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Mark

You almost had me, but I can only get my bile up for one city at a time. As a matter of fact, won't it benefit Pittsburgh the more stupid stuff that Baltimore does? Maybe we can get a lot of well-heeled, libertarian Baltimoreans moving to Pittsburgh just by virtue of Baltimore officials' backslapping approach to development.

sean mcdaniel

one thing that really is surprising about the eminent domain stuff...you have to pay capital gains tax on the "forced" sale price of your property...whatever any of us might think about the "evils" of ED, a capital gains tax is absurd in this case.

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