Navigating the city will come with ease, mainly because chicago's built on a grid. Most streets that arent a #, like 35th street will tell you what hundred block it is (ie 900 N, or 1400 W) The CTA is the way to go if your working downtown, parking is nonexistant or way too expensive. The CTA website will also give your step by step directions on how to get where ever you wanna go. Good luck Bro, and enjoy Chi Town!
I thought it best to send you a PM, as opposed to conversing in a thread on the forum. You're evidently educated and intelligent; and you express fact instead of opinion on the subjects related to your Political Scientist vocation.
I'm curious to know your level of awareness beyond the ideal functionality of government in the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches. What degree of understanding do you have about the subversion and erosion of our citizenship composition and structure? How versed are you in the history of international monetary systems as related to the Fed and fractional-reserve banking, etc.?
Just to clarify, I'm not challenging or provoking you personally in ANY way. It's simply difficult to find others who know or care enough about anything besides the small world of information they've been given by culture and media. You seem to be someone who maybe hasn't "sampled the Kool-Aid", so to speak.
LOL well you should come anyways. I have 10+ people interested in bringing their camaros so you would have lots to look at. It's ok about your car. Just stay away from our parking area and aim for the curb
Ok, it sounds like we could have AT LEAST 5 camaros available to meet the third weekend of October. I'm going to propose a 'temporary plan' so that there's some structure. I figure we can either organize according to plan or adjust the plan later on. Sound good? Ok here it is...
Saturday, October 17th
KC-Legends shopping center (not sure where) for dinner, good place to line up cars...
Early evening (5-6pm?) so we can see the cars in the sun but play with them in the dark after dinner?