spoon wrote:NIN wrote:She failed to mention that if not for gambling our old people would be up **** creek without a paddle.
they can always go up the Mon or Ohio if they dont like the **** creek
Bring Back KC wrote:Duquesne really shouldn't have a say. I don't know of any non-profit group that can actually influence public works or commercial enterprise.
Moreover, from a pragmatic standpoint, Duquesne would be well advised by taking a leadership role in community re-development of the lower hill. Rather than sit back and worry about casinos, how about sponsoring a few cleanup groups on fifth and forbes.
Bring Back KC wrote:How does UPMC influence commercialism in Oakland?
If anything, the only thing it does is encourage it. I have never once heard of UPMC claiming that a business couldn't operate adjacent to its facility.
Bring Back KC wrote:Also, UPMC is for-profit.
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