Way to bring negativity into this thread. Obviously you aren't too happy with your own city if you have to insult Waterloo.vid said:You know, at least I'm big enough to admit my city isn't as great as it hypes itself to be.
Actually the city is more pessimistic than I am.
but come on. Waterloo! Come on.
Thunder Bay already has public squares! We have busy sidewalks, we have folks the leave their offices at noon to go to lunch, we have stores downtown and in the evenings, lo and behold, movie cinemas and restaurants fill up! Wow! All that, in a city?!?!?!
Waterloo's population is actually quite similar to Thunder Bay's, approximately 110 000. Two key differences are that Waterloo is part of a CMA (Kitchener) whose population is approaching half a million and that Waterloo's population isn't shrinking. Also, if you think that these developments aren't impressive then you should have seen what was there before... (although Liquidation World will forever hold a special place in my heart)vid said:A picture of a parking lot and the caption 'busy'. Make's you put suburban megamalls into a different perspective.
Not really what I was expecting with a city of 400,000? :dunno: But I guess it's better than Hamilton...
Well there's a given... I'll definitely be doing a few this summer.Tony said:^ lol, so would I, no offence Vid. But then again, both choices aren't exactly stellar!
It would do K-W A LOT of good if we could get new summertime pics of both Uptown Waterloo and Downtown Kitchener, hopefully with some Laurier honeys (honeies?) walking around. :naughty: That, over this wet and dreary, sometimes snowy deserted street stuff. Can't you guys wait a month or two when it's nicer out to post a definative K-W phototour thread?