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Has Old Louisville reached it's potential?  Please let us know your opinions on the status of our neighborhood.    What, if anything, do you think needs to be changed?  Are there any problems that have not been addressed?  Do you have suggestions for the improvement of Old Louisville?  Do you have suggestions or comments about this web site?   People are listening! Go to our Feedback Form and speak out! 

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Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 30, 2005
02:44 PM

U of L athlete probably.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David
Saturday, April 30, 2005
02:33 PM

To the kindergarder whose probably 25 who never

learned to read or write. Learn how to spell.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
tom
Saturday, April 30, 2005
02:28 PM

derby is nice. Louisvilles a great place. To person below me, learn how to spell. Cant understand your language.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 30, 2005
02:01 PM

jame wt yu emale. frut kak @ tuty frty. toty


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 30, 2005
01:57 PM

It's from all the horses in town, horse poop. Derby time again. Drink some bourbon, cleans out the nose.


      
Saturday, April 30, 2005
01:46 PM

Louisville stinks


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 30, 2005
01:12 PM

Oh man! I saw that dude too. His last name is Claus.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
john
Saturday, April 30, 2005
12:49 PM

Louisville has ugly bums, with big white beards and 10 year old sweaters


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Friday, April 29, 2005
08:09 PM

http://www.4thstlive.com


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Friday, April 29, 2005
08:03 PM

http://www.4thstreetlive.com. Louisville has some good lookin bums. I wish one would pop out on me. I be next !


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
07:22 PM

He was one of those guys that check for a signal. "Can you here me now?" Wi-Fi I think.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
07:17 PM

4th street live bums. Has anyone noticed all the bums on 4th street live at night. I went to a dumpster and this bum popped out and said this spots taken junior. go on somewhere. 4th street is becoming skid rode like the one on little shop of horrors.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
06:42 PM

Next time you put gas in your car to go home in the suburbs you might like to know where it came from.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
06:31 PM

There have been Muslim people that have lived in Louisville in the burbs and Old Louisville for many years. Did you know they do not eat pork or drink liquor? They also worship on Friday instead of Sunday. Their websites are also in more than one language. http://middleeastdaily.com also go to http://www.islam-guide.com.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
01:39 PM

http://www.emainusa.com.


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Friday, April 29, 2005
01:25 PM

Ok, what is the hamburgur guy talking about.


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Friday, April 29, 2005
01:24 PM

are you nuts person below me. I think he was talking about the emain condos. Preston point and so on.... your lost


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
01:15 PM

The idea of E-Main was to get everyone excited about using a computer. I guess most of us old people fell for it. In the early 90's most of us had never used one. Old ways die hard for some of us. None of us wants to die knowing that life will continue. You can now even use a touch screen computer at the race track. Looks like the idea of E-Main won! If you post here you are using a computer. E-Main USA for the next generation is forever. In other parts of the world the USA ranks 11th in internet use. It is not just Kentucky that is behind. It is the entire United States. Even the poorest of the poor in other countries can use the internet and can read and write in more than one language. Well I guess for us in the U.S. a job at a hamburger place will have to do.


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Friday, April 29, 2005
12:39 PM

yah


      
Friday, April 29, 2005
11:38 AM

Yah its amazing how much were growing.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 29, 2005
11:12 AM

Louisvilles growing and growing. Ladies and gentleman you dont know what your witnesses. Our city has finally rose from the dead. Emains going to be sick in 3 years.


      
Friday, April 29, 2005
11:10 AM

hey ronald, did you know st. louis would actually be the number 1 most dangerous city by far for 2004 but st. louis police didnt turn in 6,700 police reports of robberies assaults murders and burglaries.


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Ronald
Friday, April 29, 2005
10:58 AM

Here look scott and anonymous heres snitch on line. http://www.snitch.com/. Here Scott, here is americas safest cities and most dangerous by Morgan Quitno. http://www.morganquinto.com/safecity.htm


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Ronald
Friday, April 29, 2005
10:54 AM

Dear Mary, aka Marcus, Mr. professor, anonymous

What is it you want? The last word.... I dont get your game at all. Stop spamming the message board. Its getting to the point where your making me not want to come on here. Stop the garbage, no more nit picking or last words. You are making this message board unenjoyable for me. You keep starting stuff with people. So Susan dont respond, if she wants the last word then let her have it. Be the bigger person, that way in her mind she will fell she won her little game. You keep bringing up the past. Shut it with all your negativity Mary. Where trying to have a conversation here, quit interrupting and spamming. Unless you have something nice to say, dont say anything at all. Its not that hard to say nice things. I really dont see what you get in trying have the last say. Its childish. So everybody needs to stop. Shut. Dont comment on old comments.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Woody
Friday, April 29, 2005
10:29 AM

The race is on http://www.kdf.org. For Derby time, places to go. http://www.citysearch.com or go to http://www.digitalcity.com. Type in Louisville or Kentucky. Bars and eateries are listed there. Happy Derby 2005. City web is http://www.loukymetro.org.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Mary
Friday, April 29, 2005
09:23 AM

Susan,

"For real though quit trying to start stuff anonymous. Let stuff go, god its only the last word. God quit acting like a toddler who craped his pants..."

Who's the one who won't let things go? You're the one who keeps babbling on and on...


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Friday, April 29, 2005
07:36 AM

Read this guys. It tell you all about the new buildings and construction going on around louisville.

http://www.lca-inc.org/LCA/default.asp


Posted by a Louisville resident
jday
Friday, April 29, 2005
06:30 AM

Well downtown has to triple in size and has to really come alive if we ever want to be looked at as a big city.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
08:31 PM

Yes downtown is booming


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Ronald
Thursday, April 28, 2005
08:24 PM

I can really see downtown louisville coming along. All we need is too land a downtown stadium. Maybe put up some more stores and shops along 4th street. Man, emains coming along nice with the condos. Its funny i feel by 2010 are downtown is gonna be twice the size. We have already added 2 buildings too the sky line. Waterfront park condos and preston point. We really are moving full speed ahead


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
08:04 PM

see ya later, look to chat with you some other time.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
08:03 PM

I got to go now, but heres a nice site that tells about about the history of old louisville. http://www.oldlouisville.net/vc/

peace


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
susan k.
Thursday, April 28, 2005
08:01 PM

I live on 3rd street. Its pretty cool but has crime like the rest of the city. Old louisville is notorious for car breakins.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:59 PM

2 and 3 street are nice.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:58 PM

i plan on moving to a downtown apartment somewhere.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:57 PM

What area?


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:56 PM

nan, you cant trust snitch. Im thinking about moving downtown


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
susan
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:55 PM

For real though quit trying to start stuff anonymous. Let stuff go, god its only the last word. God quit acting like a toddler who craped his pants.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:51 PM

Well i guess that goes to show you that you cant trust snitch for crime info.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:50 PM

nope the u of l campus dont got no robberies under it either


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:48 PM

Well maybe, the robberies are placed on the the u of ls campus zip code......


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:46 PM

i live on 4th street. god cant stand all the robberies. but its funny they say theirs been 20 robberies around u of l but i read snitch and their hasnt been 1 robbery under old louisvilles totals.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:44 PM

I love living on brook street.. I mean i got easy access to all of downtown and living right next to everything.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:40 PM

Now i am going to start a conversation. Dont start your crap. Let that stupid crap with getting the last word with dougy go. I mean how old are you?? You cause tension.... I like old louisville cause of Central Park and all the interesting mansions.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:37 PM

You know person belows mes right. lol I mean your a nuisance. lol I mean james is alright. But your intolerable. I mean quit posing as differnent people and starting stuff. lol You mr. professor and Marcus can leave here. You are not wanted here. You are full of hate and stupidity. Like a child. We cannot have conversations as long as you continue with your heinious remarks and verbal garbage. Quit interrupting conversations. lol..........................trash


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:32 PM

To the person below me. Why on earth are you trying to start stuff with people. You want the last word like a child. Shut your mouth and drop the crap with doug or who ever you are blabbing about. This forum is for intelligent people who have things to say about old louisville. Until you started posting here, james was fine. You are starting stuff on a message board. Please shut your mouth and leave if your going to let crap flow out of your mouth. That amazing you so badly crave the last word. You are trashy and you do not belong on this message board. Stop running it before the webmaster shuts the message board down. You got some serious problems, and we dont need them here. Stay off anonymous, unless you can post interesting facts about old louisville. That argument had ended and you like a child brought it up again. SHUT YOUR MOUTH.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:17 PM

Like we said, Gutterbugs: We don't want you on our website. Go away! "Doug" and "James the Freak" above all!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
an English Professor
Thursday, April 28, 2005
07:15 PM

To the buffoon below who tried to insinuate that "lest we a complete sentence do not have" is not grammatically correct:

Well, the stylism was obviously over your head... This sentence is correct. The verb order has been changed to make it remindful of Elizabethan speech patterns. That's why the person used "lest" to introduce the clause that followed. Ever read Shakespeare?


