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I was wondering if you guys can help me onto the right path for this question. Detroit is the number 1 crhyme ridden state in the United States. In the 1920s, Detroit used to be in the top 4 most populous and urban cities, bustling with economy and rich in culture. The question doesn’t ask why Detroit has such a high crhyme rate today, but what historical events has made Detroit the way it is today as opposed to the first couple of decades of the 20th century. How has it become so ghetto? Prohibition? Formation of gangs? What. What I found out was – Jobs being sent overseas. Detroit was held up by the automotive industry. As jobs started going elsewhere where labor was cheaper people started moving away. The tax base started to dry up and now we have a city that can barely keep itself going. It’s what happens when a city goes from a few million to 500,000, most of it turns into urban decay.
Has anyone seen that commercial for the Detroit Free Press, that has a whole bunch of clips and pictures from Detroit events, and it keeps saying “this time. ” Like, it’s time for change. What song is that?. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. The new single, entitled “This Time” features Brian Vander Ark on vocals, front man for Michigan-based band, The Verve Pipe. Here is a website that discusses the song: Here is the YouTube video of the commercial & song:
This is a semi-serious question. I think that if the International Olympic Committee would accept using existing facilities, the city could pull it off. Most of the indoor events could be held at Cobo Center or Ford field. The basketball would, naturally, have to be at the Palace of Auburn Hills; and the one true place for the boxing would be Joe Louis Arena. Use the same route for the marathon that is used for the Free Press race. The rowing and sailing events could occur on Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River. Do any other venues for the various events come to mind? Regarding the funding, I have a few hundred bazillion pop bottles to cash in (LOL). Do you know what I found? Detroit, Michigan USA has been nominated in the past by the International Olympic Committee to be a city that could have hosted the Summer Olympics. Detroit was nominated for the Summer Olympics in 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968 and 1972. Although Detroit would have been an ideal city to host the Olympics during the 1950′s and 1960′s, I could not see Detroit hosts the Summer Olympics in my lifetime and definitely not in the year 2020. Here are some of the reasons why Detroit could not host the 2020 Summer Olympics; 1) Transportation. Detroit does not have a mass transportation system that you would find in cities such as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Atlanta. It has an inadequate bus system that was not efficient when Detroit held Super Bowl XL and the People Mover is an above train system that does not take you to the many venues that would host the Olympics. Detroit would need a mass transit system with buses and trains all over the metropolitan area to bring visitors in and out of the city and I do not see a mass transit system coming to the entire metropolitan area anytime in the future. 2) The venues. Yes its true that Detroit does have many good venues such as Joe Louis Arena, Cobo Hall, Ford Field, Comerica Park, Wayne State University and venues in the suburbs such as the University of Michigan, The Palace of Auburn Hills and the sport facilities at Michigan State University could be used. However, Detroit would need to build a new Olympic Stadium that seated at least 80,000 to 100,000 spectators and some of the venues Detroit has right now would need major renovations which the city would have to spend to maintain. 3) The cost. Cities that host the Summer Olympics have to spend millions of dollars and possible bllions of dollars to host the games. A city has to improve its transportation, their economy, their venues and making sure that city is safe to hold the many international visitors who come to the city. Right now, Detroit and the State of Michigan are both Broke and financially unstable and many cities that host the Olympics (either Summer or Winter) go into massive debt that the city has to pay off. 4) Detroit’s Economy. Detroit as a poor economy because it relies heavily on the automotive industry and the auto industry collapsed in 2008 which resulted in many layoffs and the city did not have a backup plan on reviving the economy. Although an Olympics would bring many temporary jobs to the area, the city would need to have viable economic plan if they want to bring an Olympics to Detroit. 5) The city itself. Detroit is not really a tourist city where visitors from all over the United States come to visit. If Detroit wanted to host the Olympics, the city would need a massive cleanup of the city. They would need to demolish abandoned homes, vacant structures and many of the city’s landmarks such as the Michigan Central Railroad Depot, the Packard Automotive Plant, and the United Arts Theatre and office buildings that serve no use. According to a History Channel show Life After People, Detroit has 138 square acres and over 60 acres (43%) is abandoned and has no life. Although Detroit has hosted many major sporting events in the last ten years which include the 2005 MLB All Star Game, Super Bowl XL in 2006, the 2009 NCAA Final Four and the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four, Detroit does not have the potential of hosting the Summer Olympics because Detroit would have to work very hard to clean up the city and improve their infrastructure and since Detroit is financially unstable, I cannot see Detroit hosting the Summer Olympics in my lifetime.
Well would you? Alot of ppl are afraid of detroit lol. But y the streets arent filled with thugs like on t. V n stuff. Actually no matter where you go in michigan there arent any ppl on the streets. Its a quite state. Thugs are in the ghetto but y would you go to the ghetto? Detroit is not the most exciting place but I love our festivals and other events like the Woodward Dream Cruise. Well would you come visit. After looking around, I learned — Of course I would. I’d love to visit Detroit.
