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(Washington Post)   Most Washington DC residents are very sensitive about the height of their phallus and don't want anything built that might threaten it   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 2
    More: Obvious, Washington DC, Washington DC residents, practical effect, speed limits, Howard University  
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2014-01-16 09:56:23 AM  
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FTFA: "The broad sentiment against proposed changes contrasts with the position taken in recent years by Mayor Vincent C. Gray and his planning deputies, who have argued that the city needs to grow taller in places to accommodate growth and ease the housing crunch."

Oh, please.  There are huge swaths of DC that are still open fields only a few miles from downtown.  Develop those Wards, get resources (like a real grocery store) built for the residents who desperately need them, and get crime under control.
2014-01-16 09:03:31 AM  
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Good. Washington DC is not a tall building city. We like it the way it looks now. Go across the river to Crystal City or Rosslyn if you have a tall building fetish.
 
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