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Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, December 31, 2005
 
07:59 PM

i was wondering if anyone has ever rented from Peterson Popham and knows about getting out of their leases. i've gone month to month, or was actually forced to and now they are telling me i need sixty days notice instead of thirty. i am suppose to call the head lady on tuesday to talk to her about it. i really don't want to pay another month in this hellhole. will they take me to court if i leave at the end of this month? can i pay last months rent with the security deposit i know i won;t get back? should i just leave or pay the final months rent just to get out??? please, anyone out there that knows from experience, let me know!!!! help! thanks all.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, December 29, 2005
 
09:47 PM

For those that like Historic Hotels go to http://www.algonquinhotel.com. This is a grand hotel in New York . Some of the staff there were aware of our historic area . They welcome all from Old Louisville.


 
Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
 
Frank Johnson
 
aqe1649@isd-media.com
 
Wednesday, December 28, 2005
 
05:43 AM

Good service


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, December 24, 2005
 
11:41 PM

http://316ormsby.com


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
FAG HAG
 
 
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
 
01:15 PM

<img src="http://www.wingedsnowleopard.com/albums/drakeoth_fursuit/P3240009.sized.jpg">


 
      
 
AY DUE
 
 
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
 
01:14 PM

LOUISVILLE IS SO GAY ALL OF YOU R GAY 2.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
 
09:40 PM

Notice to all going downtown to theater. New scam by African Americans. Ticket scalping at the theater just before a show. African Americans pose as having two tickets for a show. They offer to sell them at a good price. Because of how the ticket is folded you will end up paying for two tickets and only receive one. By the time you figure it out , your money ,and they are gone !


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
Leslie
 
lesliekidsfirst@hotmail.com
 
Sunday, December 18, 2005
 
12:17 PM

Hello! Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio and now living in Northern Indiana. I found Old Louisville to be a grand place. I have taken part in the Holiday Tour a few years ago and stayed at the "Central Park" Bed & Breakfast which was wonderful. The hosts were very down to earth and great to talk to. I like many others have fallen in love with Old Louisville and hope to call it home in the near future. Keep up the wonderful work you have done to make this place a great place to visit.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, December 14, 2005
 
08:25 AM

This what I found on http://www.survival-supply.com : Preparedness is everyone's responsibility. All sectors of society - business and industry, civic and volunteer groups, industry associations and neighborhood associations, as well as every individual citizen and every family - should plan ahead for disaster. During the first few hours or days following a disaster, essential services may not be available. People must be ready to act on their own.


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
Frank Johnson
 
akz8823<AT>isd-media.com
 
Monday, December 12, 2005
 
11:06 PM

Good Service


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, December 09, 2005
 
03:20 PM

Holy Angels Academy at 2nd and Magnolia might have water damage . Water was not turned off in the building. Someone might have forgot to turn on the heat. Also avoid this area at this time, a water main has also broken on Magnolia between 2nd and 3rd street.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, December 09, 2005
 
12:43 PM

Be sure to check out snow info. in and around Louisville at the City website http://www.loukymetro.org. Have a safe Holiday !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
 
07:07 PM

From Old Louisville. Joseph S. We love you ! Please phone home !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, December 04, 2005
 
07:31 PM

Happy Holiday ! http://www.hampsterdance.com/classxmas.html.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, December 01, 2005
 
12:36 PM

Be sure to check out the "New" website .http://lmpdasap.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, December 01, 2005
 
12:22 PM

If you see a crime in Old Louisville go to http://www.lmpdky.org. Everyone can be the eyes and ears of Old Louisville. Many of us have cell phones and cameras.


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
JED
 
 
Monday, November 28, 2005
 
10:10 AM

FIGHT!, FIGHT!!, FIGHT!!! Old louisville!

I am a recent visitor from Austin Texas and absolutely fell in love with old Louisville. The beauty of the neighborhoods is unmatched and reminds me of Europe. As soon as we came home I looked at the website and read about your struggle to keep your heritage. Take it from someone whose city experienced an architectural assassination. Nearly all of Austin's Victorian mansions and downtown bulidings were ripped down for bigger and better and now we have these plain ugly "things" occupying our downtown. So you must continue your struggle to keep your historical heratige or your city will loose its past which means it will loose its identity. A message to those assassinate architectual beauty and history. Money is great but you cannot take it with you but historical buildings are monuments to a city's people that last a lifetime.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, November 27, 2005
 
12:12 PM

well frist of all old louisville is smaller every day...sick all the north side of old louisville is now parking lots! instead of making high rise parking and taller constructions they are just distroying rundown areas and if you look at google earth there are about 1 square mile of parking lots in downtown louisville.And many of the historic areas are simply ghettos and slums now or project apartments...louisville's historic district is a ghetto...hard to say but true. not a ghetto like chicago or new york but a rundown old slum. i like old louisville and think its one of americas most unique places...help save old louisville.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
Jose
 
jochoajr1(at)hotmail.com
 
Sunday, November 27, 2005
 
12:09 PM

OLD LOUISVILLE IS ONE OF THE NICEST PLACES IN THE VILLE!!!


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, November 27, 2005
 
12:05 PM

well frist of all old louisville is smaller every day...sick all the north side of old louisville is now parking lots! instead of making high rise parking and taller constructions they are just distroying rundown areas and if you look at google earth there are about 1 square mile of parking lots in downtown louisville.And many of the historic areas are simply ghettos and slums now or project apartments...louisville's historic district is a ghetto...hard to say but true. not a ghetto like chicago or new york but a rundown old slum. i like old louisville and think its one of americas most unique places...help save old louisville.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
 
01:34 PM

( Smoking ban in Louisville ). Notice to the city of Louisville. Smokers have now decided restrooms in establishments are now the smokers heated rooms for the winter. I was recently in a Kentucky Fried Chicken at Eastern Parkway and Preston street and the restroom was full of smoke. All restrooms in smoke free establishments should have smoke alarms.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, November 21, 2005
 
12:13 PM

I was at a city auction watching two African American males try to purchase a parcel of property . I saw the African American males bid $55,000.00 for that parcel of property. Another group of bidders that were there were from the bank that owned that parcel of property. The bank that owned the property walked away as the high bidder. Later Mr. P.P. picked up that same parcel of property for a $30,000.00 figure. It was then sold to the son of a banker for a little over $30,000.00. Illegal ? Apparently this guy is untouchable by the Law , or the city. Is the city auction rigged ? How come African American's can not purchase property at a Louisville City Auction for the same price the white guys do ? I guess you would have to ask the City and the Banks in Louisville that bid on their own property. Is this not just another form of insider trading ?