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:36 PM

Old Louisville is losing population because zoning changes are discouraging and often prohibiting chopping up the old mansions into apartments and they are reverting quickly to single family homes or homes with one apartment, and the primary unit has to be a substantial portion of the building. For details see http://www.loukymetro.org/Department/PlanDesign/pdf/TNZD.PDF


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:29 PM

Old louisville is growing...


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:27 PM

Old louisville is growing, you ought to drive through old louisville and see for yourself whats going on.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:26 PM

Old Louisville has lost population. The reason is however because more and more of the homes there are now single family homes, no longer rent rooms.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:21 PM

Here read this. Its describes the beauty and history of old louisville. http://www.historicoldlouisville.com/


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:15 PM

Oh old louisville is the largest preserved victorian district in the united states.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:14 PM

Also, are their any new houses being built in old louisville? Are their any new stores being put up?


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:11 PM

How long is brook street. I mean how many houses are on it. 13,206 people live in old louisville. How big are the streets? are they paving new roads. I want to know with old louisville is growing. I been checking zip code populations and it always appears the 40208 zip code is losing population. we need to pave and make more roads.


      
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:08 PM

Old louisville is great, any construction going on ?


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:07 PM

"lest we a complete do not have..." Lady aka Marcus as your other personality, how is that correct grammer. I think you need to stay in the trash where you belong!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:04 PM

DEar marcus your jsut a made up figure in that nasty ladys mind. to respect the webmaster i aint gonna cuss. but you and your personalities need to leave this sight. any body can talk trash on message boards. if you want to fight leave your address and meat up with douglaus. but if you dont shut up. god is there a point of talking trash on the internet.

toodles


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 28, 2005
04:01 PM

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Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Woody
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
06:26 PM

Did you know there is a Kentucky Fried Chicken location in Giza Egypt several feet from the nose of the sphinx ? http://www.egypt.com just for fun.


Posted by a Louisville resident
natlie w.
none
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
05:34 PM

Hello All! I found this on line, an excerpt from D.Domine's upcoming book GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE: True Tales of Hauntings from Americas Largest Victorian Neighborhood -

" A brisk fall day is the perfect time to stroll the streets of Old Louisville. An overcast sky overhead and dead leaves underfoot - and just enough chill dampness in the air to make you pull your coat tighter around you...this is the best time to amble along the old streets and alleys, admiring the imposing Victorian architecture while the smell of apples and wood smoke spices the air. The boxwood hedges surrounding the mansions and townhouses still have their summer green, but most of the towering trees have lost their leaves and can only rattle bare branches to protest the gathering winds. If you're lucky, you might pass one of the old gas lamps at just the right moment when dusk reluctantly surrenders the last of its daylight to night and hear the click and hiss of the lantern coming on in a feeble attempt to ward off the dark. This is the time that ghosts start to wander the streets of Old Louisville."


      
Marcus
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
05:28 PM

Dear Doug:

It's really not that hard to start a sentence with a capital letter and end it with a period. Go on, give it a try. Oh, and please do make sure to include a subject and a verb, lest we a complete sentence do not have...


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Henrietta von Hooperstein
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
05:26 PM

"Doug" - (Yeah, like we really believe that's your name...)

Please go away. We do not want you here. We would like to have some intellectual discourse about Old Louisville, and you SIMPLY do not have the intellectual wherewithal to participate. Go get yo'self a bottle of Colt 45, wrap it in the paper bag it came in, and lay down in the gutter where you belongs...

Toodles...


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
05:18 PM

"Doug" - You don't bother to spell correctly or write coherent verse because you simply cannot. You are undereducated and are a blister on the skin of society. No...I take that back: You are a boil on the blemished hide of an old jackass that fell in the swamp and cannot get up. We feel sorry for the jackass. We only laugh at you.


      
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
04:33 PM

fvyfyftyfyufgifufg


Posted by a Louisville resident
doug
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
04:26 PM

nan embarrassed, i aint trying to spell pig. i just write on hear not caring. you would need to have no life at all to care about your spelling on a forum or message board. you got problems. i predict your a 22 year old blonde haired girl. who just got married. you are a house wife who is getting ready to attend spalding. you are a joke. how can you care about your spelling on here. i just type and dont bother.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
04:15 PM

Dear "Doug" - Who's low class and antisocial? Sounds like you... Who's the sick individual writing that he or she wishes harm upon another? You! Who's the trashy one? Sounds like you again! And - in this whole dialogue - who mentioned anything about racism at all? YOU! As if you could determine a person's ethnic make up via several grammatically atrocious attempts at written communication... Get the chip off your shoulder and do something with your life instead of darkening our doorstep here at the Old Louisville Guide! How about cracking open an English grammar book and learning something? Aren't you embarrassed in the least?


Posted by a Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
11:51 AM

http://tolerance.org.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
doug
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
10:46 AM

You below are a ugly low class individual. you have no life and are probably a blonde girl with short haif. your stupid and have no life. i hope you hit by a car. you have no life and are a ugly unsocial person. i can already tell your rasist towards minorities. TRASh


Posted by a Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
10:16 AM

You below, are an idiot, and you don't know how to debate. Don't flatter yourself by calling yourself a simpleton. You're just plain stupid and have no class. You're either a bum who uses the free computers at the library, or else you're a would-be normal Joe who gets off on acting like an under-developed, braindead jackass who cannot even put together the simplest of correct sentences together in the English language. Look at what I just wrote and you'll get an idea of what proper English looks like, jerk.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
05:36 AM

i like trees and grapes


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
03:15 AM

So too the person below me, your a freak with hate in your heart. intelligent people dont call simpletons name. if you do your the real ignorant person. so why dont you shut your piehole and let real people debate. you and the loonies can go


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
06:57 PM

No, freaks, stay off this page! It's for intelligent people who have something to contribute to the discussion about Old Louisville...


Posted by a Louisville resident
502
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
03:40 PM

james james comeback,james


      
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
01:20 PM

Warning , last year I was on my way to Louisville during your derby i found speed traps set up on highway 64 east and west in Indiana around Dubois county close to the 231 truck stop and a couple of miles in both directions.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
04:51 PM

Louisville, KY (April 18, 2005) --- Old Louisville is an up-and-coming locale where many good things are yet to come! One of the nation's largest historic preservation districts, it now has a new visitor center, and Louisville author, David Dominé, has announced the publication of his much-awaited book, GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE: True Tales of Hauntings from America’s Largest Victorian Neighborhood, (2005) by McClanahan Publishing House, Inc. Ghost story enthusiasts and history buffs alike will swoon over this collection of authentically scary tales that is set in one of the country’s best kept secrets: Old Louisville. In this book that will soon hit the shelves, Dominé guides us on a masterful journey through the haunted streets and scenic alleyways of the largest Victorian neighborhood in the nation, offering readers tantalizing glimpses of an elegant past while opening the doors to the imposing turn-of-the-century mansions that dot this acclaimed national preservation district, his own 1895 Chateauesque mansion included!

While taking his audience on a literary stroll through the graceful parlors and secret rooms of these architectural gems, Dominé sets the stage for true stories that will send pleasant chills down your spine – or at least give you goose bumps! He includes first-hand accounts of strange, otherworldly happenings behind these fortress-like walls, along with historical tidbits, attractive illustrations and tantalizing photographs of these Victorian gems. This is the first in a four-book series that will document the lost legends and true stories of what many are starting to call the most haunted neighborhood in the USA. In conjunction with the newly opened Visitor’s Center in Historic Old Louisville (http://www.oldlouisville.net/vc/), Dominé will also share his haunted neighborhood with both locals and out-of-town visitors on guided tours through this forgotten gem.

