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21 November 2006



well, people probably see that and think it's not safe. probably helps with the insurance company. but if someone does get hurt, all bets are off.


Now that I think of it a bit more maybe it's to prevent skateboarders.


it's incredible that the city spent over 100K on playgrounds there--we use them, and they suck. The only visible improvement is a sloppy and garish paint job on the toddler section. 100k--riiiiiight.

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