Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Fredericton Train Station - CAN THE FREDERICTON'S BIGGEST EYESORE IN FREDERICTON SURVIVE ANOTHER WINTER????


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11 comments:

Just Passing said...

I guess we shall just have to wait and see. But wait, if I recall wasn't there a blogger just a couple of months ago that claimed he had information of a pending announcement of major importance on this structure? Surely he must know the fate of this pile of stone. One would have to wonder why then he is asking this question now if he indeed has the answer already from his reliable sources.

Anonymous said...

I thought you were Fredericton's biggest eye sore.

-- maurice the homeless guy --

Anonymous said...

"CAN THE FREDERICTON'S BIGGEST EYESORE IN FREDERICTON SURVIVE ANOTHER WINTER????"

I don't know, can you Charles?

Anonymous said...

The Irving should be made to clean it up and if not take them to court. You or I would charged and they would just bill us and all would be done now.

Anonymous said...

If I lived in Fredericton I would put in a complaint to the by-law committee. I know they enforce by-laws on the students living there along with fines. It doesn't matter who owns this eye sore. But someone could get hurt.

Anonymous said...

maurice the homeless guy,

You got it right. He is the eyesore and the most annoying pest.

Anonymous said...

Your sense of humor or sick mind is getting old. Find another blog site; are you here to annoy anyone who dare apeak out against the Irvings!

Anonymous said...

"anyone who dare apeak out against the Irvings"

What the hell does apeak mean?
Are you stupid or something?

-- maurice the homeless guy --

Anonymous said...

Sorry I was not wering my glasses
Who cares!

Anonymous said...

I really enjoying misspelling words now!

The misspeller said...

Fredericton Train Station should be taken down before something happens.. Oh yes I forgot there are laws for the wealthy and laws for the rest of the common people.