Yes, this is my counterpoint to the recent
report by Caryn Golden on WHIO-TV that male
prostitutes are soliciting in the Oregon District,
and the possibility that this might lead to legions
of zombie prostitutes demanding raw brains from
patrons of Thai 9 and Pacchia.
Yes, our local mainstream media, just like our
national mainstream media, is nothing but a factory
of fear and stupidity. And our media members know this.
I suppose they just weren't born or instilled with the
integrity during their upbringing to admit as much.
Just behind the railroad bridge, Daybreak is undertaking
probably the greatest property improvement in the
infamous corridor of pubicly urinating 30-year-old men in
the history of the area. Good for Daybreak. They are
a purely positive organization.
The old Breakfast Club is now The Brunch Club. Same good
food and the same good prices. Go there now and enjoy.
Right Toby? Arf Arf!
Off of Siebenthaler Avenue, the gardener's quarters
are still nicer than most of the homes in Dayton.
Heading into downtown on a sunny spring day
is invigorating for the neo-classicist lover in us all.
Spring is also a time for graduation pride. Here, a
family congradulates their newest graduate on the
corner of Gettysburg and Cornell with a sign
recognizing her hard work and persistence.
General Motors has been replaced with Cricket
outlets as the new growth industry in Dayton.
This Cricket outlet, which seem to be going up
on every corner, is in the Gettysburg shopping
Man waits for a bus on the corner of Arbor and Wyoming.
The Santa Clara District would be much
improved if the City of Dayton would just
dump about 100,000 pounds of horse shit
on the area and begin growing vegetables.
It's a dump inhabited by too many infantile punks.
home of some of the greatest soul food on the planet. There is
still one Tasty Bird open in Dayton though, on West Third just
past Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
Third and Paul Lawrence Dunbar is still going
They can't make this kind of timeless Americana in Hollywood.
Shopkeepers Village on the corner of Salem Avenue
and Curundu has one problem with
it's name: there's no shopkeepers there.
Architecture fit for a student of 1950s and 60s
modernism sits vacant on Siebenthaler Avenue.
Spring flowers are abundant and
absolutely gorgeous for our landscape
after a winter of hiding indoors.
The old Siebenthaler Nursery on the corner of
Catalpa and Siebenthaler now houses a dentist's office
and a glass artisan shop.
This old farmhouse on the corner of Catalpa and
Siebenthaler is a testament to what we've become.
Nabali's Grocery has got the specials going strong
on Gettysburg Avenue.
The old Allied Machinery Company on Gettysburg
Avenue now looks like the Allied Decay Company.
Wayne Wheat is serving his suspension from the
Funeral Home business for being, well, let's say
just a tad bit unethical, which is an instant route
to riches in the ghetto.