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The Anti-Real World DC blog is gonna have to do better than this post:

“Deja vu? More like deja poo. See, I’ve already lived in a city that had a Real World house. I’ve already had to deal with reengineering my social life around 7 douchebags who fail to represent anything more than the sad part of America that can’t figure out how to have a life that isn’t documented for other peole who can’t figure out how to have a life. Was it frustrating? Absolutely. Annoying? Oh yeah. Did it improve or destroy my life and/or city? Nawwww. The last time I lived in a city with a RW house (I can’t believe I have a “last time,” it’s so sad), the house was on the otherside of the city from me and the most imposition I had was having to go to a different Starbucks a few time…”

Your indifference will not sustain your blog. Good luck.

The New Teacher On The Block does not welcome the idea of Fenty spending tons of money on an elementary school’s soccer field. They have strong words:

“Well, it wouldn’t be….except he gave the school $850,000 to BUILD A SOCCER FIELD. Now, I’m no expert on these things, but I am OUTRAGED at this pricetag. I cannot imagine why an elementary school needs that much money to build a soccer field that, according to a source at Murch, will feature TURF as opposed to grass. Is it just me, or is this another example of the wasteful and ridiculous spending that goes on in DCPS? I mean, take out the asphalt, put in some grass, paint some lines, and buy a couple of goals.

This money is enough to pay about 10 DCPS teachers a year, by my estimation.”

B and T Crowd celebrates his one-year wedding anniversary. Couple finds an unspent 9-mm bullet.

On Bloomingdale (for now) people are flipping out over this (awesome) mural.

Borderstan reports that Real World: DC has a Facebook group. Of course.

Penn Quarter Living name drops Rhoda Morgenstern. Awesome.

Congress Heights on the Rise continues its fight against malt liquor. This time they analyze the situation in Barry Farm.