Ben Griffin invading New River area

Ben Griffin invading New River area

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#1 Feb 15, 2008
Ben Griffin is starting to sell houses on the New River. The people of Ashe Coutny need to fight hard to keep Griffin out of Ashe. Griffin has taken hundreds and probably thousands of beautiful farm, pasture, and woodland acres of Caldwell County and built butt-to-butt cookie cutter houses. He has ruined the beauty of many areas of Caldwell with his cheaply built homes. Many places the houses are exactly the same side by side by side in entire neighborhoods.
Ashe County is too beautiful to be ruined by the cheap home tycoon that is Ben Griffin.
Hold on to your land, good people. The money offered isn't worth it.

“The Right Direction”

Since: Feb 08

Lenoir

#2 Feb 15, 2008
I bet your one of the people that vote against drilling in the the US for Oil thats why we pay $3 a gallon. ( They pay .24 cents in the middle east) I bet all the people that buy Bens houses are glad we all dont agree with you. Then they would get to enjoy all that farm, pasture and woodland acres in their tents cause there wouldnt be any houses. Thanks for your input.
NO way

Ashburn, VA

#3 Feb 21, 2008
HeltonBoy wrote:
I bet your one of the people that vote against drilling in the the US for Oil thats why we pay $3 a gallon.( They pay .24 cents in the middle east) I bet all the people that buy Bens houses are glad we all dont agree with you. Then they would get to enjoy all that farm, pasture and woodland acres in their tents cause there wouldnt be any houses. Thanks for your input.
Not once in your incoherent drabble did you even come close to a rational thought. Every person who read your post is now a little dumber.
Nice grammar by the way.
Jorge

Ashburn, VA

#4 Feb 21, 2008
HeltonBoy wrote:
I bet your one of the people that vote against drilling in the the US for Oil thats why we pay $3 a gallon.( They pay .24 cents in the middle east) I bet all the people that buy Bens houses are glad we all dont agree with you. Then they would get to enjoy all that farm, pasture and woodland acres in their tents cause there wouldnt be any houses. Thanks for your input.
Would people rather ride through the mountains and see a beautiful landscape or see 500 indentical Ben Griffin houses. Think about it. Learn to use punctuation by the way. Also, it's you're, not your.

“The Right Direction”

Since: Feb 08

Lenoir

#5 Feb 22, 2008
Ok Ok I didnt know I was in English class again. I never did well in grammar or with punctuation.
My grammar is not the issue were debating but thanks for your concern. I may check into some English classes. The point is if Ben had not of built the house somebody would have. The only reason he catches grief is because he is trying to do more for Caldwell County. Who eles builds houses? Has anybody built more than him?
Jorge

Coats, NC

#6 Feb 23, 2008
I wasn't really talking about Caldwell County. I understand they have had a population boom and people need a place to live. I was talking about Ashe County and it's natural beauty that brings in thousands of tourists every year. This tourism really helps the mountain economy which needs help because of the shortage of jobs in the area.

Respectfully,
Jorge

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