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Old 02-09-2016, 02:16 PM   #1
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That was nostalgic having been there in college from 69-73! IIRC sometime after that they banned glass; by the end of MG there was a layer of broken glass from bottles and other containers that crunched under your feet everywhere! Good times! As much as we enjoyed our college time there, DW and I agreed it wasn't a good place to raise a family; please take no offense.
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That was nostalgic having been there in college from 69-73! IIRC sometime after that they banned glass; by the end of MG there was a layer of broken glass from bottles and other containers that crunched under your feet everywhere! Good times! As much as we enjoyed our college time there, DW and I agreed it wasn't a good place to raise a family; please take no offense.
DW and I lived there from 82-86. We basically came to the same conclusion that you did about raising kids there. Great food and good memories.
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