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Old Posted Jan 26, 2019, 1:37 AM
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An alleged bank robber has been identified and arrested Friday due to him using a dockless e-scooter as a getaway vehicle, according to Austin police.

https://www.kxan.com/news/local/aust...way/1726367092
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2019, 7:35 AM
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 6:39 PM
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This is stolen directly from The Chive:
https://thechive.com/2019/02/12/the-...2019-6-photos/

The best (and worst) cities for dating in 2019


Let’s start with the 10 WORST cities to date in and their horribly low satisfaction ratings.

10. Cleveland, OH 18.19%
9. Worcester, MA 18.16%
8. Albuquerque, NM 17.30%
7.Des Moines, IA 17.17%
6. Albany, NY 17.10%
5. Kansas City, MO 16.84%
4. Riverside, CA 13.78%
3. Providence, RI 12.92%
2. New Haven, CT 12.84%

And the worst city of all is…

1. Palm Bay, FL with a satisfaction rate of only 10.72%. If you live there…may I suggest getting a cat?


BEST cities and their super high satisfaction rates!

10. Denver, CO 33.59%
9. Columbus, OH 34.39%
8. Durham, NC 34.57%
7. Washington, DC 34.87%
6. Phoenix, AZ 34.91%
5. Little Rock, AR 36.15%
4. Minneapolis, MN 36.74%
3. San Francisco, CA 36.75%
2. Charlotte, NC 37.74%

The best city of all for dating in 2019…!?

1. Austin, TX with the highest satisfaction rate in the country of 39.80%!




As we know, men and women are vastly different though. Here are the cities that men thought were the best for dating:

10. New York, NY 41.68%
9. Houston, TX 41.96%
8. Austin, TX 44.52%
7. Dallas, TX 45.66%
6. Washington, DC 46.88%
5. Phoenix, AZ 47.34%
4. Los Angeles, CA 47.70%
3. Chicago, IL 47.88%
2. San Francisco, CA 51.59%

The city that men think is the best of all?

1. Charlotte, NC with a crazy high satisfaction rate of 52.36%!


best cities according to women:

10. Phoenix, AZ 28.57%
9. San Francisco, CA 29.07%
8. Washington, DC 30.38%
7. Portland, OR 31.57%
6. Orlando, FL 31.99%
5. Denver, CO 32.09%
4. Charlotte, NC 33.75%
3. Columbus, OH 33.88%
2. Minneapolis, MN 36.52%

Once again, the BEST city for dating is…

1. Austin, TX with a satisfaction rate of 39.24%.
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2019, 9:04 PM
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So . . . we're back up?
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2019, 10:19 PM
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So . . . we're back up?
Seems like it!
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So . . . we're back up?
I guess. There's nothing posted yet in the Moderator section explaining what happened today.
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Holy crap, work was even more boring than usual. I hadn't realized how much of a crutch this place is
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I haven't heard officially from Dylan about what happened, but it seems to be good for now.
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Holy crap, work was even more boring than usual. I hadn't realized how much of a crutch this place is
As far as I can tell, it was a slow development news day anyway. Maybe someone has some photos to post. But no AULCC meeting files have been posted so far this week, and the posting week for city employees is over in an hour. Maybe we'll get "breaking news" shortly.
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As far as I can tell, it was a slow development news day anyway. Maybe someone has some photos to post. But no AULCC meeting files have been posted so far this week, and the posting week for city employees is over in an hour. Maybe we'll get "breaking news" shortly.
The good news is I found the link for San Marcos' Planning & Zoning Commission, which potentially means it'll be a good source of building elevations there.

https://www.sanmarcostx.gov/AgendaCe...-Commission-22
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The good news is I found the link for San Marcos' Planning & Zoning Commission, which potentially means it'll be a good source of building elevations there.

https://www.sanmarcostx.gov/AgendaCe...-Commission-22
Well, that's something.
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I haven't heard officially from Dylan about what happened, but it seems to be good for now.
I guess his check took a day longer than expected to clear.
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I haven't heard officially from Dylan about what happened, but it seems to be good for now.
Question, is Dylan still associated with this site? There has been countless rumors over the last several years about him separating himself from this forum...
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2019, 11:14 PM
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Yeah, he is still associated with it.
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Who is Dylan? Break it all down.
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Dylan Leblanc started SkyscraperPage in 1998. He's had assistants help out with the technical aspects of it through the years, but he's the founder and owner of it.

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I haven't heard officially from Dylan about what happened, but it seems to be good for now.
I wonder if it was a vBulletin issue. I noticed some other vBulletin powered sites were having issues too.
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