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ladyscraper

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That St. Lawerence Market is one ugly building. It looks like a glorified utility shed/barn. They should raze it and replace it with an uber-modern glass and steel structure. Brick is soooo 20th century.

Just what we need. The 15th new troll poster of the week.
 

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argg when will you guys ever learn ...

Why give them the satisfaction of a response ... just completely ignore!
 

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That St. Lawerence Market is one ugly building. It looks like a glorified utility shed/barn. They should raze it and replace it with an uber-modern glass and steel structure. Brick is soooo 20th century.

You're up too late kid. You've got school in the morning so get to bed.
 

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It's always hard to figure out if a troll is some bored teenager or a pathetic single man who needs to get laid really bad. Actually, that would probably be the case for the teenager, too.
 

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It's always hard to figure out if a troll is some bored teenager or a pathetic single man who needs to get laid really bad. Actually, that would probably be the case for the teenager, too.

Well said there Hipster,..hey wait a minute.. "..pathetic single man who needs to get laid really bad".
I think you probably just described something like 97% of the people on this forum. :D
 
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The easiest way to halt trolls is to stop responding to their posts. Is an entire page devoted to discussing one clearly antagonistic post necessary? Please move on.
 

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Passed by the sales office a few days ago. Whoever buys here should be happy...regardless of what happens to the market, I think this will be one of the few buildings that holds its value. Very nice standard finishes too. I really like the 2 storey townhouses with windows.
 

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Passed by the sales office a few days ago. Whoever buys here should be happy...regardless of what happens to the market, I think this will be one of the few buildings that holds its value. Very nice standard finishes too. I really like the 2 storey townhouses with windows.

Well, we shall see when it's finished but the SALES CENTRE is about to be demolished.

Application: Demolition Folder (DM) Status: Not Started

Location: 1 MARKET ST
TORONTO ON

Ward 28: Toronto Centre-Rosedale

Application#: 10 258281 DEM 00 DM Accepted Date: Sep 15, 2010

Project: Office Demolition

Description: Proposal to demolish existing 1 sty sales centre. "Market Wharf Sales Centre".
 

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You need a permit to build and you need one to demolish - partly to ensure the area is returned to its former state and the street/sidewalk are fixed.

And mostly it's to extort money.
 

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