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June 02, 2014

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J.Mir

Well, we've lost a badminton center, and gained a tennis center. Not sure how I feel about this. Tennis was immensely popular 30 years ago, but its not much in vogue these days with people under 30. Badminton seems to be the hot thing around these parts. My kids love badminton and we were regulars at Bay Badminton before they got kicked out of their space. I can't get my kids interested in tennis at all, though i've tried. They were much more into badminton. Weird. I see lots of empty tennis courts around here these days, and the weather in this area isn't that bad - it's not blistering hot you know, maybe there's not as much motivation to play inside as there would be in the southwest Let's hope their business model holds up.

holyroller@hotwire.com

Lets forget about Tennis Courts and replace them with Urban Farms.

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