Which of these baseball events is the Most Unlikely things that will going to happen as the season does continue 1. TMZ will catch Jim Leyland, Ramon Santiago and Gerald Laird playing with GI Joe action figures in the Tigers Locker room 2. Gary Sheffield,Barry Bonds and Mark Mcgwire will announce they will be all partners and form a new baseball team that will be coming to MLB in 2015 3. The Texas Rangers will announce they will be no longer a baseball team in MLB for the 2011 season by November 4. The Chicago Cubs will be announcing that they will moving to Florida for spring training 5. Jim Joyce will still getted booed by baseball fans and players at the live games Which Of these baseball events is the Most Likely things that is going to happen as the season does continue 1. Barry Bonds will be announcing that he will be retiring since he never did retire offically 2. Adam Everett will be playing for another team 3. Brandon Inge and Justin Verlander will be the next two Detroit Tigers that will be victims of a umpire that did make a bad call on both of them and the umpire later does admit to it 4. Carlos Zambrano will be going to WWE or TNA to wrestle while hes on suspension indefinitely from The Chicago Cubs 5. Johnny Damon will caught by Inside Edition singing Ozzy Osbournes song Let Me Hear You Scream in the outfield Which of these 3 out these 6 baseball events that has never happened 1. The San Diego Padres won the 1984 world series 2. The Boston Americans won the world series in 1904 due to the boycott 3. The 1981 baseball strike lasted 232 days 4. Robin Yount did get his 3,000 career hit 5. Sparky Anderson managed two teams that were world series champions Which Of these 3 of these 6 former baseball players are not in the Hall Of Fame as of yet 1. Dave Winfield 2. Alan Trammell 3. Reggie Jackson 4. Lou Whitaker 5. Cal Ripken Jr 6. John Olerud. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer.
2. “Gary Sheffield,Barry Bonds and Mark Mcgwire will announce they will be all partners and form a new baseball team that will be coming to MLB in 2015″ I highly doubt this will happen. If it does, the players on the team should be tested for steroids monthly. Those three sound susicous 4. “Carlos Zambrano will be going to WWE or TNA to wrestle while hes on suspension indefinitely from The Chicago Cubs” LOL. I was actually thinking of that when I saw his face during his spat with Derek Lee. I was like “oh. Raw has a guest host thing. I guess it’s time for him to become guest host for one night and fight. ” I could really imaging Carlos Zambrano doing clothslines and punching 3. “The 1981 baseball strike lasted 232 days” 1. “The San Diego padres won the 1984 world series” 2. “The Boston Americans won the world series in 1904 due to the boycott” Alan Trammell Lou Whitaker John Olerud
I was reading on Wikipedia on cities that are considering a bid for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Detroit has put bids for the Summer Olympics in 1944, 1952, 1566, 1960, 1964, 1968 and 1972 (Seven Times). With Detroit hosting events such as Super Bowl XL (2006) and the NCAA Final Four (2009), Detroit has held many major sporting events. According to Wikipedia, its says that Governor Jennifer Granholm is working the Mayor of Detroit to bring a possible bid to Detroit, do you believe Detroit could host at Summer Olympics in 2020? Why or why not? Keep in mind that if Chicago gets the 2016 Summer Olympics, Detroit and cities that are considering bids for the 2020 Summer Olympics cannot put a bid until at least 2032. The reason why I have this question under Traveling to Detroit is because if Detroit host the Summer Olympics, visitors from all over the world will be traveling to Detroit. When answering the question, do keep in mind that both the State of Michigan and the City of Detroit are financially unstable and both Michigan and Detroit has a high unemployment rate. If the state is not finically stable, it will be difficult to put forth a bid for the Summer Olympics. What I found out was – Detroit lost the bid for the 1968 Olympics mainly due the economic conditions of the times. They thought Mexico City was a better choice. things haven’t improved.
Don’t they keep up with current events? The South has overcome 150 years of Yankee subjugation to become the crowning jewel of America once again. Have you compared the shining Southern cities of Dallas, Houston, Atlanta to the bombed-out Beirut looking Northern cities like Detroit, Cleveland, Philly? Check out where the most Fortune 500 companies are located now. The cream of the crop always rises to the top. Yes, subjugation. Do you know what I found? Not all, but a lot of liberals thrive on hate and stereotypes even more so than their conservative counterparts. Must be all that love and acceptance they preach to us about, huh.
I am a 20 year old caucasian female and I live in Windsor Ontario. I am a Michael Jackson fan so I mainly attend Michael Jackson events at the Motown Museum In detroit. I know that in the heart of detroit it is mainly a black community; However, whenever I go to the Museum the people who attend the events (mainly black individuals) know I am not from there and mainly stare at me or ask where I am from. I have seen other white individuals there before and they were not questioned however when I go I am always questioned or looked at? I do not understand this? Just because I am white does not mean I am not from there. I do not understand why I am questioned all time while other white individuals who I have seen there are not. Would it be body language. Basically… Happen to be hot? Is it mostly men asking you these questions, or any women? That may be the explanation.
Putting on 5 customer appreciation events next Thursday and Friday. From 10am to 2pm. Thursday: Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, & Detroit (Lyndon and Schafer) Friday: Shelby Township & Roseville Can anyone help me in my search. Today I found out that… This is probably too late. However there is a Hippo’s Hot Dog on Rochester Road just North of Maple Road (15 Mile Road) in Troy. They have a real cute cart they bring on site and serve great Chicago Style Hot Dogs. I can’t find them in the telephone book, but I hope you can.