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Well, hmmm.   There is a GUESTBOOK with the name of the escort club in the title and in floating text.  Does that qualify as "advertising"? The plot is scientifically named after a male body part which is kind of in bad taste, but ...   

 

From Patch's latest post on the definition of commercial and the covenant: 

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"What you may not do is put up signage on the parcel that advertises it, your store, brand, redirect people away from the home for purchases, etc."

 

It is a very strange place but the place itself doesn't seem to be breaking any rules.  Still "in theme" is a little questionable :D.   I am not sure that real life law enforcement would consider this appropriate for a residential community LOL.   Oh well.   

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12 minutes ago, Chic Aeon said:

Well, hmmm.   There is a GUESTBOOK with the name of the escort club in the title and in floating text.  Does that qualify as "advertising"? The plot is scientifically named after a male body part which is kind of in bad taste, but ...   

Is there a rate card, though?

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Yeah... THAT was a disappointment. Even for an escort service, it was bad. Really bad.

Seems to be set up as a little cafe(?) with a couple tables, lots of pastel, and 2-D L$5 hooker cut-outs placed around everywhere. Went looking for a skybox to see if there was another level... made it up to 5,000 and found nothing. 

I did leave a note in her guestbook asking for her rate card, though. 

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I think it would be kinda cool if they did incorporate a small shopping/restaurant district in the the central area but far enough away from homes. A nice harbourside cafe, a row of 1940's ish shops for locals to open up small businesses there like a bakery ,mercantile, fresh seafood/fruits and veggies, fishing gear, quaint italian restaurant, and maybe a store for locals to sell gachas but set up like a regular store not just scattered everywhere.I think it would add to the community traditional feel.Possibly like the street pictured minus the cars. Where the flowers and roped off area is,is actually an italian restaurant i lived near. The other side of the street is just all trees,flower beds and hedges.Its an idea.

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3 hours ago, AutresDeSade said:

....shops for locals to open up small businesses there like a bakery ,mercantile, fresh seafood/fruits and veggies, fishing gear, quaint italian restaurant...........

Pre-Amazon High Streets are amazing, aren't they? Maybe one day they'll return

 

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9 hours ago, Odaks said:

Pre-Amazon High Streets are amazing, aren't they? Maybe one day they'll return

Doubtful. Even if you had Amazons buying power, setting up a tiny low volume owner-operator shop for local folk is a terrible business decision. The only way it happens is with subsidies.

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