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
peterson popham victim
 
 
Sunday, November 20, 2005
 
08:52 PM

Was reading all the posts about Peterson Popham and what a bad job they do. John Peterson and Greg Popham are the owners. They are very lucky that the tenants and owners are too busy and don't want to spend money and time suing them. Their luck may run out if tenants and owners band together and start a class action suit and let the courts decide if their practices are legal. They are still innocent until proven guilty.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, November 20, 2005
 
01:24 PM

Happy Thanksgiving Old Louisville ! http://thanks.bravepages.com.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, November 19, 2005
 
09:31 PM

Who put the very first computer in the Old Louisville information center ?


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, November 17, 2005
 
06:46 AM

Want another reason to come downtown ? http://www.courier-journal.com/ali.


 
      
 
Sigrid
 
sigikid1959(at)yahoo.de
 
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
 
03:40 PM

Hi there, greetings from Germany! :)

Thank you for giving me some real nice recipes, I missed some of them since I've left the states a couple of years ago.

Good luck and joy with this page further on.

And I wish you a wonderful holidy season. (That's why I came here for, I was looking for a good recipe for eggnogg:))

I've put this here because, I couldn't find a guestbook...


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, November 13, 2005
 
07:08 PM

http://www.merry-christmas.com/music/#


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, November 13, 2005
 
02:59 PM

Holiday House tour soon.....What is the history of the tree you might see inside of one of these homes ? http://www.christmas-tree.com/where.html.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, November 06, 2005
 
04:00 PM

none


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, November 03, 2005
 
08:24 PM

The color of fall in Old Louisville is beautiful at this time of the year . http://www.ucfv.bc.ca/biology/Biol210/1999/SeasonalChange/Seasons.html.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, November 03, 2005
 
09:43 AM

For those that like Kentucky history. http://www.kentuckyexplorer.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
 
09:17 AM

Chicago ? http://www.chicagohs.org/fire/intro/.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
 
09:12 AM

Seattle ? http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=5115.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
 
08:23 AM

Some info. for the person who said to see history is to go to San Francisco. http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/sf-burning.html.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 30, 2005
 
11:58 AM

We were all told it was only a city problem. http://www.stopaddiction.com/states/kentucky_drug_rehab_info.html.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 29, 2005
 
11:58 AM

If you want to find (white) college people. From good homes in the suburbs. That are too drunk to drive ,but do anyway. Come to Old Louisville. Parents from the suburbs can come and view how well they raised their kids. Then you will understand why Kentucky is not #1. For college people it is not about how you can make the city better. It is all about how much you can drink !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 29, 2005
 
10:34 AM

Lexington ? Lexington has nice horse farms. Not much in the way of historic buildings. I have eaten at the columbia steak house area for many years. It too was a run down area for many years. San Francisco ? Market street area is full of pan handlers, as well as the river front area of Seattle. The first time we visit anywhere it all looks better than where we live. Until we live there ! Louisville as well as Lexington have their problems (no place in Kentucky made the top 10 list of best cities to live in the U.S.) . Past politicians were educated in manipulation, and greed. As well as the bankers and realistate people that tried to push everyone to the magical suburbs. I lived in the suburbs with the drunk parents that beet their kids and wives with sticks and belts when they could not make the house payment. You will still see their smiling faces at church on Sunday.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
fowardthinker
 
 
Friday, October 28, 2005
 
09:52 PM

Why do people post weblinks that don't have anything to do with the topic of this website? And where did some of these people learn their spelling and sentence construction? Likely some of our most powerful local politicians have had the same lack of education and narrowness of mind in ages past. No wonder so many of these magnificent buildings have been destroyed. A glance at the pictures of those old, beautiful buildings that are now parking lots makes me ill. The downtown area may be vibrant and bustling today if we had valued our past rather than trashing it. My advice to those who argue against historical preservation - turn off the t.v., pick up a book and take a trip to an American city which has not paved over its past (try Seattle, San Francisco or Chicago). Too far and too big? Try Lexington.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 23, 2005
 
02:18 PM

We can all help to clean up the air in Old Louisville. http://www.louisvillebicycleclub.org. At the same time enjoy a grand tour.


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
 
 
Thursday, October 20, 2005
 
10:05 AM

DOES ANYONE KNOW OF THE MANLEY COMPANY THAT WAS ON SO. SHELBY ?? THEY MADE HORSESHOE PLAQUES AND I WOULD LIKE INFO ON COMPANY IF POSSIBLE.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 15, 2005
 
03:12 PM

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051015/NEWS01/510150444.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 15, 2005
 
03:07 PM

The Metro Council passed a law that if our alarms go off three times we get a fine. Why ? Is it now their job to patrol bathrooms ? http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051015/NEWS01/510/5044.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, October 14, 2005
 
07:09 PM

For more info. Contact Louisville Metro Police Department .Office of the Alarm Administration, 9016 Taylorsville Rd..,Suite 112 Louisville,Kentucky 40299. All of us including banks can now be fined if our alarm goes off three times within a 12 month period.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, October 14, 2005
 
05:41 PM

Notice to everyone in Old Louisville ,and Louisville. Due to a police shortage in Louisville, a law was passed Chapter 127 . Burglary and hold up Alarm systems. Passed by metro council. If you have a false alarm more than two times , the city will fine you. There are only two police cars that patrol Old Louisville at any given time. Those two cars can be called off from Old Louisville at any given time and sent to other parts of the city , due to a police shortage......Traffic police are not the real police, for your info. even though they drive a car that looks like a police car. They have no arrest authority.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, October 09, 2005
 
09:55 PM

Now I know why people are moved from one place to another. Now I know why there are no good grocery stores in Old Louisville or downtown. This is how they make us want to go to the suburbs. http://www.markswatson.com/popcontrol.htm. Because of the price of gas, I guess some will not eat tonight.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 09, 2005
 
12:35 PM

http://www.gaycitynews.com .


