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@Small Town Guy
I am not quite sure what your comment is meant to tell us.
Do you think it would be better if Knoxville did not have authentic ethnic food that goes beyond Louis/Peking Inn; if Knoxville lacked a variety of live music events such as the jazz night; or if Knoxville grocery stores were confined to Kroger etc.? If so I would like to know your reasoning for that.
Or do you think that the revival of downtown and the growing intent to make Knoxville a more livable place (consider the bus system) with more options for dining, events and grocery shopping has led to a higher rate of bad crimes? (That seems suggested by your comment, but I do not see any reason for this idea, so maybe I misunderstood you.)
Or do you simply resent all change because, well, it's change?
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