Dominé, food critic and restaurant reviewer for Kentucky Monthly magazine, has also completed a cookbook he plans to publish soon entitled FROM SOUP TO NUTS: Eating Well in America’s Largest Victorian Neighborhood. This collection of tested and modified recipes from the 1870s to the early 1900s derives from the families and households that called Old Louisville home during the Victorian Era and will highlight the culinary celebrations of the Louisville calendar with well-planned menus that include everything from soup to nuts and more, including local anecdotes and Kentucky history as well as the best in state produce and artisan foods. Dominé says his recent book endeavors “reflect a growing desire to capitalize on Old Louisville’s claim to fame as the Largest Victorian Neighborhood in the USA” and at the same time he hopes to “showcase the unique character and hidden charms of this largely undiscovered neighborhood with the rest of the country … and the state.” Many believe that Old Louisville will soon join the ranks with other neighborhoods such as those in New Orleans, Charleston and Savannah that have become travel destinations in their own rite due to the abundance of historical charm and fascinating architecture.

Did you know, for example, that the lost spirit of a young woman in white still waits for her betrothed on the steps of the majestic First Church of Christ, Scientist? Even though she died almost 90 years ago? Have you heard that a young boy supposedly wanders the quiet spaces of Fountain Court? His ghost, that is, since legend has it the boy died in a 1912 fire at the elegant St. James Flats. Has anyone told you about the menacing tree that used to stand at the center of Floral Terrace? Rumor has it, it served as a lynching tree for many years and some unfortunate victims haven’t quite forgotten yet …

Have you heard? In the late 1880s a young maid was attacked and killed by two thugs in her employer’s house on Brook Street. Did you know locals still claim to see her spirit walking to and from work – although the house was torn down years ago? These are just some of the fascinating tales that await readers who pick up Dominé’s absorbing collection of haunted tales from the largest Victorian neighborhood in the nation, so get it now. Happy Hauntings!

$21.95 (ISBN 0-913383-91-0) McClanahan Publishing House, Inc.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
04:48 PM

Please, Dear Lord, let that last comment be true!


      
james the  man
Monday, April 25, 2005
03:50 PM

I am here to say this will be the last post i ever make. good bye


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
03:08 PM

jame yu frut kak rdy mr chzy hed.


      
james the  man
Monday, April 25, 2005
02:36 PM

what are you 5. learn how to spell. didnt your mommy tell you not to get on the computer. oops i think i hear her calling you, shes say the grilled cheese sandwiches are ready.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
02:02 PM

jame i thnk yu skitzo rcist kkk.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
01:50 PM

Jam yu didnt aprl 6 wt yu emale jame.


      
james the  man
Monday, April 25, 2005
01:22 PM

I got you tried to mimic me but you didnt say my name right. everybody knows i put 2 spaces after the and then right man.


      
james the man
Monday, April 25, 2005
12:36 PM

http://www.micetrap.net


      
james the  man
Monday, April 25, 2005
12:23 PM

OLD LOUISVILLE IS LAME AND SMALL


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
11:39 AM

http://www.ghostsofoldlouisville.com/


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
09:59 AM

http://www.citysearch.com , go to http://www.digitalcity.com.


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 25, 2005
07:25 AM

i have a huge rod.


      
Monday, April 25, 2005
07:21 AM

I have riddle. Im small, have no crime, i have a micoscopic downtown. You can go accross me in 5 minutes. i have ugly people in me what am i......................................................................................................................................................answer louisville,kentucky


      
Drew
Monday, April 25, 2005
12:11 AM

oh yah like id really write that, nice try!


      
james the  man
Sunday, April 24, 2005
12:08 PM

Ok genius's ill admit. James the man, drew, and jack are the same person. Got i hate that bat who always detects i posing as different people.


      
Drew
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:55 AM

OH and person the reason you can walk everywhere is because louisvilles so microscopic and small. Yah you can walk anywhere. You can drive from shawee park to crescent hill in 5 minutes. Thats crosstown. Louisvilles a small middle class city. About the size of des mois iowa except way smaller. Drew 1450 and 2298 of brook street


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:49 AM

Louie


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:48 AM

Old Louisville is as close as you can get to Old World Charm in America. People from around the world live here. It makes for a very interesting place. It is also only 10 min . from the airport . You can fly to New York in one and one half hours. Drive to Cinn. Ohio in about the same amount of time and catch a plane to almost anywhere in the world. If you work downtown you do not even need a car.


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:39 AM

Oh forgot my name fellers its drew.


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:38 AM

What im not james the man. The webmaster know that. Cause he/she can see my ip address. Im not james the man and i aint jack!


      
LL
Sunday, April 24, 2005
11:34 AM

My husband and I currently live in Atlanta. He is originally from Louisville and I am a native Altantan. We are moving back to Louisville within the year. I absolutely fell in love with the historic Old Louisville section and that is where we are planning to make our home. I agree with the poster below who said that some Louisvillians do not realize the gem in their midst. Old Louisville is one of the most amazing areas I have visited (outside of London, Europe, etc)., the potential for the community is endless! I look forward to moving to a city that does not take over 1.5 hours to get to work or to get anywhere for that matter! That is Atlanta. I really enjoy this website and look forward to meeting some wonderful people in Old Louisville. Until then--LL


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
10:56 AM

Looks like James the man is a white guy , age about 46 ,former Military , stationed in Korea during service. Might have formerly lived in New Orleans, now lives on Brook street in Old Louisville.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
10:42 AM

Like the tiger we wait for you to trip on how you word things.


      
drew
Sunday, April 24, 2005
10:21 AM

Are yall stupid. What you think im the same person. The korean guy is named jack, my alias is drew. You think i just am the same person playing the role as different people. You all are truly stupid.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
09:59 AM

Hey New Orleans, I enjoyed your city. Glad you are in Old Louisville. If you were in Korea you might be former military. The word crackerjack will never get you a good job. These words might http://www.matisse.net/files/glossary.html. When we learn to walk with the tiger, we have the power to build a city.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
09:30 AM

P.S. I also live on Brook street. You sound like someone I know. What hundred block are you in ? I might be your neighbor. I know a person from the gumbo place.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
09:02 AM

I win ! You might live in Old Louisville but not as long as I have. You might have an apartment , bet you did not renovate the place. I bet you also only speak english. You might know about the tiger. However you have never been to a place to touch one . The zoo does not count.


      
drew
Sunday, April 24, 2005
08:31 AM

Wow what a movie jack. Whew. I knew tigers were better but thats just a little premature female tiger destroying a male lion with his man shaved. Oh and to the idiot. I live on brook street. Louisvilles safe and your obiously a lil dumbass. Im from new orleans crackerjack.Id say stuff about your pathetic a** but dont want webmaster to eraise it.


      
jack
Sunday, April 24, 2005
08:24 AM

Oh and another thing. MAle siberian tiger have been recorded decapitating male lions head with one swipe of the claw. Male tigers have even been documented of taking down elephants. Tigers are solitare and use killing tatics and killer instints to take down its prey. Where as lions hunt in prides and it take 10 to 12 just to take down a gazelle. Lions wouldnt even been king of the jungle if leopards romed in packs but they dont. Lions are over rated. Oh yah did you know that dogos can kill pumas. a dogos a rare breed of dog. click image!!!! http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v75persiantiger/s03602.jpg


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
08:16 AM

HEy yall stop the bickering and watch this clip!!! Tigers kill lions very easily!!!!!!!!!!!!! That show animal face off is bullshit!!!!!! Ive experienced tons of tiger fights and lion fight when i lived in korea. Oh its a 6 month old female tiger vs a male lion with his man shaved. Tigers are quick and much better fighters. The romans and the british used to fight them and the tigers won 85% of the time. ITs no contest gentleman. http://www.toomuchtimeonmyhands.com/media/videos/JMTextreme/Lion.Vs.Tiger.wmv


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
08:15 AM

I admire your ignorance. I am sure you have not yet made it through grade school yet. Pampered little white boy from the suburbs I am sure. To scared to live in a real city. Only people with wisdom and a mind for adventure can live in a city. It is to bad the spoiled brats from the suburbs landed in Old Louisville only after the work is done.


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
08:02 AM

To person below me. Stop carring things on. Oh im not the one who wrote it but honestly quit griping and making a big deal about it you sound like child whose whining. Oh and susan notice how somebody didnt say anything critisizing louisville for a week and you brought it up. Only because you wanted the last word. how childish.. You just started a argument when you did that. Check the dates. Dont respond to comments that are more then a week old. Your just starting back up the flame and wanting the last word.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 24, 2005
07:13 AM

To the person that is having fun calling the webmaster names all you will do is end up making it bad for all of us if this feedback section is closed down. If you are an educated person you will stop. If not your next post will only prove your ignorance.


