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Old 05-13-2011, 04:57 AM
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Confucius say: rumors that make no sense aren't true.

Ok, he didn't actually say that.

CONFUSED-US say: There BETTER be entertainment at Brownwood and why would the Morse's break the mold? Now after buildout I am curious to see if the quality of things remain or will we have to kick in signifigantly more fees. All the activities and such are what convinced us to settle here. Once the settling is done will they need "attractions"? One thing I know the bond between neighbors and all villagers will remain forever! We can always make our own fun and share. Kinda like a "pot-fun/luck" dinner
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Old 05-14-2011, 07:51 PM
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Since the article about Brownwood states it will be for residents' enjoyment, maybe we have reached a point where TV's ID
will be required to enter. As the population grows, it might not be a bad idea with previous posts about groups of kids,etc.,
sometimes troublemakers, hanging out around the other squares.
Just a thought.
Reads like a new rumor to me...
I read that Brownwood will draw from the regional market too.
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It's a rumor. Not true.
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Old 05-14-2011, 08:12 PM
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I believe you are right, it is just a rumor. But it gives us something to talk about.
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Since the article about Brownwood states it will be for residents' enjoyment, maybe we have reached a point where TV's ID
will be required to enter. As the population grows, it might not be a bad idea with previous posts about groups of kids,etc.,
sometimes troublemakers, hanging out around the other squares.
Just a thought.
Not a chance, as long as there are retail stores in the Brownwood complex , there will be access to outsiders..

but I do wish it was true fumar
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There's no way the Morse's keep anyone's money out of The Villages as they have an interest in every dollar that is spent here.

Always follow the money if you want an answer to your question.
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Old 05-15-2011, 10:28 AM
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Since the article about Brownwood states it will be for residents' enjoyment, maybe we have reached a point where TV's ID
will be required to enter. As the population grows, it might not be a bad idea with previous posts about groups of kids,etc.,
sometimes troublemakers, hanging out around the other squares.
Just a thought.
There is no way a residents only rule would maintain the squares. Without the "outsiders" coming in and spending their $ the stores and restauarants would close.
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Old 05-15-2011, 05:32 PM
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During the next two years there will be many changes in the type of entertainment available at the town squares. Many of the Villages' entertainment groups will lose access to the squares. I mean groups like the twirlers, cloggers and belly dancers will not receive the invitations anymore. Also on certain feast days, and Ethnic holidays, activities will be confined to only one square. Hasn't anyone noticed the absence of dual parades at both squares on both German and Polish days.
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Would these changes be because of a third town square?
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During the next two years there will be many changes in the type of entertainment available at the town squares. Many of the Villages' entertainment groups will lose access to the squares. I mean groups like the twirlers, cloggers and belly dancers will not receive the invitations anymore. Also on certain feast days, and Ethnic holidays, activities will be confined to only one square. Hasn't anyone noticed the absence of dual parades at both squares on both German and Polish days.
I assume this is just an opinion......not based on any facts, right?
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If it is happening already, it can't be because of a 3rd town square that doesn't exist yet! possibly a downturn in the economy?

I am sure the entertainment and everything else that is wonderful about TV will continue long into the future.
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Perhaps, tho I was interested in the "next two years" portion of the posters comment.
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