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 09, 2005
 
12:29 PM

http://www.blacknews.com . News site for African Americans.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 08, 2005
 
05:30 PM

http://www.worldracism.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 08, 2005
 
02:32 PM

http://www.interstateproducts.com/graffiti.htm.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 08, 2005
 
02:19 PM

Graffiti has been found on some cars in the area of Gaulbert and Lee streets. Graffiti can be cleaned off of cars with a buffer.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, October 07, 2005
 
09:29 AM

See how hybrid cars work, at http://www.howstuffworks.com. Just type "hybrid" in the search.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, October 07, 2005
 
09:25 AM

What will be the next big step for Old Louisville ? If we are true preservation people. If we want to save Old Louisville. We will all help to stop acid rain that eats away at our homes every day. When Old Louisville was built ,the "horse" was still used for transportation. In the 1940's Louisville's air was full of "smog". Today we have ozone days. We all complain about "litter". Now we can all be a part in cleaning up the air.Old Louisville's next step; http://www.hybrid.com.


 
Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
 
Sue Goad Ashley
 
gsashley(at)comcast.net
 
Thursday, October 06, 2005
 
05:22 PM

I would like to get a copy of an old yearbook from Haleck Hall for an aunt who graduated from there in 1950 or 1949? My aunt's copy was lost and it meant a great deal to her.

How would I get one to at least make a paper copy for her? Thanks in advance for your help.

Sue Ashley for Sue Bruner (or Susan Bruner)

My email is gsashley(at)comcast.net or info(at)vista-inns.com


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, October 06, 2005
 
04:23 PM

Old Louisville has changed ! No victorian had one of these; http://www.pdastreet.com. Also St.James ct. now has wi-fi ......


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
 
 
Wednesday, October 05, 2005
 
02:02 PM

The website http://www.tolerance.org is a good one . I enjoyed your art show.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, October 05, 2005
 
06:06 AM

How smart are we ? http://biz.yahoo.com/edu/qc?=2.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
 
06:05 PM

They said it was to run from , Who ? http://www.micetrap.net.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
 
12:56 PM

You do the math ! http://www.bankrate.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
 
10:50 AM

Many people living in the suburbs today in big houses are not wealthy. Today some are going to a 40 year loan and pay interest only. They will never own the home. Many people in Old Louisville however do not have house payments. That is why for so many years people were taught to flee downtown. Banks can not make money if your house is paid for. So they tell you run to that "Safe Suburb ". For $4,000.00 a month you can have some peace of mind ! They never told you gas would be $4.00 per gallon and your utilities would double. I guess the banks win again when you take out that third loan to pay for fuel. Man I am glad I did not fall for it. So are a lot of the other people in Old Louisville. We can ride a bus, walk to U of L, the grocery. Also plenty of places to ride a bicycle. If the electricity goes out, it will always go back on in the city first.


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
07:58 PM

7:17, the cat is out of the bag ! http://www.citysearch.com and http://www.digitalcity.com have all places listed . Type Louisville Kentucky into the search.


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
07:31 PM

Louisville's safe !!!!!!!!! But can be more fun than most can handle !! I am not from Kentucky, I have had a lot of fun in your downtown however. 50 years worth ! I also have shook hands with Mr. Abramson, and Mr. Armstrong. They are both good people. Many party people stop off for a good old White Castle, after a good night of fun....


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
07:17 PM

I think somebody had too many sips of bourbon. I am not a Kentucky native. Your downtown was alive and well even just a few years ago. The night seen was a great big secret , like it is even now. Those suburban husbands don't want there wives to know what goes on downtown at night ! Why ? Its a secret !!!!!!!!!!!


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
07:07 PM

No preservation Downtown ? http://www.4thstreetlive.com. $70,000,000.00 investment. Old Henry Clay soon to be $20,000,000.00 investment. Brown Hotel, Seelbach hotel, Palace Theater. Give me a break. Recently all that has been torn down is some old warehouse looking buildings . I do agree the Marriott looks nice. However they did ad in the facad of one of the old buildings it looks good. They need to fill in some of the empty lots that are downtown with some new things. Put a mall on the riverfront like they had in New Orleans.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
06:51 PM

No I did not eat the place !!!!! I ate at the place !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
06:47 PM

P.S. in a couple of years , you will need a high 5 figure income to live downtown. If not 6. High Rollers are downtown at night. Every other car is a Mercedes, BMW, or a Lexus. I ate a place called Saffrons. I thought I was in Tafel Motors car sales lot. Don't believe me. Go look for yourself !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
06:37 PM

I am not the person you are looking for ! Las Vegas ? I was there recently. They are trying to duplicate Europe because Europe is such a big draw ! Please don't send that individual there. Send them to the poor area of eastern Kentucky. They will be happy to come back to the slums of Louisville. People here have no idea how good they have it. The problem in Louisville is lack of education. Even I could use some more. Education is the only way out of the mess the last few generations left us. The last generation sold their souls for a buck "Fairy tail suberbs". Some people are just upset that they could have purchased one of these homes in Old Louisville for $1.00 several years back, and today they go for between $150,000 and $1,000,000.00 +. I would be upset too, had I not started on one years ago. This last month it cost me $500.00 to live in 4,400 square feet. I am laughing all the way to the bank. I only spend $20.00 per month on gas. Yep I live in Old Louisville ! O'h stupid me !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
06:24 PM

No just downtown preservationists are nusiances, and preservationists who take advantage of there job, in other parts of the city. No thats the attitude you have about that historical crap downtown. No theres beecher terrace to the hospital district thats downtown. An the mayor and developers continue to make it a downtown. There with me, city wants change and wants new buildings, theres no place for preservation downtown.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
06:21 PM

