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RG4N: Still wrong

Quick hit: About to leave on a business trip to Yuma, and have to hit a discount store on the drive from Phoenix to pick up some stuff. Guess what, RG4N? The Target I'm going to hit is NOT "on the freeway"; nor is the mall across the street.

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You're trying to attack their arguments, which is pointless. They just don't like Walmart or the sort of people that shop there.

If it had been a Target they would have welcomed them, even though Target charges more for the same level of product, has the same sort of labor relations and is not making a push to be environmentally friendly.

I had never heard of an access road before moving to Austin 3 years ago. I can't imagine why anyone thinks they're a good idea. They're inconvenient, anti-neighborhood, and ugly.

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