RE: Where's the "pointe"?
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- From: Tom Lamar <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 09:35:37 -0700
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Thank you. When I read the article yesterday, I was interested in the
project until I got to the "e" at the end of the name. It just reminded me
of the pretentious development names in Pullman like "Emerald Pointe". I
say they should drop the goofey "e" and get on with the project.
>Call me crotchety, but am I the only one who's annoyed by the name
>"University Pointe" for the new office-retail development on Sixth St.?
>So far as I can see, this has nothing to do with the university, except
>proximity. And there's no mountain or peninsula nearby that might be
>called a point. Does this name MEAN anything?
>And that cutesy little "e" on the end! Are we pretending we're in Merrie
>Olde Englande? I would think the Latah County Grain Growers might prefer
>something more local and plain spoken.
>I agree Moscow could use more high-end office space, but I'd be embarrassed
>to have "University Pointe" on my business card.
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