Pittsblog Hits Online WSJ

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2 Responses to "Pittsblog Hits Online WSJ"

C. Briem said... 1/19/2006 6:50 PM

if you look at this fellows follow up column.. the WSJ article has the link. I think he is literallly dissing Paul Lumber in Bloomfield if you can believe that. He doesnt give the name that but his comment about a 19th century lumber yard plopped in a neighborhood. This is getting personal now.

Jonathan Potts said... 1/19/2006 8:19 PM

"It is a relatively small city that appears not to aspire to grandeur or worry one bit about any large-scale greatness."

Try telling that to the Allegheny Conference.

Here is Tube City's take:

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