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intencity77 last won the day on June 2 2012

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    travel, cinema, historic and skyscraper architecture, cities, maps, gardening, nature, LGBT rights, simulation games, cats, LEGO, New Mexico/Santa Fe, hiking

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  1. Please fix the Ads

    Yes! I second this. The prior pop-ups had stopped for a couple months until this past week and they’ve been unbearable to say the least. As soon as I open any HAIF forum page, it’s hijacked and I’m redirected to another spammy site. I usually view the forum through the “Unread Content” section. So when I come back to HAIF, after the spammy redirects, I have to search for the thread/post I was originally trying to open, as it gets moved and flagged as “Read”. Royal pain!
  2. Battlesteins

    The Palais Royal and Bealls at San Jacinto Mall opened at the same time, neither predated each other.
  3. Intencity77 is a criminal and illegal lover and would dime you out in a newyork minute just like all the illegals have to their homeland and now they are supported by misguided and confused people like intercity77 and this is a trend to allow jackasses to do jobs that real citizens once did, this is a trend across this chity, to let unqiualified and unprofessionalo sellouts hold respectable jobs and that is why there is no trust anymore..we have totally lost the compass.  We must rid out chity os these underhanded criminals and with the new generation only adding to the bad apples, this is turning into a nightmare in this chity.  right, Intencity77?

  4. This is what Houston stands for today and forever in history.  This pic.  There is no nostalgia when illegals are supported on houstons supposed "original" social network.  


  5. This lack of humanity names intencity is trash who supports illegals and needs to be going, going, GONE!

  6. FedMart in Houston

    Please let’s refrain from using perjortives like “illegals” on this site and stick with undocumented immigrants. Regardless of how much of a “nightmare” they are to you, they are still human beings. Speaking of nostalgia, the act of empathy is another great thing we have lost. Thanks!
  7. East River - KBR Site Puchased by Midway

    Tell that to the local and state Repugs in power constantly beating that dead horse. Large companies like Amazon definitely take these state sponsored discrimination issues very seriously, especially when considering a large headquarters facility.
  8. Sorry I call BS on that. When purchasing a home, there is information out there for all to see if they go looking for it. I mean, if I'm thinking of buying behind a reservoir, it's not that far of a leap to ask yourself "is this house in danger of flooding?". As harsh as it may sound, naive homebuyers are just as much to blame.
  9. Parking lots are way too large in this region. And most the time they are rarely to capacity. That needs to change.
  10. Lockwood @ Harrisburg

    Depends on the particular individual. Some East Enders are more than happy with a small, mediocre Kroger, others would like to see other options. So yes, IMO, we do.
  11. Melrose Building to be Redeveloped into a Le Meridien

    Wow! That lighting....yes, yes and YES!
  12. LGBT family - Pittsburgh PA to Woodlands/Spring TX

    As a 40 yr old gay Houstonian who has lived here all my life, I'd steer clear from the northern burbs nearest or within Montgomery County. It is the most conservative of all Houston burbs and consistently votes deep red. While I accept there are also socially liberal conservatives, unless you identify as such and don't mind the risk of possibly having hateful neighbors, I would look elsewhere. Fort Bend is much more diverse and would be a better LGBT family friendly option.
  13. Long overdue. This is the future. And you can add France to the list banning petrol/diesel vehicles by 2040 too. Volvo has also announced that it will only produce fully electric and hybrid vehicles from 2019 onwards. That decision is being hailed as "the beginning of the end for the internal combustion engine's dominance of motor transports after more than a century". I imagine more automakers will inevitably follow in time. Houston has time to further diversify their economy, otherwise it might end up with some major economical problems in the future. Sadly, antiquated ideals and policies set forth by our meddling, republican dominated state leaders will probably keep Houston from doing as such.
  14. Looking at, 7000 Southwest Freeway definitely had a large, sprawling hotel/motel like building starting from 1968 into the 80's. Once you get to 1995, the hotel looks demolished and the lot is completely overgrown. In the early 2000's, the current car dealership shows up. PS. Always check back with historical imagery (Google Map historical imagery or when reasearching former properties. It's a must.
  15. Why Modern Architecture Sucks

    Infowars, really? Try again with less alt-right, fake news sites.