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founding

This is just another example of Americans being delusional about civics. Dude, read your deed. You don't "own" the city's right of way, but as an American citizen, you are bound by legal law to take care of it. Give it a rest. Most of us are required by law to keep our sidewalks shoveled, our walks free of debris, while you've been coasting free and clear of responsibility all these years. Stop whining and grow up. I like to walk. I have a dog. It's an HONOR to make sure my walkways are safe for my neighbors to walk to work, to walk their babies in strollers, to exercise their dogs. Community is built by sacrifice and by love. I live where I live because I love my neighbors and we take care of each other. Which includes planting and taking care of trees that provide shade for pedestrians, maintaining walkways for small children to learn to ride their bikes and old people to exercise. The city right away exists to help the community. Stop being selfish. Grow up and read your property deed, you fool.

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Re Chancellor Keon - Has incoming President Mung Chiang issued a statement? I think he should.

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founding

The only damage to Purdue’s reputation is the realization that Mr Nalbone is actually paid to spout such nonsense as an employee at Purdue.

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