To you below, why dont you move to the subburbs oldam county. No problem with old louisville being preserved its downtown that there should be no preservationists. No its people like you that the reason louisville was once 12 largest city with out counting the whole county now was 68 all these years later cause of people thinking small non development, and haters incorparating into there small cities. You say Las Vegas why that no people like you are the reason louisville does not have a sports team, louisville is picked on and laughed at times. Are downtown is far from finished cause it used to be so horrible. But moving along. Where do you live jay town small city are something, god its people like you that strain the plans of the arena downtown. Louisville talks alot, always trying to talk that there with cities like kc and st. louis, when we know where not at the moment. But Jerry abramson is against you and your team of pestimistics, and he continues to say it loud and clear 16th largest. No son, i want it to be a vibrant downtown not a college town which is a t moment downtown no beating around the bushes. A st. louis, a indianapolis some day, a memphis, a nashville, a city that espn the restaurant will locate to. Your from KEnTucKy right. Your attitude is sick and you are against abramson. Fact is point is no ones are your side but a few preservationists. THe mayor and community members are moving the city along, its people like you that stay in your house all day. No i want louisville to be a exciting american city, you drama queen.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
David
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
04:08 PM

In response to the fool below who thinks "preservationists are nuisances" -

It's because of people like you that American cities look the way they do: bombed-out war zones filled with tacky strip malls, scattered ugly parking lots and absolutely no character, surrounded with several nice suburbs with the same old cookie cutter houses and bland, shoddily-constructed McMansions. In the sixties when your kind thought that Urban Renewal was the answer to inner-city problems and stupidly started razing the buildings that defined American cities, you should have done a little research into what defines a community. Any stabile community has to have a sense of identity and has to understand its roots. How can you do this when you destroy all visible vestiges of your past? 'Vibrant and alive' doesn't mean you have to disregard history, heritage and good taste in lieu of development. It’s not that hard to “preserve” an old building. Go to Europe where many cities rebuilt old edifices stone-by-stone after they were destroyed in WWII and you might have a clue. If you’ve ever lived in a REAL city, you’d know they all have one thing in common: an intact downtown area with historical structures that lend the city character and charm. Why don’t you go live in Las Vegas?


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, October 03, 2005
 
11:37 AM

The 50th http://www.stjamescourtartshow.com should be a High Tea event like Old Louisville has never seen in its history. All wearing period costume . Music and dancing in central park.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 02, 2005
 
08:52 AM

If you are not for preservation. Why do you live in Old Louisville ?


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 02, 2005
 
07:28 AM

Without the preservation people. Louisville would be full of bars , and hotels made of metal pole buildings and concrete blocks.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 02, 2005
 
12:42 AM

Posted by a Louisville resident Saturday, October 01, 2005 06:14 PM

How wrong can someone be, no I want downtown to be vibrant and everywhere you turn there is a club and a restauraunt opening up. At night every street lined with activity, the sky line improved and all. What are you talking about courier journal new press plant, tore down strip bars to make the marriot and the restaurants that went along with it. Made the slaughter house into slugger field. Tore down the brinly hardy eyesore at east main street to make a huge condiminium downtown, to complement preston point waterfont park place phases one and 2. Emain has went from nothing to now pretty much doubled are downtown . Old raggety buildings once again, have no place in a downtown of a big city. Thats how citys fall behind, its demolish and build, where every street is alive. Bars Bars Bars restauraunts and clubs , and new buildings and they tore down little king fish restaurant to make the muhammand ali center. Give it up, take yourself back 9 years put yourself on main street at 10 at night. What do you see nothing but tumbleweeds flowing by. The reason downtown has started to come to life and act like a big city is development and by looking at other cities. Theres no room for old buildings, you got to stay in the game and compete with the market. Downtown preservationists have no place in downtown any city. Plus there crooked look how they did the owner of gennys diner. They should pay for renovations shallow as comebe they are, forcing him to keep it then not even doing anything. Preservationists are just nuisances to downtown like shively was to louisville for many years. Times have changed louisville is changing


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, October 02, 2005
 
12:06 AM

http://www.nationaltrust.org.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
11:34 PM

Preservation people at a loss ? "Not !" $20,000,000.00 is being spent on the old Y downtown.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
10:46 PM

Who said downtown is dead at night ? Who ever said that has no idea how alive downtown is at night. You might just want to check out the hot spots at http://www.digitalcity.com and go to http://www.citysearch.com.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
06:14 PM

Okay, so how about Charlotte, NC. They took your advice, tore all the old buildings down. Now it's just a sterile financial-legal-medical industrial complex like Louisville was trying to become. So you want downtown Louisville to be block after block of flat concrete and glass walls. Acres and acres of parking but no reason to park. Anywhere bigtown USA. About as homey and with as much character as an unengraved tombstone. I have no problem with tearing things down as long as what is put in its place is superior to what is torn down. So far that's rarely been the case in Louisville. Nope, dear sir, you don't have the answer.

Take for example two cities in one state: California. Los Angeles, downtown ...who wants to go there? Deadsville. San Francisco, on the other hand, people love it. Lots of old buildings, and the new construction kicks a**.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
05:34 PM

You just don't get it do you. Tourism is fine, small towns sure why not. Neighborhood old louisville fine. Not downtown, louisville has decided to become a large city and no old piece of junk buildings are the death of city. The reason you used to go downtown and there wouldnt be anybody outside after 5. Ghosttown, who cares to make the city vibrant and alive new buildings have to be built, downtown has to be expanded. Preservationists have no place downtown in big cities. WHere behind other cities do to keeping old buildings to long and not teering them down like every other city and building new ones. Small towns its fine but big cities old buildings have no place and preservation is a joke in downtown. As you can see all the old buildings downtown are being tore down. TO build new buildings to get up on the level of a Kc or Indianapolis. All the junks being demolished and new buildings are being put up. Downtown Preservationists need to learn, they held back louisville for all those years! Like Shively incorparting southwest louisville, then we merged and got revenge on shively. Why does shively feel they needed to play games with louisville and hurt it. Preservationists are the death downtown. We are trying to become big improve are skyline, grow downtown. We dont have time to battle people trying to make are city a ghost college town. We are trying to become a big city by building and building downtown. LIKE EVERY OTHER CITY IN AMERICA THE OLD BUILDINGS HAVE TO GO. WE JUST REALIZED THAT OUT WITH THE OLD IN WITH NEW. THATS WHY DOWNTOWN IS COMING TO LIFE


