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Curbed Reader Comment Round-Up

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The best posts usually originate in our comments. To give appreciation to our amazing (and sometimes angry) commenters we feature their broad strokes of wisdom in a tidy comment roundup.

1) Ad: Fall Groundbreaking for Hollywood's Blvd6200: "My only beef with the project lies with the city, not the developers actually. They wanted to put in plentiful parking -- because people will and do still drive -- but were discouoraged from doing so by the city, who is trying to funnel people onto the subway. Look the subway is fine for a work commute, and for outings to someplace directly along the subway route. But it's not great for hauling groceries or sundry other trips/errands. Also, as Hollywood resident in a nearly 50-year-old-building, I have become resigned for there being no place for my guests to park who might be coming in from Manhattan Beach, West Hollywood or the Valley; i.e., places where the subway doesnt go anyway. I would have hoped that newer buildings reflecting a newer reality would have helped alleviate this crushing burden rather than purposely exacerbate it. Its all stick and no carrot."

2) Rick Caruso Knows You Need To Breastfeed "I respect a man that loves titties. He shall be mayor."

3) Downtown's Flat Apartments: Fun Parties, Tearful Residents "I'm the pool guy for the Flat. We did a chemical analysis yesterday morning and found that 56% percent of the liquid in that pool was AXE body spray. 13% is thrown-up vodka and Red Bull, and 7% is self tanning lotion."

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