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    Statement in article on Detroit USPS delays mentions Motown Superstars.

    There was a full page story in today's Washington Post print edition about the USPS delays in the city of Detroit and the area around Detroit.

    There was an interesting comment that I felt noteworthy.

    ". . . In the Northland Gardens neighborhood of Southfield, a northern suburb just over the Detroit line, mid-century ranches and manicured lawns dot tree lined streets. Smokey Robinson lived here, as well as all five members of the Temptations, WHEN MOTOWN RECORDS WAS THE PRIDE OF DETROIT. . . ."

    I thought that was an interesting point to bring out to readers of the article.

    Hopefully Motown Records is still the PRIDE OF DETROIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Quote Originally Posted by woodward View Post
    There was a full page story in today's Washington Post print edition about the USPS delays in the city of Detroit and the area around Detroit.

    There was an interesting comment that I felt noteworthy.

    ". . . In the Northland Gardens neighborhood of Southfield, a northern suburb just over the Detroit line, mid-century ranches and manicured lawns dot tree lined streets. Smokey Robinson lived here, as well as all five members of the Temptations, WHEN MOTOWN RECORDS WAS THE PRIDE OF DETROIT. . . ."

    I thought that was an interesting point to bring out to readers of the article.

    Hopefully Motown Records is still the PRIDE OF DETROIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I like that!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodward View Post
    There was a full page story in today's Washington Post print edition about the USPS delays in the city of Detroit and the area around Detroit.

    There was an interesting comment that I felt noteworthy.

    ". . . In the Northland Gardens neighborhood of Southfield, a northern suburb just over the Detroit line, mid-century ranches and manicured lawns dot tree lined streets. Smokey Robinson lived here, as well as all five members of the Temptations, WHEN MOTOWN RECORDS WAS THE PRIDE OF DETROIT. . . ."

    I thought that was an interesting point to bring out to readers of the article.

    Hopefully Motown Records is still the PRIDE OF DETROIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It always will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodward View Post
    There was a full page story in today's Washington Post print edition about the USPS delays in the city of Detroit and the area around Detroit.

    There was an interesting comment that I felt noteworthy.

    ". . . In the Northland Gardens neighborhood of Southfield, a northern suburb just over the Detroit line, mid-century ranches and manicured lawns dot tree lined streets. Smokey Robinson lived here, as well as all five members of the Temptations, WHEN MOTOWN RECORDS WAS THE PRIDE OF DETROIT. . . ."

    I thought that was an interesting point to bring out to readers of the article.

    Hopefully Motown Records is still the PRIDE OF DETROIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Amen! Detroit will always be Motown!

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