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
03:22 PM

http://www.tia.org/Travel/econimpact.asp for more info.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
09:33 AM

In the U.S. two million people visit this historic city each year. http://www.dc.gov.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, October 01, 2005
 
09:19 AM

Touring history, and historic buildings is a multi-billion dollar industry. If you do not think so ! Travel to Europe sometime. They seem to know something, that we in America do not

 


 
 
 
 
Friday, September 30, 2005
 
05:52 AM

Density is good. All of louisville should be like Old Louisville.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, September 30, 2005
 
04:53 AM

john your attitude by many is the reason louisville doesnt have a sports team and was dead for many years downtown but you see we are defeated all you pestimistics and making the city go forward you are all but distractions that we have to defeat it takes time but we get by you people they need to tear down every old piece of junk building downtown history or not and build new buildings no other city is like us thats why where so behind other cities at moment its downtown preservationists look at are cities attitude what city would not build the arena downtown like the brinley hardy building that need to go thats downtown and an eye sore a new 74 unit condominum fluer de condiminoms is going there louisville decided to become a big city in 2003 and louisvilles efforts havent let up in the effort let up we have doubled are downtown size and we should tear down the butchertown neighborhood and continue the downtown for real around scate park worst all downtown buildings old need to be tore down louisville wants status like memphis indianapolis st. louis kansas city etc thats what it needs to do louisville doesnt want to be a medium sized city anymore times have changed this is unreal me hated louisville i admit my whole life i have finally learned to cheer it how can i not bats stadium emain tons of new buildings courier journal press plant downtown development like theres no tomorrow new arena downtown so from where arena is to the skate park we will have doubled are downtown size from 7 years ago louisvilles gaining notoriety louisvilles behind other big cities cause of preservationists and having to fight off lunatics that would even think about putting the arena anywhere but downtown but louisvilles moving forward and chopping threw downtown preservationists that want are city to be looked at as a country town with dirt roads in fact downtown shouldnt have preservationists the same junk buildings exist louisville cant expand and we will never be a st. louis type city if that happens downtowns expanding havent you realized that john we dont care about saving prehistoric times buildings downtown go cry yourself river louisville has decided where not a college downtown and we are building everwhere wonder why they tore down the shell gas station downtown fill in that lot at broadway 7th and 8th streets with buildings the haymarket will be that scientist louisville building louisville is not listening to preservationists downtown just laughing and slicing through to make louisville a big and vibrant city downtown i wish preservationists downtown would realize they have been the death of louisville for many years but now we are rising check louisville in 10 years and see where its at

its fine to have preservation in old louisville those buildings house alot of people old louisville neighborhood has more people per square mile then any other louisville neighborhood and the history of the neighborhoods


 
      
 
Deborah Wray
 
deborah.wray(at)clarence.nsw.gov.au
 
Tuesday, September 27, 2005
 
11:52 PM

I would like to congratulate you on creating this terrific website. I came across it whilst searching for heritage related things and have found the articles by Gary Kleier very good. The same conservation principles apply to us and our historic buidlings in Australia. Keep up the good work. I would love to visit Lousville one day! Deborah , Heritage Advisor.Grafton, NSW, Australia,


 
      
 
John Vermeer
 
 
Tuesday, September 27, 2005
 
11:50 PM

I have never visited Louisville, though my mother was born there. I just want to say I am horrified that you demolished all those beautiful old buildings in that elegant classic downtown. The post office, the church, the theater, the Ford Mansion. What were you thinking, people? Are you nuts? That was your heritage, left to you by your progenitors. You threw it all away. I'm particularly disappointed that a rural state like Kentucky would do such a thing. It happens all the time here in California, which makes us feel so rootless.


 
Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
 
 
 
Monday, September 26, 2005
 
06:31 PM

More press about Old Louisville:

http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050925/LIFE09/509250340/1052/life


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, September 24, 2005
 
11:51 AM

Check out the Cardinal's article about GHASTLY OLD LOUISVILLE: http://www.louisvillecardinal.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005/09/20/432f2ba4681d8


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, September 23, 2005
 
10:21 AM

Old Louisville, has no skate park. The skate park is downtown by the river. If you want to talk to someone about it . Go to the city website at http://loukymetro.org.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
 
07:55 PM

WE NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDDD TO HURRY UP AND ADD TO LOUISVILLE SKATEPARK DAMIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
 
07:49 PM

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I know you're unhappy but try that again without all the 4 letter words and racial slurs. 
   ---webmaster


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
 
05:22 PM

Our best wishes to http://keywest.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
Frank Johnson
 
ayg7259(at)radar3000.com
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
 
07:12 AM

Good Service


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, September 15, 2005
 
03:47 PM

http://www.cr.nps.gov/buildings.htm.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, September 08, 2005
 
07:37 PM

What all people in Louisville need in their home . http://www.quakekare.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, September 08, 2005
 
02:19 PM

Our best wishes ! to : http://www.neworleans.org.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
David
 
davidram13(at)iglou.com
 
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
 
05:32 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Victorian Ghosts to Haunt the Streets of Old Louisville Again Neighborhood Association Sponsors Halloween Fundraiser

Louisville, KY (September 7, 2005) --- Rhonda Williams of the West St. Catherine Street Neighborhood Association in Old Louisville has announced that preparations are well underway for the 2nd Annual Victorian Ghost Tour that will take place the weekend before Halloween, on October 28th, 29th and 30th. Given the overwhelming success of last year’s walking tour of haunted hot spots in ‘America’s largest Victorian neighborhood,’ the Victorian Ghost Tour promises to be a yearly draw for ghost enthusiasts and history buffs alike. “It’s a great way to get out and see one of the most important historic preservation districts in the nation,” she says, “and it’s also a great way to discover the haunted history behind one of the country’s spookiest neighborhoods.” In addition, all proceeds from the popular event will go to the restoration and upkeep of period lighting along West St. Catherine Street.

