Location: Asheville, NC - "Home of the Pernicious Poem Place"
__________________ "Asheville air affects me like champagne; it goes to my head. I'm apt to do things for which I will be sorry in the grim dawn of New York." -- William G. Raoul, 1898 "After 30 years here, all I know is Asheville is a place where old souls and terrible angels walk among us..." -- Dale Neal, 2015
“A photographer went to a socialite party in New York. As he entered the front door, the host said ‘I love your pictures – they’re wonderful; you must have a fantastic camera.’ He said nothing until dinner was finished, then: ‘That was a wonderful dinner; you must have a terrific stove.” -Sam Haskins
Great set from a city I'm not familiar with. Lots to keep the eye happy.
World's First Documented Baseball Game: Beachville, Ontario, June 4th, 1838.
World's First Documented Gridiron Game: University College, Toronto, November 9th, 1861.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats since 1869 & Toronto Argonauts since 1873: North America's 2 oldest pro football teams
Hey, Matt. You started a fight. Unless you have comments on the pictures or some constructive criticism, don't bother posting in this thread. How you thought you'd report part of fight of which you started and come out the other side unscathed is beyond me. If you have any questions, message me.
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Thanks StlGasm for posting your interesting pics of St. Louis. I've visited St. Louis a couple of times for business conferences. I enjoyed it and found it to be very convenient (rail connection from airport to downtown). I didn't get out much but I could tell from the train ride and other interactions that the city had some funkiness (a good thing) and realness about it.
Just so everyone knows, that pic of the guy with the camera is neither STLgasm or me. It's our friend who was in town from NYC doing a photojournalism project about Rust Belt cities. Thanks for the kind words everyone!
__________________ The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
John Kenneth Galbraith