Saw this article over the weekend. I thought it was actually pretty good: its real slant of course wasn't about Columbus but about how cities often struggle with branding images, which, to be fair, has been a long-time problem for the city's utter lack of marketing panache.
I think article was very fair, and did mention a few of Columbus' strong points, which (besides football and the zoo), includes a good economy and history as a progressive leader. It practically goes to editorializing lengths to commend the city : "How many cities can boast of having one of the largest county fairs and also one of the largest gay pride parades?" I consider that a compliment.
jill ebenezer wrote:
Columbus: The Future of Brooklyn Is Here.
Hilarious and true.
At least I can easily rent a truck in Columbus lol budget and renting a truck in Brooklyn can suck it. Totally stuck right now with whole family.Ak least I can easily rent a truck in Columbus lol budget and renting a truck in Brooklyn can suck it. Totally stuck right now with whole family.
What the F, brah! You were in town and didn't drop me a line? What don't you like about
arcade games and hesher bars? Finally beat level 7 of Donkey Kong and killed some Dio karaoke on Sat. You should have been there, fucker.
Totally agreed brah. That line made me laugh out loud.
Awww u doing Dio? Shit man Im sad I missed that. Level 7? Geezbus! Duff's rules. Barcade rules but just u wait for the Cbus version.
Didnt try to hook up this time due to helping my lil sis move out and bein stuck with mom. We only had three days to escape and it was supposed to only be two. Also don't have ur # ne more, just got a new phone, and with yer facebook smear campaign in full swing I couldn't find ya lol. PM me ur digits, and Holly Diver and I will see u soon!