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May 26, 2013

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So true, Elaine.

Good post! I've heard from many that "it's just not the same as it used to be" from retired or current workers. That's tough to hear but I can only imagine conditions in other locations may be just as bad or even worse than here locally.

You don't make $22mil for telling the whole truth...

I'm trying not to laugh at the picture of the ruined ruins, but you're dead on it just symbolizes it all so well. Remember downtown Peoria? Nope, CAT bulldozed it. Remember the Mayan temple? Nope, CAT bulldozed it. And so on and so on...

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