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
06:14 AM

Mckenzie mattinglys phone number is 502-290-6328. and he lives at 207 s sherrin avenue, 40207 louisville. thats where he stays and his number.


      
Sunday, April 24, 2005
02:16 AM

The webmasters such a pansey.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 23, 2005
01:27 PM

Today in Louisville http://www.kdf.org.


      
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Woody
Friday, April 22, 2005
01:06 PM

For the meal being made in Old Louisville. Old World dishes can be hard to make if you can not find some spices. Go to: Al Baraka Spice Market. You can E-Mail them: karmsaid2004@hotmail.com. They will ship them to you.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Woody
Friday, April 22, 2005
12:25 PM

For anyone that would like to have a hand made rug for your Old Louisville home go to: El Sultan carpet school Sakkara Touristic Rd. Giza Egypt. 202-819-2222. Carpets are hard to find to fit some rooms in Old Louisville homes . This location can make you one. I was there on a recent trip.


      
drew
Friday, April 22, 2005
03:01 AM

louisville is small and gooey


      
james the  man
Thursday, April 21, 2005
12:57 PM

to the comment below you need people like me im one of kind. . also you cant eraise your competition. only cowards try that.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Kelly
koolkell@gmail.com
Thursday, April 21, 2005
12:42 PM

I am just a visitor to yall's site....I couldn't believe my eyes when I was reading some of the entries. After spending this morning reading about our city's history....the Great Southern Exposition, the DuPont family, Uncle Fred's "heart attack", and Bidderman's house and yard (now central park)....I was excited to go to a site to read about the people that live there now and how they must be beaming with pride and excitement of the history behind the walls of where they live. I think the webmaster needs to get a better handle on the comments people are posting.

Personally, I will never look at the park the same way. I even felt a little "misty" reading about the history of the park...I recommend everyone living in this city do a bit of "catching up" on our history. This city was built on the backs of our ancestors and I am one proud Louisvillian!!!


Posted by a Louisville resident
Kelly
koolkell@gmail.com
Thursday, April 21, 2005
12:31 PM

I am just a visitor to yall's site....I couldn't believe my eyes when I was reading some of the entries. After spending this morning reading about our city's history....the Great Southern Exposition, the DuPont family, Uncle Fred's "heart attack", and Bidderman's house and yard (now central park)....I was excited to go to a site to read about the people that live there now and how they must be beaming with pride and excitement of the history behind the walls of where they live. I think the webmaster needs to get a better handle on the comments people are posting.

Personally, I will never look at the park the same way. I even felt a little "misty" reading about the history of the park...I recommend everyone living in this city do a bit of "catching up" on our history. This city was built on the backs of our ancestors and I am one proud Louisvillian!!!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David Domine
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
02:44 PM

People - thanks for the interest in the tours that are currently being organized out of the new visitor center. In regards to the upcoming tours and such based on the stories in my book GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE, I am currently working with the management in the Visitor Center in Historic Old Louisville to get these up and running, but it hasn't actually happened yet. Hopefully, we will have more to report in a couple more weeks. In the meantime, feel free to email be directly at davidram13@iglou.com . Thanks.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David
davidram13@iglou.com
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
02:40 PM

Susan,

Yes, what you've heard about the makeup of the area is correct - at least in my opinion. There are more and more families coming in every day, and along with constant influx of out-of-towners and Louisvillians wanting to get away from the dreary life of the suburbs, the growing diversity of this area keeps drawing those interested in a kinder, "slower" way of life. I'm not from this area orginally, however, now - after more than 10 years here - I consider this my hometown and don't have any plans to move. I, like most people who are new to this area, have been pleasantly surprised by Louisville in general, and Old Louisville in particular. But beware, most people who are natives of Louisville don't know what a gem they have in their midst - that's why people from all over the country are moving in and snatching up the lovely old homes in the historic district, knowing full well that in a couple years it will be almost impossibe to afford anything in the area. I haven't met anyone so far who has regretted the decision to move to Old Louisville.


      
susan
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
09:28 AM

David, I'm interested in moving to Old Louisville. Currently, I'm living in Chicago on the north side (Lakeview/Boys Town) and may be moving to Louisville in the near future (job transfer). I love Chicago because of it's diversity and energy. From what I understand your community is made up of intellectuals, artists, eclectics and a substantial gay population. I also understand that this neighborhood is going through a rebirth, or re-growth. What's your opinion? In addition, are there many families living in Old Louisville (I have twin 2 1/2 year-old boys)? Thanks, Susan


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Mary
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
09:07 AM

Has anyone heard when the tours will start out of the Visitor Center in Historic Old Louisville? I'm anxious to learn more about this neighborhood and especially to take one of the tours based on David Domine's ghost books.


      
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
01:14 AM

Sorry for my 2 comments below. i was immature and only playing.


      
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
12:04 AM

Im turning you in webmaster. You violated my first amendment, i feel violated and that you viloated my consturional rights. you violated the my rights. You took away the first amendment from me. i feel people have right to a freedom of speech. i will protest!


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
12:01 AM

lou


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
11:16 PM

the webmasters a weenie head


    

A few needlessly nasty comments and replies here have been removed.  Sorry about the 1st Amendment thing.  Please post ideas, personal insults and vulgarity can go elsewhere.
      ---webmaster

Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David
Monday, April 18, 2005
07:57 PM

oops, sorry, I meant "neighborhood" ...


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David
Monday, April 18, 2005
07:56 PM

Susan,

Thank you for coming out and saying what I've been thinking all along! You're totally right, and I wish people would realize this isn't a public chatroom, but rather a place for people who live in - or at least have some interest for, or useful comments to make in regards to - OLD LOUISVILLE to discuss what's going on in the neighborhood and share information!

And you were so right in your observations as to the abuses of the English language demonstrated on this forum. Where has all the grammar gone?!!! I used to enjoy coming to this page to get caught up on what was going on in the nieghborhood, but now it seems that it's 99% worthless drivel and little more...

Thanks!


      
Susan
Monday, April 18, 2005
02:43 PM

Let me get this straight... those of you trashing Louisville still live here?? If you don't like it so much, then get out. Ohhhhh, that's right, all talk and no backbone to do anything about it.

I believe this message board is for residents of Old Louisville, or people who have something worthy to say about it. I'm shocked at the amount of idiots posting to this message board. The messages are not only irrelevant but riddled with typos, horrible grammar, incomplete thoughts, childish rants, and just plain vicious nonsense. In addition, you remain anonymous. Easy to talk trash when you don't sign your name, eh?

Get a life. Do something instead of sitting around b**ching about it.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
David
Monday, April 18, 2005
12:13 PM

ATTENTION!

In case you haven't noticed, the panhandlers and scam artists are out in full force. I live in the 1200 block of South Third Street, and Saturday morning I was walking down to a neighbor's house when a man approached me and asked to use my phone because his car had broken down. I didn't have my cell phone with me, so I offered to return to my house and let the man use my phone to call for assistance, an offer he accepted, all the while embellishing the details of his breakdown and emergency situation as we walked. I'll spare you all the details of the man's story, because they are typical of frequent scams in the neighborhood where people ultimately and invariably try to get money out of you. However, to make a long story short: I suspected the man was going to ask me for money, but I still decided to offer help in any way I could - short of give him money - in the event that the man's plight was a real one. He used my phone to call various people, and I even offered to give him a ride to the places he needed to get to. When he realized all he was going to get from me was assistance, he gave up and decided to go elsewhere.

Since I was so amazed at all the elaborate details this man had come up with to make the scam all the more convincing, including calling a taxi service to find out how much the fare was to a certain location and calling supposed “coworkers” at his place of employment on Hurstborne Lane, I checked the numbers in my call log after he left to see where he had actually called. Most of the numbers were for the Walnut Street Baptist Church (589-5290 and 589-5229). This normally wouldn’t have to be a problem, but, as the man was calling, I could clearly hear the other voice or voices from the other end, and it was obvious that whoever was answering the phone at the church that morning was playing along with the man’s ploy! This type of thing has happened several times before, but this was the first time I realized that people were abusing a local church’s generosity.

