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Post  Skeptical on Sat Sep 16, 2017 12:27 pm


I will now wait for the outrage we heard just weeks ago when one man attacked people he didn't know with his car. I want to hear from those same folks and hear them condemn attacks on property and people who had nothing to do with the shooting or the verdict. I will not be holding my breath.

Of the major left leaning news sources which ones do you expect to step forward and criticize these riots. They are not civil disobedience they are riots!
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Post  Clicker on Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:34 pm

St Louis is in a state of decline and has been for about 20 yrs now. Businesses have been bording up and moving for years too. Another shock is the population loss. 404k in 1950 vs 311k in 2016. I've been there recently for acouple of days and was appalled at the degeneration. By contrast K.C. is a thriving metropolis. Having spent a week there last month it has the appearance of any large city in Texas. Hustle and bustle all over the area extending into Kansas.
st Louis has become a suburb of Chicago, rotting at the core and showing that by the loonies that are still living there.
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Post  Darth Cheney on Sat Sep 16, 2017 3:21 pm

Clicker wrote:St Louis is in a state of decline and has been for about 20 yrs now. Businesses have been bording up and moving for years too. Another shock is the population loss. 404k in 1950 vs 311k in 2016. I've been there recently for acouple of days and was appalled at the degeneration. By contrast K.C. is a thriving metropolis. Having spent a week there last month it has the appearance of any large city in Texas. Hustle and bustle all over the area extending into Kansas.
st Louis has become a suburb of Chicago, rotting at the core and showing that by the loonies that are still living there.

I think I heard someone say Saint Louis was 700k+ population a few decades back but now down to 300k. Liberalism destroys everything it touches and turns it into a 3rd world class shiste hole yet they fail to connect the dots but fully understand climate change.
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Post  Clicker on Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:13 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Clicker wrote:St Louis is in a state of decline and has been for about 20 yrs now.  Businesses have been bording up and moving for years too.  Another shock is the population loss.  404k in 1950 vs 311k in 2016.  I've been there recently for acouple of days and was appalled at the degeneration.  By contrast K.C. is a thriving metropolis. Having spent a week there last month it has the appearance of any large city in Texas.  Hustle and bustle all over the area extending into Kansas.  
st Louis has become a suburb of Chicago, rotting at the core and showing that by the loonies that are still living there.

I think I heard someone say Saint Louis was 700k+ population a few decades back but now down to 300k. Liberalism destroys everything it touches and turns it into a 3rd world class shiste hole yet they fail to connect the dots but fully understand climate change.

I heard that on Fox News a couple of days ago. I took a look at the census figures and came up with the numbers I posted. Back in 1970 I first saw St Louis and it wasn't impressive then and East St Louis was a ghetto even then. There was two big employers there, Chrysler and McDonnell Aircraft. Both were booming, they are now virtually shut down by comparison.
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