The Victorian Ghost Tour, a roughly two-hour jaunt featuring many locations mentioned in David Dominé’s local bestseller ‘Ghosts of Old Louisville: True Stories of Hauntings in America’s Largest Victorian Neighborhood,’ will take sightseers to such places of supernatural interest as the opulent Conrad-Caldwell House, the stairs of the lovely First Church of Christ, Scientist and the old Jennie Casseday Free Infirmary for Women. Costumed guides and interpreters will also share ghostly stories and legends from the area as they stroll charming gas-lit streets and alleys, and participants will be invited inside several of Old Louisville’s reportedly haunted mansions as well. Dominé himself will lead several of the groups, and the other guides will include talented members of the West St. Catherine Neighborhood Association, such as actor and screenwriter Jon Huffman, professor and writer Michael Williams and U of L art history professor Dr. Karen Britt.

Tours will form at the ticket booth at the rock in front of the Conrad-Caldwell House at 1402 St. James Court on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings before Halloween. The first group will depart at 6:00 p.m., and the last one will depart at 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets can be purchased for $20 each; the week of the tour they will cost $25 each. Call 502-635-5244 for more information, or go online at oldlouisville.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
 
11:12 PM

http://worldstorms.com. Just some info !


Sunday, September 04, 2005
 
12:08 PM

Who would be saved ? http://www.markswatson.com/popcontrol.htm.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, September 04, 2005
 
07:58 AM

http://www.tolerance.org.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, September 03, 2005
 
03:32 PM

Warning ! Property location: 1425 S. Third Street. Due to plumbers work, the root system on a magnolia tree in front of this location were cut. Ground is now giving way and might cause this tree to fall and cause injury to people, cars, or property. Attn: Peterson Popham mgmt. Attn: Louisville city inspections.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, September 03, 2005
 
08:34 AM

If a disaster hit Louisville. Would you know http://www.howstuffworks.com ? So you could survive ! Louisville has had floods, in the past, and a tornado. The Ohio sits on a fault line. I have felt the ground shake in Louisville. We can all learn from New Orleans..........


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, September 02, 2005
 
11:49 AM

http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Natural-disasters.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, September 02, 2005
 
11:44 AM

Would Louisville be ready if a natural disaster struck ? http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Natural.disaster.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, September 02, 2005
 
12:16 AM

What time is it ? http://www.timeanddate.com.


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
 
10:12 PM

I hope people in Louisville will read this article. http://psacake.com/dial_911.asp


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
 
04:46 PM

I saw Old Louisville in the Neighborhood section of the c/j today, talking about the city not giving a darn about Old Louisville. Fact is, that is very true. Several years ago at a third street meeting, a Louisville police officer told all of us that there are only two, that is correct only two police cars on patrol in Old Louisville at any given time. Traffic police, are not the real police. Traffic police have no arrest powers . Even at that , if a call goes out that more cars are needed in any given area of Louisville, Old Louisville can be left with no police protection at all. I called the Louisville police dept. one evening and no one came. I called again and was told, by dispatch. I am sorry ! We have no officers available at this time ! God forbid ,anything like 9/11 happen in Louisville !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
 
02:30 PM

We all want to keep Old Louiville clean and free of trash. "Acid rain" from air pollution eats away at the outside of our homes each year. If we all want to keep Old Louisville around for years to come. Think about making your next vehicle a "Hybrid".


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, August 19, 2005
 
10:02 AM

Check this out -from a recent press release:

OLD LOUISVILLE RESIDENTS KEEP AN OLD TRADITION ALIVE

If you’re from Old Louisville, you’ve more than likely heard of the old tradition of “calling days” or “visiting days” that used to prevail here. Each street in the neighborhood was assigned a specific day of the week when residents in the neighborhood could call and pay their neighbors a visit. For example, residents who lived along Kentucky and Brook Streets would ‘receive’ visitors on Mondays, and so on. In 19th century Louisville, it served a way to organize society life in a community that strictly adhered to rigid Victorian rules and customs.

Although many of these old Victorian traditions have long since fallen out of favor, some local residents have banded together to breathe new life into an old custom. “Not only can we keep an old tradition alive in our neighborhood,” says David Domine of the 1300 South Third Street Neighborhood Association, “we can also address the issues we’ve been having lately with certain problem individuals on our streets. If we organize ourselves and make our presence known, we can ‘take back’ our streets, if you will.” Rhonda Williams of the West St. Catherine Street Neighborhood Association adds that “it’s a brilliant idea that will keep an old tradition alive and allows us to be more vigilant of what’s going on out there.”

What originally began as a series of organized group walks in troubled areas has now evolved into a weekly schedule that strives to get a large number of Old Louisville residents out and walking in specific areas at certain times on regular days. “Our aim was to frequent those underwalked streets that are most scenic and that cut through large stretches of the neighborhood,” says Domine. “Most people said they got out and walked between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00 in the mornings and in the evenings, so we decided to try and concentrate our efforts at these times on the chosen days, although people get out and walk that day’s street at other times as well.” Most agree that Oak Street is in dire need of some attention, so the walkers decided to concentrate walks there during noon and 5:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays as well.

An informal schedule – loosely based on the old calling days – was drawn up, and people started to spread the word. Instead of meeting at a certain location, most strollers have chosen to make their way up and down the day’s designated street, stopping and chatting as they run into friends, and even making new acquaintances here and there. Some form groups and walk en masse after meeting at a designated location, while others prefer to stroll alone or with a partner. “I have to walk the dogs every night anyway,” says Ramón García of the 1300 South Third Street Neighborhood Association, “so I make sure I go to the street for that day, and I always run into my friends and neighbors. It’s a great way to get out and see the neighborhood.” Domine thinks it will take a month or two before the tradition has established itself in the community again, but he hopes it will catch on soon.

You’re invited and encouraged to join your neighbors as they stroll through the streets of America’s Largest Victorian Neighborhood! Come and help your neighborhood!

Old Louisville’s Walking Schedule: Main times 7:00-9:00am and 7:00-9:00pm

Mondays: First Street Tuesdays: Second Street Wednesday: Third Street Thursdays: Fourth Street Fridays: Sixth Street Saturdays: Ormsby Avenue Sundays: St. Catherine Street Saturdays: Oak Street (12:00-5:00pm) Sundays: Oak Street (12:00-5:00pm)

Strolling Old Louisville streets on specific days has many benefits: 1) It’s a good way to get some exercise; 2) It’s a great way to get out and meet your neighbors; 3) It can provide safety in numbers; 4) It’s a way for Old Louisville residents to show that they care about what is going on in their neighborhood; 5) It makes our presence known; 6) It revives an old tradition and makes Old Louisville even more unique than other neighborhoods in the city.