Just an FYI!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 15, 2005
01:44 PM

i live on 2nd street in what was the old 1800 block, now the 1600 block i think. i want to know more about this house. what type of people usually lived in the houses down that way (business owners....)? also, will there be any pics up of 2nd street ever, or was 2nd street never really the nice road as compared to 3rd and 4th? i would really like to know.

Compiling this data is tedious and not without expense, but just to say we're working on it.  Anyone who would like to volunteer to research, take pictures, etc, let us know.  Meantime there are Excel files in the history section that have a large amount of data on the early residents (names of residents and years, etc) and are a good start for research on a particular house.  This is slow work, so patience please and again, we welcome submissions from anyone to expand the knowledge base.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 14, 2005
09:53 PM

i live on 2nd street in what was the old 1800 block, now the 1600 block i think. i want to know more about this house. what type of people usually lived in the houses down that way (business owners....)? also, will there be any pics up of 2nd street ever, or was 2nd street never really the nice road as compared to 3rd and 4th? i would really like to know.


      
Saturday, April 09, 2005
04:51 PM

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Saturday, April 09, 2005
02:25 PM

I got a riddle. Im small, dinky, poor, have low crime, and have a horrific downtown as well as low population per square miles in the city. WHo am i............................................answer louisville, kentucky


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 09, 2005
08:56 AM

As U of L expands it needs to add fences and security cameras to the budget. If students are out walking at night go in a group. Also it is a good idea to stay sober. Everybody knows it is easy to roll someone that is intoxicated. Be alert in the suburbs or downtown. Two law enforcement officers not long ago also had a gun put in their face at a mall. Needless to say that was not a good idea for the guy that did it. I was on a shift working in the jail one night and a guy that tried to rob a black woman was nearly beaten to death by the woman. The guy that tried to rob her did not realize she kept a brick in her purse. Be safe.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 09, 2005
08:21 AM

Did you know that two of the best things to have in your bag is a comb and a can of hair spray. You can use them both to protect yourself . Also your keys or a belt. Just spray them in the eyes or give them a good wallop with the belt buckle.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 09, 2005
08:07 AM

Rule of thumb is to never leave anything of value in a car. My car got broken into out at the mall during Christmas.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
tony
Friday, April 08, 2005
09:53 PM

Hey guys i love central park dont yall just love it. Oh im worried about walking the louisville campus at night. I personally dont like guns shove in my face and getting robbed. The police need to do something and we need more community involment people. Per example dont leave valuables in your car at night, cause you know what will happen to your window. Oh stop by my site and become a member and chit chat about rottweilers and pitbulls. Plus enjoy the site. http://www.freewebs.com/game-dog


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
tony
Friday, April 08, 2005
09:49 PM

Somebody please go to me and my friends website. Go to address bar on your computer and after http:// type in www.freewebs.com/game-dog. And click on message board and register as a member it takes 2 seconds. It a message board about rottweilers and pitbulls. Just register and leave a couple posts. It takes 3 seconds. Leave pictures of your dogs of any kind. Please just leave a post. Oh off that, there seems to be alot of haters who dog louisville, well if you dont like louisville or old louisville then dont post here. This is for people who love and adore louisville. Stop posting trash. We are making a incredible comback, we are rolling right along. Old louisville is a great neighborhood in which i live and adore. Old louisville is the largest victorian district in the usa!!!!!!! and the 3rd largest preservation district in the usa. Oh and about louisville, we are rolling, we just put up a 627 room new marriot, 4th street live is finished, emains condos district is looking beautiful, THe bats got improvements, The frazier weapons museum is open, and those are just a few things. The skys the limit with old louisville and louisville. Boundaries are endless. The future is bright. tony


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
02:01 PM

Free at last,free at last, thank God almighty we are free at last !


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
01:43 PM

Louisville sucks low crime. God i hate it. God when is somebody gonna get murdered.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
12:28 PM

Has to do with the suns blocking ability. The earth magnetics rotation radio frequency it can lighten and darken skin cause mood swings be careful if there is a full moon.


Posted by a Louisville resident
deshawn
Friday, April 08, 2005
11:36 AM

Westport road area? Are yall serious. Go up by walmart in the far westport area. Turn at murphy lane, it aint nothing but us blacks all up in allthose condos and apartments. Plus its half black in the subburbs around worhtington hills and stuff. And you talking about whites afraid to play ball. We all play ball together. And truth is the race we donts get along with is browns mexican americans. We both want control of streets and them lunies will pull out guns and start busting. Something i noticed being black and a brother in all. Is dat african american males and mexican american males dont get along. I mean the gangsta males of each race. Not the 15 and 16 year olds with purple hear and crap. Tension is high between black males and brown males. I dont know why exactly but it fricken frustrating!


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
09:30 AM

Fact is I don't want any of you to move downtown. Thank all of you for your millions in upgrades to my back yard. My out of town guest love what you have done for us. We did not know you cared for us so much. You can have your malls. I prefer fine wine . Something none of you in the suburbs have.No you do not have over 1,000,000 on hand. "I do" !


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
09:14 AM

Love that Westport road widening project. Now them there east enders can live with an expressway next to their bedroom window. I bet their property value increased. I know everybodys property value went way up in Old Louisville this year. City said so and they are the experts. They have the fact sheets.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
08:33 AM

Crime ? There is more stough stolen out at the mall per day than anyplace in Louisville. Also at the mall it got so bad that now in most stores you have to pass through a theft detection device to get out of the store.O'h and by the way the mall is going upscale with a K-mart soon. Only rich people can go to them places.....................


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
05:44 AM

I need to ask all of you a dumb question. Why do yall move to the suburbs to get away from black people in the city playing basketball only to go to the suburbs and put up a basketball goal in your driveway? White people aint smart enough to turn playing basketball into a multi million dollar career.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
05:13 AM

You know, we in the suburbs are stupid ! We moved to the suburbs to get away from all of the hustle bustle after work . Now we have nothing but hustle bustle in the suburbs. I recently went downtown and found people walking the river and playing with their dog on the great lawn . Da_m them people that live downtown. How dare they enjoy their peace and quiet on a Sunday.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
04:49 AM

Be sure to take a tour of a suburb near you. http://www.micetrap.net.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
04:00 AM

http://www.blackjournalism.com.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
03:37 AM

Central park is where the police station is. I guess you not only are calling the mayor names now you are calling the police names. Who you going after next ? The west end baptist church ? You should be getting a knock at your door sometime today.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 08, 2005
03:30 AM

You live in the suburbs how would you know ? You do not know how to spell. Obviously you do not know how to read a newspaper. The rest of us do.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
11:48 PM

How big is old louisville. Is central park horrible. I heard brook street is the highest crime street in louisville.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
07:00 PM

http://www.vatican.va just for some news.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
04:07 PM

http://www.cyberfireworks.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
04:03 PM

Wow http:///www.cyberfireworks.com was fun.


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Thursday, April 07, 2005
03:01 PM

http://www.scirus.com . Example type in math.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
12:06 PM

http://belleoflouisville.org


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
11:21 AM

http://www.brownhotel.com.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
11:05 AM

http://www.louisvilleglassworks.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Thursday, April 07, 2005
08:13 AM

http://www.louisvillehotbytes.com


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
08:50 PM

http://www.seelbachhilton.com/history_celebrities.html.


      
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
04:34 PM

Let me jog your mind a bit. http://www.orlingrabbe.com/boptrot.htm.


