[Vision2020] Moscow Looks So Much Nicer . . .

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 18 01:13:34 PST 2011

I think that was a great film, and thank you for it. The only thing I didn't like was how the last frame showed Moscow empty, rather than full of life like the other photos showed. Nonetheless, I still thought it entertaining and informative. I love old pictures, and I like the ones you post. Most the old photos I see of Idaho are of Boise, not Moscow.
Donovan Arnold

 From: Tom Hansen <thansen at moscow.com>
To: Kenneth Marcy <kmmos1 at frontier.com> 
Cc: Lois Blackburn <LoisB at q.com>; "vision2020 at moscow.com" <vision2020 at moscow.com>; B J Swanson <bjswanson at gmail.com>; Jeanne McHale <jeannemchale at hotmail.com>; Donna Woolston <appearances at mail.moscow.com>; Dinah Zeiger <dzeiger at uidaho.edu>; Kathleen Burns <kburns at ci.moscow.id.us> 
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2011 12:38 AM
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Moscow Looks So Much Nicer . . .
My intent was NOT to imply that Moscow was horrible in times previous to today, but merely to introduce the video I had created reflecting on the transformation of Main Street over the years. 

My apologies to anyone who may have misunderstand my intent.

Seeya round town, Moscow.

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

"If not us, who?
If not now, when?"

- Unknown

On Nov 17, 2011, at 10:24 PM, Kenneth Marcy <kmmos1 at frontier.com> wrote:

> On Thursday, November 17, 2011 07:03:59 PM Tom Hansen wrote:
>> . . . down on Main Street.
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB2bqSUBZ5M
> Yeah, well, it wasn't so bad back in the days when the smell of freshly sawn 
> wood emanated from the bookshelves in the new bookstore on the east side of 
> the street, and it was possible to walk across to the west side of the street 
> and get a Spruceburger and a beer.
> Mort's was still around. Whether their bookkeeper really did do the books just 
> for what he could drink -- and was overpaid -- I don't know.
> Pitchers and pizza were available further south down the street at Rathaus -- 
> then in a building big enough to hold an airplane and its passengers.
> Those were the days before someone had the effrontery to worry about a random, 
> errant apostrophe between t and s in a possessive non-contraction as its.
> Ken

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