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June 17, 2014

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larry scheib

Lets hear it for a proponent of 3rd world stature; maybe we should move all our GDP generating economy to Brazil which is building HSR. California is the 8th largest economy in the world but yet isn't one of the top 20 that all also have HSR. Lets continue to blow-up the cost of the line because of misguided law-suites and continue to write 1-sided pseudo journalistic articles about it.

Joe

Anyone who thinks this project is the key to improving the California economy is a fool. The money sucked out of the economy via the taxes and interest payments would easily do more for the economy than an overpriced, underutilized passenger train.

Please read the whole category, Larry, there are 100 posts prior to this one. You need a serious education before you reveal your ignorance again.

holyroller@hotwire.com

I like to be reminded about past articles once I a while.
The ones I wrote especially. I want to ascertain what has happened, if anything; remind our community to keep involved.
As well as bring the issue up again..if it has not been addressed by City of Burlingame Elders.

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