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
04:30 PM

You can thank bible thumpers and the people of Frankfort for the slow growth of Louisville . Those are the people that control the purse strings. I guess some of you forgot about the Kennedy bridge bribe scandle and bop-trot probe.


      
anonymous
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
04:13 PM

Aint nothin to do louisville stinks. We need to widen downtown instead of just trying to make downtown longer.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
04:07 PM

Worst mistake this city ever made was giving up the old trolly. If the city wants us to see whats new why dont they run the trolly from the riverfront to the race track for free for awhile or a small fee on weekends while it is nice outside. Those trolly cars downtown seem useless when they do not cross broadway. Not as much fun on a bus. Hint -hint.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
03:29 PM

If anybody needs computers and office stough there is a office depot down by the borders book store down by 4th st live that book store is turning into a hang out even has a place to get a hot drink or cold. You can walk it or grab a bus , bike i didnt even know it was there.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
02:19 PM

Come on guys. Whoever is ranting about nothing to do downtown, just consider, Spiderman, in the 3 seconds it takes you to get from project to project (one of which is slated for demolition in the near future, may they all migrate to the fashionable East End) you'll be passing about 40 night restaurants and nightclubs on the way, a 24/7 extreme park and an immense waterfront park complete with belching fountains and cascading waterfalls. Come out a little earlier than midnight and you'll find the KY center for the Arts where you can enjoy symphony, ballet and opera which should be right up your alley. Catch a play at Actor's Theater and some smaller theaters in the area., or a night game at Slugger field, movie or concert or comedy at the Palace. Do a lot of the same during the day, or take a steamboat ride or go to a museum, there are many, you might learn something. Art galleries, glassworks, antiques galleries, libraries, historicd sites are other daytime or early evening activities Want to learn more, enroll in college or get a job, plenty of those downtown or a couple of blocks away. Think you know everything? then mouth off and get arraigned at our brand new judicial complex. All that and much more in those 3 seconds you're crossing downtown

Want to shop? Well, then you need to move to the suburbs, where that's basically all there is to do, except movies, franchise restaurants, weekend yard sales & staying home watching TV.


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:42 PM

your right no need for arguing,


      
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:08 PM

Stop fighting, Enough! yall are little babies!


      
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
10:53 AM

You know what i hate person below me. Uptigh twits who think they know every thing. Just snobby people like you. Their are not the same people posting. god i cant stand people of your intellutual level. Uptight and snobby, who think he knows everything. remember this...................guns kill people and anybody can shoot them and kill. I baltimore 8 black people were waiting for bus and a white boy started walking buy. It was early moring. They started talking stuff like they always do. And the white dud turned around a started firing a tech 9. He killed 4 and crictically in jured 3. He fled and got away. It was on baltimores news. he was wear a black hoody, with aa black yankees cap on. Point dont judge people.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
10:25 AM

I can not wait till I am in my 40's. What are you people doing ? Going through a mid age crisis. You can change your names as much as you want but we can all see it is the same three maybe four people posting here. You keep saying the same thing over and over again. I am glad you are enjoying your computers. This forum is about Old Louisville . Not downtown !


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
asrrw
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
08:09 AM

uh un. Are you mentally retarded. Kansas city missouri, louisville has more to do then kc. Go to the university of louisville to have your head cheched by mediacal doctor. Louisville is miserable and its downtown isnt bigger then paris's or any other downtown. Louisville people just talk trash and envy other cities. Remember john boel clowning st. louis cause he envied them on final four coverage. Kansis city missouri has the chiefs and the royals, and are about to get the hornets the nba team. Where small cities like louisville cant even compete with bigger more vibrant cities like kc for sports teams. Kansas city has a downtown about 10s bigger then louisville, and 30,000 more clubs, and things to do in downtown. Louisvilles a joke, fourth street live, its one block long and thats the only fricken thing to do at night time here. Heck before 4th street there was nothin to do. Heck its only the size of one tiny store in nashville. Wich by the way is 10 times bigger then louisville. Picture this in your head, Louisville has nothin to do downtown. before fourth street you couldnt even find a bum downtown at night. Kc is always packed at night and thats what leads to alot of clubs being shot up in kc. Where on earth did you get that louisville had more to then kc are you out of your looney toone mind. Your freaky, cause your so messed up in the head!!!!! I bet you watched louisville metro tv and saw that show on channel 25. Louisville is garbage and its downtown is tiny and miserable. You can walk through it in about 54 seconds. I have ran through it in 30 seconds and winded up at the beecher terrace housing projects. THeres nothin to do there and its really a joke. Louisvilles big thing is 4th street live, we hold all events there. Like were so pround of are tiny street with 15 stores, give me a break. Kc has more to do in louisville just in a block, louisvilles tiny and miserable.


Posted by a Louisville resident
jack
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
07:35 AM

T uh-uh. How big of an idiot are you. You just sayed all that bs. A city is judged on the size and livlyness of its downtown. And louisville kentucky has the tinest downtown in the nation. No city has a smaller downtown then louisville. You can walk through it in seconds. Hell, start clarksdale projects and end at beecher terrace projects. It takes 3 seconds. Louisville has nothing to do and is lame. Are you kidding, louisville is crap. You made yourself seem like a little twit trying to defend this lame pathetic city. Louisville is small, and you measure a city on its downtown and louisville has the smallest downtown in the us. I mean, shriveport and even chatenuga tennessee have better and bigger downtowns then louisville. And yes those people are right uh-uh, louisville is small and trys to bullshit people through counting county with city. Any city can do it. Louisville is small and yes its population is about 245,000.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
tom
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
07:26 AM

You define a citys size by the downtown and how big it is. Loouisvill'es is tiny.


      
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
07:25 AM

louisvilles stinks!


Posted by a Louisville resident
uh-uh
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
04:46 AM

hey this is totally freaky. whos the link monster? James, youre totally cool but youre freaky too. and whats this about city size? who gives a f.... ? like your comparing your private organ size. it's not the size, it's the quality. there are towns a lot smaller than louisville whith a hell of a lot more to do and towns a lot bigger that don't even come close. if you ever got away from home more than one or two times in your life, adn i'm not talking about going to next the big city of an hour or two away by car, you know what i mean. heres a challenge. think of small cities with more to do than louisville, bigger ones with less. how do we define large city? number of people or size? forget size, urban sprawl dosen't count, endless suburbia in all directions where everything repeats itself ever mile or two. get real. example: Paris France, total size smaller than downtown Louisville inside the waterson-riverfront loop population in the many millions. Rome, walk from one end to the other in a few hours. Kansas city, immense, bigger in size than many countries, little more to do, if any than louisville. Monaco city/country, smaller in land size than a louisville park, population about the same as a large country town in kentucky, like hopkinsville. challenge you to find more examples


Posted by a Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
03:03 AM

I had no idea how parents no longer treated their kids seriously. Give the guy a lolly pop. http://www.1-teenage-suicide.com. He just won the suburb stupid award.


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
02:31 AM

Hope all of you know that what you post also has an isp tag on it . If you post something here it could come back to haunt you if the police take an interest to it. Like the one about Jer.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
02:04 AM

I think it is someone in the east end trying to cover up what this kid said . Probably his parent.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
01:39 AM

I am sure that is what the parents of that girl that died in Indiana were thinking. Hope you do not have kids. Good night.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
01:24 AM

You really think im 17. God i love the internet. The truth is im 46. God isnt it cool how you can portray anybody on the internet. It truly is histeracle.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:54 AM

Any time James, any time. I will be gone for awhile. But I will return my friend. You can count on it.........


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:51 AM

On the other hand maybe do not go to that website. Is your dad gone ? Mine was and that is what got a lot of young people in trouble.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:49 AM

Good night too.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:47 AM

James hope you enjoyed some of the websites. You gave me a run for my money. Have a good night ! Go to http://www.smithandwesson.com.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:46 AM

The mayor needs to stop fooling the people and the news affiliates need to stop dramatizing over crime. I love posting educational comments on internet. As a juvenile its keeps me from breaking into cars and spray painting grafetti. Also it keeps me from stealing cars and looking for trouble. I used to be a menace to society and all the cops new me by name. I mean seriously the cops mad me leave hikes point and the east end cause i was committing all the crime. But now i find things to do that are constructive


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:44 AM

Wow not bad ! I am 50. Former firearms instruction . Taught archery in high school. Started teaching at age 12.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:38 AM

I agree with you on some of that. More than not. Louisville is not a giant city, but it has many small cities around it that can bring people in. I have traveled to very large cities in Europe. I am aware of the size variation. I hope I did not seem to discredit you in any way. That was not my intent.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:36 AM

Nan just kidding. Im 17, a juvenile delinquent, who always underachieved. Very smart iq 157. I never applied myself. I am working on a patton to come out with a shell catcher for handguns. I wonder with you believe that.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:33 AM

I am 67 you bat.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:30 AM

I ask your age because you seem very smart. If you are 20 you are extra smart. I am 50. Yes somewhat toothless but have some gold caps. Two hairs on my head that look like anteni for my smartphone that is smarter than I.


