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  • 1983. After a century in operation, the train station in Moss needs to grow and a nearby neighborhood is slated for expropriation.

    1993. The expansion plan remained a plan. The houses still stand but the neighborhood has gone slumming. Why invest in a house that might be torn down?

    2003. Everyone passing through gets a free lesson in bad decision making.

    2012. With Europe on the dole and our coffers overflowing we lend the Germans billions at 1.5% interest so they can improve their infrastructure.
    Our own? Gone slumming.
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