 
      
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, August 01, 2005
 
04:16 PM

Car theft, trucks in Old Louisville, see a crime. Take a picture with your cell phone. Old Louisville should have a contest for best photo of the year. Maybe even give a prize for the best photo. Might be nice to post a few in the newsletter.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, August 01, 2005
 
12:46 PM

Attn: Popham mgmt. and city inspections. Trees are falling at the rear yard at 1425 S. Third street. Tenants are in danger from falling limbs.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 30, 2005
 
06:16 PM

Today with cameras and alarms . "Jail time" comes to mind.


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 30, 2005
 
05:38 PM

breaking into cars is like a box of choclates, ya never know what you gonna get


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, July 28, 2005
 
09:44 PM

Add on: http://www.ionet.net/~luttrell/index2.html. History of the parking meter.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, July 28, 2005
 
05:29 PM

Warning if you go downtown ! http://www.vancourier.com/issues04/035104/news/035104nn2.html.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, July 28, 2005
 
02:54 PM

The Next Generation taking off: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/. Good luck in the new school year !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, July 28, 2005
 
01:37 PM

Can you find Louisville at this website ? http://virtualearth.msn.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
 
10:42 AM

I hope Old Louisville will not get any of these. http://www.marketingshift.com/2005/07/smart-parking-meters-city-life-worsens.cfm.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
 
07:38 PM

http://www.tolerance.org.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
 
06:22 PM

http://www.citypaper.com/news/story.asp?id=10354


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 23, 2005
 
02:01 AM

If you had been from OLD Louisville, you might have also known that the donor of Bernheim Forest lived here on 3rd Sreet for over 30 years at #1014.

http://www.oldlouisville.com/Streetscapes/ThirdAvenue/3rdW-1000.htm


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 22, 2005
 
07:30 PM

20 min. from Lou. http://www.bernheim.org.


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 22, 2005
 
11:41 AM

http://www.citypaper.com/news/story.asp?id=10305


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
 
08:19 PM

Turn on the http://www.lamptech.co.uk/ in your head.


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
 
09:43 AM

App: http://www.ahajokes.com/kentucky_jokes.html.


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
06:07 PM

http://www.top20fun.com/funny_jokes/3172.html. For Kentucky dog lovers and walkers only.


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
05:39 PM

http://www.kmsaonline.com.


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
05:27 PM

Test for : http://www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Sands/7085.


 
Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
05:20 PM

louisville


 
Posted by a worker in Old Louisville
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
05:20 PM

louisville


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
04:39 PM

jhasdfkasfdhkasljfhdaks


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
04:25 PM

http://www.game-dog.com/ LET ME EXPLAIN SOMETHING TO YOU ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THERE ARE PET PITBULLS THAT ARE MISUNDERSTOOD AND THEN THERE ARE GAME DOGS THAT CANT BE KEPT WITH OTHER DOGS. GAME DOGS ARE PITBULLS WITH SPECIFIC BLOODLINES THAT SOLE PURPOSE IS TO KILL. POOR PET PITBULLS(STREET PITBULLS ARE SO MISUNDERSTOOD) here are game dogs, maybe you all should learn the difference between pet pitbulls and game dogs. READ SITE BEFORE YOU BLAB YOUR LIPS ABOUT BANNING PITBULLS. GAME DOGS ARE KILLERS. RED NOSE PITBULLS ISNT EVEN A BLOODLINE, STREET PITBULLS ARE HARMLESS IF YOU TREAT THEM RIGHT. GAME DOGS ARE THE DOGS THAT ARE SEIZED FROM FIGHTING RINGS. http://www.game-dog.com/


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
02:30 PM

born in kentucky i am sure I will die in kentucky i was also educated in kentucky please forgive me for being rude


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2005
 
10:40 AM

Jefferson County Public Schools information on bus transportation for the 2005-2006 school year is online at http://www.jefferson.k12.ky.us, under the "Bus Info" link.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Sunday, July 17, 2005
 
08:22 AM

We in Kentucky do not need to worry about those that might do us harm in or out of the city. We are doing a good job of distroying ourselves. See the Sunday article ; "Poor Health In Kentucky". http://www.courier-journal.com.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, July 17, 2005
 
06:23 AM

http://www.hampsterdance.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 16, 2005
 
08:54 PM

Be sure to check out : http://louisvilletraffic.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 16, 2005
 
12:13 PM

The bridge project. http://www.kyinbridges.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 16, 2005
 
10:27 AM

Go to http://www.scirus.com. Type in words like, Old Louisville, math, space. Even murder , if that is what you are trying to understand. This is a great website to find all kinds of info.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 16, 2005
 
06:49 AM

!*&


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
06:39 PM

In Old Louisville we do our homework. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/low/health/1524500.stm.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:59 PM

:}


 
Posted by a visitor to Old Louisville
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:59 PM

:(


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:59 PM

:)


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:33 PM

A KILLER IS A SOCIOPATH SKITSOFRENIC WITH NARSASISTIC TENDANCIES.

PLAIN AND SIMPLE. KILLERS DONT GET CAUGHT. A MAN WITH GUN IS NOT A KILLER. A KID WHO SHOOTS SOMEBODY IS NOT A KILLER.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
04:23 PM

For good or bad. When we in the U.S. go to war. The guy at the helm , is a white guy. No black man in the U.S. has ever declared war .


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
04:07 PM

We who came from Europe were the great teachers of ways to get rid of people. Now we do not understand how someone would get the crazy idea of murder. Man is but a product of his own demise. http://www.metaphor.dk/guillotine/Pages/Guillot.html.


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
10:31 AM

:)


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
10:30 AM

Boogerboy


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
10:28 AM

http://www.citypaper.com/news/story.asp?id=10290


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
06:57 AM

http://www.titanic.com.


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
06:56 AM

http://www.titanic.com.


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
06:54 AM

http://www.creativebackyards.com.