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:29 AM

Great ideas. But you got to remember louisville is nowhere near the size of any of those citys you mentioned. We need to start off doing simple things. Like ice cream shops and bowling alleys and arcades. Louisville can never get a sports team until the people of this city learn how to rep a city and chair for a city. As long as half the people in this city root for the cats, this city will never get a sports team. This city has the worst fans.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:25 AM

Well no one is looking.............. What would I do ? Put a mall on the riverfront like they have in New Orleans. Next I would put in a market square like they have in Philly. San Francisco just opened a grand market place on the water. San Francisco also has a nice China town. Shops and food all over the place. In Naples Italy each Sunday they have an open air flee market. "it would be a start" !


      
James the man
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
12:25 AM

Why do you ask my age? Do you know what, everybody can become rich. you just got to invent something. if yall really brain storm you can invent something great. Louisville is quite sad, i cant think of a city louisvilles downtown is bigger then. I got a great invention, im working on. Louisville's is a city that is trying to expand. It needs more entertainment.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
11:49 PM

I guess James is gone. There are a lot of things that people want for downtown. This Forum is for things in Old Louisville. The City needs to here from these people. Young and Old people alike want to be able to enjoy downtown Louisville again. I hope the city is looking at this forum.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
11:20 PM

James I do agree with you in some ways. When I go to Europe it feel like everything is alive. When I come back here it is like where is everybody? Everybody is in the mall walking in circles. I do if I may want to ask you . How old are you ?


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:50 PM

James I put that last site up because I was aware you were watching. I am glad you were. It is not my place to know who you are. Rather to know what in your life you are missing. That is not for others to view.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:36 PM

I am on my way to Rome this week. I will pray for us all.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:32 PM

May he who is without sin , cast the first stone.


Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
wouldnt you like to know
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:29 PM

Thought you were on vacation. Louisville is sad and a disgrace


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:21 PM

A site of interest for all of you : http://www.ipl.org.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:14 PM

Yes your http://www.pdastreet.com smartphone will work in Louisville.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
10:05 PM

Old Louisville keep your PC up to date.http://www.pcworld.com.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
09:56 PM

http://www.altfrankfurt.com is also I see a part of http://www.oldlouisville.com.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
08:28 PM

http://www.50states.com/songs/kentucky.htm


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
08:19 PM

Just for fun: http://www.howstuffworks.com.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
08:16 PM

http://www.kyhorsepark.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
08:12 PM

http://www.neighborhoodlink.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
08:00 PM

http://www.visitlex.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:57 PM

http://parks.ky.gov/cumbfal2.htm


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:49 PM

http://www.culbertsonmansion.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:47 PM

http://www.staroflouisville.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:41 PM

http://www.derbypost.com


      
James the man
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:36 PM

I thought you were on vacation on york street using the main librairy. I wonder................


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:33 PM

http://www.joescrabshack.com has tickets for Thunder at the Louisville,Ky location.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:12 PM

http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/horses/


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:09 PM

http://www.jockeysroom.com


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:04 PM

http://www.loukymetro.org


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:03 PM

http://www.kdf.org


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
07:02 PM

http://www.thunderoverlouisville.org.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
06:58 PM

http://kentuckyderby.com. Info. for guest to Louisville.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
06:54 PM

http://www.citysearch.com or go to http://www.digitalcity.com.


      
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
06:19 PM

I like your website with all of the information you have on it. I will be in your city for the derby...........I also found a website some of you might enjoy. I found it interesting. http://www.mrmike.com/explore/hrhist.htm. Enjoy!


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
05:56 PM

jame ar u scrd to gve me yu emale u no i wold win.


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
05:30 PM

jame hate no leve me he emale wont to emale jame debt jame debt i win wat jame emale jame wat u emale


Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
01:40 PM

LOUISVILLE IS PATHETIC !@#$%^&*(:"??+=-*/


      
James the man
Monday, April 04, 2005
09:53 PM

To person below me, id ont quiet get your asking. I give facts yall get upset. Louisville does not have a ghetto, i been to the west end and its a baby ghetto.


Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
08:22 PM

dos jame have emale i want to debt him i win james have no emale i win


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
07:11 PM

James I have been on vacation and I will not be close to a computer for awhile . Hope you are O.K. with your link . I use a computer at the library on York street. See you later.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
07:05 PM

That is true if I can not read your spelling !


      
James the man
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:57 PM

THanks alot for link, i appreciate its shows you can handle competeition. It shows you have debating skills. but you will never out debate me or win a conversation agaisnt me.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:49 PM

Check your own post below. I did. They are still there.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:38 PM

James you said citydata.com instead of http://www.city-data.com.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:21 PM

Some language can not be used here. Yes a webmaster checks this site. It is not me. Even mine have been removed in the past.


      
James the man
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:17 PM

Wowie, you have the power to eraise my comments! Wow thats cheap and childish. Not to mention hateful. This is a forum! Its for debating and discussing topics. ITs for debating. You cant run away from compition by eraising them. Like the old saying goes, you cant eraise your competition!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:14 PM

The link below has info for Louisville.


      
James the man
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:12 PM

whats the matter, to scared to put a link to city-data.com! why cause everyone will find out the truth about louisville.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
06:06 PM

Adam I found you a link . For everyone to see below .Since you told me you ride a bicycle.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
05:59 PM

http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
04:00 PM

What about some basketball courts ?


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
03:52 PM

New York population is about 19,000,000. All of the state of Kentucky is 4,000,000.


Posted by a Louisville resident
adam
Monday, April 04, 2005
03:37 PM

Atleast you admit louisvilles a small city with nothing to do. It takes a big person to admit that. Also louisvilles nowhere near st. louis or nashville or any city. Oh how exciting 4th street live. More like forth street stupid and dead. WHat a joke thats the only thing to do at night in downtown. I remember i rode my bike downtown coming from story avenue. There wasnt one person downtown and you could see tumble weeds rolling buy at night. What they need to do is put a bowling alley down town and a arcade place. Or a laser tag physility. OR hell put a gattis land downtown. Or a put put golf course. Or hey put a batting cage downtown. That way we dont have to go to that terrible one in st. matthews. Or hey put a baskin robbins downtown.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
03:27 PM

This is what a small country type city would look like . http://www.fullnet.com/org/jasper/ . That is where my family is from. There favorite past time is to set up speed traps on highways that go to and from Louisville during the derby. Their other past time is to eat a lot.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
12:53 PM

in on . Sorry !


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
12:51 PM

Its a nice day Adam. I am in Old Louisville and I am going to do what you said Louisville is all about. I am going to go out and sit on my swing and enjoy the sun and relax. Have a good day ! P.S. I traded my last gun in a nice bicycle. I ride it down on the new riverfront , it gives me time to think and enjoy life. Hope you will do the same.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
12:35 PM

Because Louisville can bost a larger population it can get more tax revenue to do the things you want the city to do. Everybody knows Louisville is not New York. Even New York is small if you go to other parts of the world. The Mayor still calls Louisville "Our Home Town". We all need jobs to eat. If no one comes here you will need that 9 mm to go hunt for your food every day. I grew up in a small town half the size of Louisville. Louisville is a big city to me. Would you rather be milking a cow out in the country ? People also Like Louisville because as you said they can come and relax . But the thing that will not let me relax is you thinking you need a gun to protect yourself . Your chances of needing that thing are as good as your chances are of a win on Lotto. How do I know ? I spent my life selling them. All that thing will do is mess up your life. I do not even sell them anymore.


      
adam
Monday, April 04, 2005
12:11 PM

Tyler park area. OF course their some things to do. what im saying is that louisville is a small mediocre city that trys so hard to seem big by counting county with city. Nobody believes that bullshit. Lousivilles popualtion is about 244,000. Its a small laid back city for people to escape big high crime citys to come and live in a small country type city.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
09:42 AM

Adam , did you check out this page ? http://www.oldlouisville.com/links.htm.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
09:20 AM

What part of town that Adam lives in is there nothing to do? I live downtown and have a lot to do.


Posted by a Louisville resident
adam
Monday, April 04, 2005
09:07 AM

Yup i am an under age white drinker, that cops refuse to bust. I keep that 9 millimeter underneith my seat just in case anbody tries to knock me. Yup youre right, but im giving you all the facts about louisville, its a miserable, tiny, nothin to do, no crime, no entertainment, low moral, ugly people, and overall louisville's just a terrible mediocre sized bullcrap city.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Monday, April 04, 2005
08:48 AM

Adam is one of those under age white drinkers that the police refuse to bust.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
01:02 PM

I like what they did with the riverfront , 4rth street . I can even walk from Old Louisville to all of it. On the other hand I guess I can drive out to the mall and walk in circles all day while the gas pump and the mall stores suck all the life out of my charge cards. A bike ride or walk on the riverfront is free. Since I live in Old Loui. I can even ride my bike to places downtown. The thing I like the best is i do not need to invade a country and hurt kids to do it. Each time I do not fill my gas tank my gas looks a little less red.


