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'MiWeek': Thomas Sugrue talks what lies in store for Detroit's future

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reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#1 Mar 7, 2014
say what?

Detroit Has a future? Surely you jest?

Unless you mean Detroit's future is more of what it has now which is a big fat nothing.

With the current citizen base I don't see any future what so never for Detroit. just more of what ya got today.
real reality

Jacksonville, NC

#2 Mar 7, 2014
reality is a crutch wrote:
say what?
Detroit Has a future? Surely you jest?
Unless you mean Detroit's future is more of what it has now which is a big fat nothing.
With the current citizen base I don't see any future what so never for Detroit. just more of what ya got today.
Yes, it is true that many of the positive things in Detroit's future will take place after you are gone. We realize that while you are cramming for your finals and expect everything to happen over night, that is not reality. In the longer term, the citizen base of the city will change.
reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#3 Mar 7, 2014
real reality wrote:
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Yes, it is true that many of the positive things in Detroit's future will take place after you are gone. We realize that while you are cramming for your finals and expect everything to happen over night, that is not reality. In the longer term, the citizen base of the city will change.
Hummm Not so sure about your premise.

Empirical evidence gathered over the past 60 year History of da city of Detroit seems to suggest the citizens of Detroit are incapable of change or at worst unwilling to change old habits. They seem bent on a course of self destruction.

Can't imagine how or why anyone would want to live the way the people of Detroit live today.

Detroit is a dysfunctional jungle and nothing on the horizon from any political, social source suggest change or improvement is coming to the city any time in the foreseeable future.

so keep your dreams and the rest of us will rely on reality.

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