 
Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:51 AM

asdfsa


 
Posted by a former Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:51 AM

asdfsa


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:50 AM

lou


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
joey
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:50 AM

http://www.thekansascitychannel.com/news/4726033/detail.html

Louisville=low murder rate ro average murder rate

Spokesman Dwight Mitchell Should be fired for fabragassing

Murders will never stop in any city


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:50 AM

http://www.thekansascitychannel.com/news/4726033/detail.html

Louisville=low murder rate ro average murder rate

Spokesman Dwight Mitchell Should be fired for fabragassing

Murders will never stop in any city


 
      
 
 
 
Friday, July 15, 2005
 
05:49 AM

http://www.thekansascitychannel.com/news/4726033/detail.html

Louisville=low murder rate ro average murder rate

Spokesman Dwight Mitchell Should be fired for fabragassing

Murders will never stop in any city


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Thursday, July 14, 2005
 
11:46 AM

http://www.matisse.net/files/glossary.html.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
 
05:38 PM

You could just go to http://www.howstuffworks.com and type in proxy in the search. If you want to know how it works.


 
      
 
Drew
 
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
 
03:41 PM

learn how to use proxys idiots then you can never be banned from forums. very simple. click tools. click connections. click lan settings. click proxy server check box and from a list like this type in a ip address and the port next to it. uncheck the proxy server box to go back to your regular assign ip address. check proxy server box to use proxy. heres a list of always working and updated proxys. http://www.publicproxyservers.com/page1.html


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
 
03:25 PM

Ip addresses are nothing, any idiot should know how to use proxies. Do you?


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
 
11:37 AM

Check it out! GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE is the area's number one besterseller!

http://199.249.170.139/bookstandard/news/author/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000975547


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
 
08:17 AM

http://www.citypaper.com/news/story.asp?id=10290


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
09:38 PM

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050712/NEWS01/507120370.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
11:06 AM

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6448213/did/8540381/.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
10:49 AM

You forgot http://www.tolerance.org.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
10:46 AM

http://www.blackjournalism.com/active.htm. Also go to http://www.micetrap.net. I just love people that live in the south.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
10:03 AM

WE ALL KNOW CRIME IS UP IN THE EAST END ! WAY UP, METH BUST , THEFT DETECTION DEVICES IN THE MALL, SECURITY ALL OVER THE MALL. THERE ARE MORE SECURITY CAMERAS AT THE EAST END MALLS THAN IN THE ENTIRE CITY , OR OLD LOUISVILLE. IS THAT TELLING YOU SOMETHING.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
05:08 AM

YES! IT HAS BECOME EAST LOUISVILLE! NOT IN A GOOD WAY!!!!!!! WELL ACTUALLY NORTHEAST


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
04:04 AM

you dont even want to know how much robberies and car thefts are up in the 40206 zip code.


 
      
 
 
 
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
 
04:02 AM

god my dream came true. they tore down clarksdale and relocated them all to the 40206 zip code in section 8 apartments. Crime is up 190% in the 40206. tearing down clarksdale has increased crime in louisville


 
      
 
 
 
Monday, July 11, 2005
 
01:12 PM

Save our history ! http://www.americans.net.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, July 11, 2005
 
10:29 AM

Many people died before , and after the building of Old Louisville. I think it would be nice , if one day . Old Louisville, would have some pictures , on one of its web pages of "people", that started things ,such as the "garden tour". Just a thought !


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Monday, July 11, 2005
 
09:16 AM

People - Don't forget about David Domine tonight (Mon 7/11) at theConrad-Caldwell House from 7:00 - 9:00. It's free and open to the public. He'll read from Louisville's number 1 bestseller, GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE, and then there will be a Q&A session and a book signing. Books can be purchased for $20.00.


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 09, 2005
 
01:30 PM

http://www.americanrevolution.com/LexingtonandConcord.htm.


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 09, 2005
 
10:57 AM

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050709/NEWS01/507090415/1008/NEWS01.


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 09, 2005
 
10:43 AM

Article is under metro briefs.


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 09, 2005
 
10:41 AM

Go to http://www.courier-journal.com for the article .


 
      
 
 
 
Saturday, July 09, 2005
 
10:36 AM

But yet another drug bust in the burbs: http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbc.dll/article?AID=/20050709/NEWS01/507090415/1008/NEWS01.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 08, 2005
 
08:04 AM

Old Louisville is like http://www.nps.gov/yell/oldfaithfulcam.htm.


 
      
 
 
 
Thursday, July 07, 2005
 
02:01 PM

Before Old Louisville, this was Indian Land ! http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Indian-massacre.


 
      
 
 
 
Thursday, July 07, 2005
 
01:40 AM

http://www.citypaper.com/news/story.asp?id=10272


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
 
08:58 PM

Last page posted was removed ! Why ? Average salary of a Lawyer , in Kentucky. Posted at $75,000.00 per year to start. If you could make $75,000.00 per year to start. Would you take a bite out of crime ? No crime. "No Salary" !


 
      
 
 
 
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
 
08:51 PM

http://swz.salary.com/salarywizard/layouthmls/KY/swzl_compres_state_KY_LE11000001.html.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, July 03, 2005
 
09:07 PM

http://www.childrenshungerfund.org.


 
      
 
 
 
Sunday, July 03, 2005
 
09:06 PM

Happy 4th America! http://wwwchildrenshungerfund.org.


 
Posted by a Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 02, 2005
 
10:57 PM

whys gibson lane closed


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 02, 2005
 
03:58 PM

http://ukprc.uky.edu/policynewsletter1-1.pdf.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 02, 2005
 
12:08 PM

http://lungaction.org/reports/sota05_cities.html#ozonecities.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Saturday, July 02, 2005
 
11:55 AM

Air pollution has been a hot topic in Louisville. http://www.air-quality.org.uk/index.php. More people will die of lung disease this year, than from just about anything else.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 01, 2005
 
10:35 AM

Happy 4th of July. http://cyberfireworks.com.


 
Posted by an Old Louisville resident
 
 
 
Friday, July 01, 2005
 
05:28 AM

Is it raining in Louisville ? http://www.nws.noaa.gov.

 


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