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Oct 4, 2011
 
I heard a bunch of people on campus today saying that the Zbrick on 4th ave is going out of business. Is this true??
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#2
Oct 4, 2011
 
What does the last heath dept report say?
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#3
Oct 5, 2011
 
I would say thats probably true and with the owner sinking what little bit of money he has in that dump queer bar on 7th ave it's only a mater of time before they close!!! Good riddance, Jimmy Johns and DP dough are better and faster anyway!
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#4
Oct 5, 2011
 
I'm just gonna miss the bacon cheddar cheese fries ZBrick has they're good
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#5
Oct 5, 2011
 
good pizza there!....Huntington needs another empty dirty building.
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#6
Oct 5, 2011
 
Huntington just needs to be torn down and either restructured from the ground up literally, or bought out and torn down that way, or just let Marshall completely take over everything and tear it down anyway for new class buildings and a law school, bigger/better medical school, engineering program, and education department and I could go on all day long. GO HERD!
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Oct 5, 2011
 
Huntington Guy Here wrote:
Huntington just needs to be torn down and either restructured from the ground up literally, or bought out and torn down that way, or just let Marshall completely take over everything and tear it down anyway for new class buildings and a law school, bigger/better medical school, engineering program, and education department and I could go on all day long. GO HERD!
there should be more here than just Marshall.
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#8
Oct 5, 2011
 
What else is there? Dying old businesses that kids don't want to inherit? Old money families that don't want anything to disrupt their way of life? Taxes so high that we drove out all the old factories and decent jobs we had. More wel-fare than people working. Why not let the univeristy have it and build oppertunities to become one of the better universities around to have available the options of what kids want to major in without Marshall just being the "prep" college that it is for anything other than education nursing and medical school. No one's going to come in and restructure this city to be suited for better business. This is a cess pool of repression, so why let it suffer and die slowly?
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#9
Oct 5, 2011
 
Huntingtin Guy Here wrote:
What else is there? Dying old businesses that kids don't want to inherit? Old money families that don't want anything to disrupt their way of life? Taxes so high that we drove out all the old factories and decent jobs we had. More wel-fare than people working. Why not let the univeristy have it and build oppertunities to become one of the better universities around to have available the options of what kids want to major in without Marshall just being the "prep" college that it is for anything other than education nursing and medical school. No one's going to come in and restructure this city to be suited for better business. This is a cess pool of repression, so why let it suffer and die slowly?
You are correct!
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Oct 5, 2011
 
Richard wrote:
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You are correct!
Thank you for seeing my point. I grew up here I love the area it's beautiful and it'd be great for tons of businesses and corperations. Hell bring in nonUAW jobs for the Big three domestic car companies here. People here love the Big three and we'd work for a decent wage. We need to rework the system from within the country once again. We need to contact these states that are crippled by over regulated unions and such and bring those plants to right to work states and give the unions competition. That's where the problem lies, no competition anymore and anyone willing to take the steps to start a new industrial revolutionin this country without the overbloated too powerful fat-cat system unions and no one wanting to work for just $7.25 an hour when you can make that on wel-fare. We need to hook the jumper cables up to the hearts of these morons and get their brains in the common sense department working again.
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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He served in the United States Army from February 23, 1942, to March 1, 1963,
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
The Fourth Kind is a 2009 American mockumentary science fiction film starring Milla Jovovich, Charlotte Milchard, Elias Koteas, Will Patton, and Mia McKenna-Bruce. The title is derived from the expansion of J. Allen Hynek's classification of close encounters with aliens, in which the fourth kind denotes alien abductions.

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The film was a box office success, earning US$47.46 million worldwide, from an estimated $10 million budget.
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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Oct 5, 2011
 
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