Posted by a Louisville resident
adam
Louisvillesucks@bullshit.com
Sunday, April 03, 2005
12:51 PM

Hey im louisville. The 69 largest city in the united states and i have the 180 smallest downtown in the usa. I just add up my population with county and call myself big. Jerry abramson is a queer and is his head is about to explode. Anybody who thinks louisvilles a big city needs to be punched in the jaw. we just say count county pop as city. If every city merged with county we would the 139 smallest city. Louisville is a joke and is incredably small.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
11:55 AM

For those that wander into a bar and get into a fight if the person you faught has aids and your blood mixes with theirs you too could become infected.Is it worth the risk ?


Posted by a Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
10:42 AM

Mortgage. Sorry !


Posted by a Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
10:38 AM

There is always a free tour of the court house and jail ! For some to get back out again might require a small deposit. At least one that will make a morgage payment on a million $ home. You know the ones we all want in the paper.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
10:07 AM

Schedule for Louisville. Monday-Thursday work for min. wage . Thursday night to Sunday morning get drunk and stay that way. Sunday go to church clean , make sure our breath does not smell of vomit from throwing up Sat. night so we can start the whole process over again on Monday.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
09:46 AM

It is sad that U of L lost the game. I do not know what the parents of these U of L students have done to them. Every time I see a U of L student in Old Louisville they have a beer in their hand. I also like a beer from time to time. But these people are drunk and going to partys all the time. There is nothing like a drunk croud rooting for a team. Maybe we all need to try to root for our team sober one time. After all it is the parents that raised these kids. It takes team work to win a game.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
09:41 AM

Did yall watch st.louis, they have more to do then louisville just in a block, the only thing lousiville has is 4th street live, wow. About a half a block long, woah, for the whole city to enjoy.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Sunday, April 03, 2005
08:54 AM

Louisville stinks!!!!


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
10:52 PM

A.J. ,Tyrone, or James have a good night ! In Louisville.


      
James the man
Saturday, April 02, 2005
10:33 PM

Let me tell you maroons something that aint my comment, i have left the comment to go to citydata.com but you truly need to check youselves. That comment isnt mind, how are you just gonna pend that comment on me. Oh and citydata.com facts are from the 2000 census and its weather is always up to date, go to the other cities to see crime then you will see how safe louisville is, and go to the zip codes to see how much worse they are then ares. Oh yo all are strait up maroons, if i leave a comment i am gonna leave my name. ITS JAMES. I guess you people generalize and make assumptions at who leaves comments. I am black and dont have any white in me. YAll need som strait up serious help linking me to comments. If somebodys my fan or trying to mimic me, so be it. IF somebody types like me and copys my fact, so be it. But let me tell you people something i am black and live in detroit! How dare you iggorant people tie me to that comment. When i leave a comment i leave my name. ITS JAMES JR., Check yourselves, but im sure you wont, cause yall are to arrogant to apologize. This will be the last comment i make due to all of you peoples stupidity. How dare you tie me to all comments. Once again lousiville drives a business, company, or person away with their terrible hospatality. Yall need to stop being such heels, i cant talk to people who are so stupid and talk with such stupidity. Its james. Ps you all will never get a sports team cause you dont know how to be fans, just haters!.............................................james


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
09:45 PM

Thanks James or who ever you are. You have shown all of us how racist Louisville can be. You have proven our point.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
07:55 PM

James has too much info. to not be into realistate. Also his spelling is only to try to fool you. It is also a shame that realistate people need to pretend they are African American to run you to their part of town. James is what we refer to when we say those people that tried to scare people to the east end.


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
05:47 PM

I went to that site city data. Some of that info is eight years old. Some of it is ran by a realistate company. They do not even have all the B&B's listed. A lot has changed in Louisville since they put in that data.


      
Saturday, April 02, 2005
04:58 PM

Go to the basketball court on lower brownsboro road. They put a light up at night over it. That means trouble. Now people can play at night. You know the full court basketball court accross from fantastic sam. A guy got shot on the court during an argument. Crescent hill is not a good neighborhood and its breaking through with crime. I mean i know a whole bunch of people from clarksdale that moved out to lower brownsboro road around that kroger and up all in those apartments. Crime is up steadily in crescent hill is quickly along with cherrokke triangle becoming east louisville. Crescent hill is about is about 80 % black along brownsboro road and for the first time in years im seeing groups of black people along frankfort avenue. Cherokke triangle is horrible along cherokke road. St. matthews and highlands are the safe zip codes and richie white places. But there Has been 5 murders in crescent hill in the last year. Newburg has had zero, norfolk has had 1. Why dont they make a big deal, cause the murders are in the city, newburg and norfolk are small towns in the county. Hell crescent hills murder rate is higher then the south ends murder rate. South end has 70,000 people in the 40215 and 40214 zip codes. crescent hill 40206 has 20,000 people. Oh to the person who keeps ranting about blacks, crescent hill and cherokke triangle make up east louisville. ANd their in poverty and most of crescent hills residents along brownsboro road are section 8 and living off food stamps. Actually crescent hill is real except for a few houses next to barret traditional middle school. Notice how is said a few. Oh go along crescent hill (east louisville) you wont find any mansions. What your thinking of when you say the rich white subburbs is deep into the highlands and st. mattews also springhurst along lower westport road. Crescent hill people and cherokke triangle lots of people strive for food and half to sell weed to survive. mostly along lower brownsboro road. You mean the county when you say rich white subburbs, their all over! The city east louisville is poor just like the rest of us. Except the area near seneca park. Go to east louisville crescent hill man its getting blacker by the minute it always has been. Go to citydata.com!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Really go to city data.com. It will tell you everything about louisville or any other city. you will see crime,house values,zip code race make up, 7 day weather forecasts, zip codes size, and anyhting about any city. It even gives you sateillite pictures of the citys and each zip code. Believe me it will be worth you time to go to citydata.com. I wish somebody would link it here. Somebody link it to this website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


      
Saturday, April 02, 2005
03:46 PM

http://www.biblebelievers.com/SHooper1.html


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
02:54 PM

Your call ! http://www.tolerance.org.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
02:44 PM

Has there ever been a black priest in Louisville ? Has there ever been a woman priest ? In Old Louisville or Louisville ? Has there ever been a black , or woman pope ? Catholic .


Posted by a Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
02:20 PM

One of the priest at my Catholic church was also a realistate developer in Florida.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
01:38 PM

Was the Pope for or against hate ? Why is it that Catholic schools are moving out of the poor areas of Louisville ? Why have they decided to move Holy Angels Academy at 2nd and Mag . to the east end ? Is a Catholic education now only for the wealthy ? Is Jesus for sale in Kentucky ? I do not want to have to buy a million dollar house in the east end just to go to a Catholic church.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
11:58 AM

Some people write that is "are" house in old louisville . It should be "our" house. I find many older people in Louisville make this same mistake.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
11:44 AM

Your first there is O.K. your second one should also be "there".


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
11:41 AM

James : There = place . Example "over there". Their= people. Example "it is their house". Just trying to help you.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
10:50 AM

Click on departments at the city website.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
10:36 AM

Looks like you are back. Yes Yes and Yes. There is so much there is no way to tell you where it all is. There are nice homes going up all over the west end. All kinds of new things in the south end. Have a good weekend . Road paving will be in full swing when it warms up. If you want more info. the citys website is http://www.loukymetro.org.


      
James the man
Saturday, April 02, 2005
10:16 AM

Are there any houses being built in old louisville or the south end. Any mediocre houses being built or descent houses. Are their any alleys or side streets being paved in south louisville or old louisville. Any construction going on.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Saturday, April 02, 2005
09:11 AM

I think they mean maintenance.


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 01, 2005
08:55 PM

what do you mean do to main


Posted by an Old Louisville resident
Friday, April 01, 2005
05:45 PM

Received notice : If you have insight cable . On April 02,2005 from 8:00 A.M.-11:00 A.M. you might not be able to use your computer due to main.


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