now, kids just go thuggin
... a Raleigh classic that sadly has fallen by the wayside - too bad some shit like a North Hills development or other recent Raleighwood fake facade look will be built on the site unless this icon property and building can be saved.
... if Wilson NC had a "so so" Middle Eastern restaurant i would be so so happy
... similar has happened to the Raleigh area and the Outer Banks. Metro-Raleigh may have actually benefited from outsiders encroaching into neighborhoods and skyrocketing living costs, but the Outer Banks now looks like another eyesore resembling Virginia Beach or Jersey Shore with blinding beachcomber freak stores and over-consumptious housing. 'Out of state imports' ruined their own towns and cities and are on the crusade to ruin what remains of a pleasant North Carolina, overpopulating the region with minimum-clearance building codes (i.e. melting walls in the summer) ; and... Now with fracking, potentially polluting our life support systems, and planning off-shore drilling, with the constant threat of massive hurricanes, NC's slogan may change to; "I like calling North Carolina foam."
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