MTLskyline

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    George W. Bush was a great president.
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    architecture, hockey, baseball, history, politics
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    Business student

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  1. MTLskyline

    mtlurb generic avatars

    I made all of the generic avatars on this website. http://www.mtlurb.com/forums/profile.php?do=editavatar As my right to post in the political section has been withdrawn, I am now revoking this website's right to use the avatars I have provided. I ask that all those who are using an avatar found in the avatar gallery to stop using these avatars immediatley. They are my intellectual property.
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    Poubelle

    Why did you vote no? I have spoken freely. I'm on no political organization's payroll.
  3. MTLskyline

    Poubelle

    Should Freedom of Speech be allowed on mtlurb.com?
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    Skyscrapers around the world

    I personally really like 30 St. Mary Axe in London. Is this the building you are talking about in Barcelona? They don't look anything alike.
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    Indiana Jones artifacts land in Montreal

    Huge fan of the movies. I will go for sure.
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    Marché d'édifices à bureaux de Montréal : actualités

    I always find it strange that streets in Quebec named after people usually seem to be as follows: Rue(Boul./Chemin/Av., etc) First name -(Hyphen) Lastname. Boul. René-Lévesque, Boul. Henri-Bourassa, Av. Christophe-Colomb, etc. In English-speaking places, streets usually only use the last name (occasionally the full name, but it is never hyphenated). Lévesque Blvd., Bourassa Blvd.., Columbus Ave., etc.
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    Marché d'édifices à bureaux de Montréal : actualités

    Those are all proper names. Nobody translates proper names unless there is a very widely used variant. The Gazette does translate some other street names: -Park Avenue rather than Parc Avenue. -Mount Royal Avenue rather than Mont-Royal Avenue -Pine Avenue instead of Des Pins Avenue Of course, there were some other commonly used names until only very recently: St. James St. instead of St. Jacques St. St. Lawrence Blvd. instead of St. Laurent Blvd. etc. You'll actually still hear old anglos call those streets by those names. I prefer Dorchester Boulevard.
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    Skyscrapers around the world

    This is the style of post-modern that I like. Wells-Fargo Building, Minneapolis
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    Skyline de Calgary

    http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=148434&page=376
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    Montreal Skyline 2012-2013 ?!?!

    He's updated his video! (warning loud classical music) There are quite a few that I have no clue what they are? -Tower next to 400 Sherbrooke Ouest -Tower near the new Marriott Courtyard -Towers near Viger Station -Low-rise Project right next to Hydro-Quebec -Building along Berri (?) -Towers where the Planetarium is now -Project on Rene-Levesque Ouest (maybe near Guy).. Probably the 1475 Rene-Levesque ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtV67B3ApcA?hd=1
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    Les Bassins du Havre : projet global

    High resolution renderings: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5304/5641528488_ef2dc43908_b.jpg
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    SELBY - 7 étages

    I contributed this so I reserve the right to delete it. Signed, MTLskyline