thread, and continues in the Zoning & Land Use Forum.
    Last edited by NHPlanner; 15 Oct 2004 at 2:54 PM.
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