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Roadscapes Wednesday: When Will Snow Street In Oxford Get Repaved

So, I am noticing something while walking alongside the side of the road in Oxford.  Snow Street between AL-21 and US 78 is a 5-lane road.  But, the road’s condition is in […]

The Quintard Mall Is In Foreclosure, Three Ways To Get Back On Track

Before I get started on this post, I thought it would be fitting to embed the opening to Mister Rogers Neighborhood.  You know, the part when Fred Rogers comes in and sings […]

Anniston / Oxford, The Problems Needs To Come To A End

Anniston, Anniston, Anniston, why do you keep shooting yourself in the foot?  Since city officials including the mayor Vaughn Stewart and the city council knows me, because I endorsed them when they […]

Sunday Discussion: Reflections On Nathan Young’s 28th Birthday

This is the 3,367th post on Geek Alabama, and I have put a lot of pride in every Geek Alabama post I have written.  I have written thousands of posts, taken thousands […]

View The How To Turn The Anniston / Oxford Area Around Presentation

After getting tired of being unemployed, seeing multiple people on the side of the road holding up signs saying “help me”, leaders not listening to the people, and seeing multiple buildings for […]

Looking For Work In A Economically Depressed Area Is Impossible

First off, I made my latest infographic surrounding my never-ending job search called the Nathan Young Visual Resume Infographic.  Unlike the board game infographic, this infographic is truly special!  Enjoy below! Today, […]

Downtown After Sundown In Oxford Alabama

Every Thursday now through late August, a portion of Choccolocco Street in Oxford Alabama will be closed down so a downtown festival and farmers market can take place.  Downtown After Sundown happens from 4-7 […]

Welcome to Hobson City Alabama

Welcome to Hobson City, Alabama.  The population is under 1000 people and the city was founded in 1899.  The town was the first black city established in Alabama and it’s one of […]

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