Saturday, December 15, 2018

Christmas decorations at The Palisades, Triangle Towers in Bethesda (Photos)

The Palisades and Triangle Towers on Cordell Avenue have set up their annual Christmas decoration displays. Let's take a look.






10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, this is interesting...

"In 2011, Walmart showed interest in developing a store [in the Nauck neighborhood of Arlington], which resulted in the county changing zoning rules that effectively rejected Walmart's plan."

https://www.arlnow.com/2011/07/14/exclusive-board-acts-as-walmart-eyes-shirlington-site/

"It's when you're the only County in America that doesn't have a Walmart convenient to every home, that you realize just how dumb the MoCo cartel looks to every outsider with even half a functioning brain."
-Basement Blogger Robert Dyer

Anna said...

I like the 2nd picture. It's really interesting.
Especially in the small size, the shadows of the trees on the building, with the building looking like cloudy skies with lighted windows in the sky in rows. And the holiday lights. Better than the similar one with the sign.

Nice shot, Robert.

Anonymous said...

The lights at the Pavilion are beautiful and state-of-the-art. Whereas Triangle Towers gets crappy hand-me-down plain white lights.

Anonymous said...

9:21 AM - And Nauck isn't just any neighborhood. It is Arlington County's most famous historically-black community. "Telling the what stores they can and cannot have. That's Communism", as Robert Dyer says. And just a mile from where Amazon plans to build their second headquarters. Looks we've stumbled onto a major scandal.

Anonymous said...

Well, not only is there Christmas-tree-light-inequality between the Palisades and the Triangle Towers, their management very sneakily avoided setting up the lights until after Hannukah, so they wouldn't be forced to set up a Menorah.

Anonymous said...

Apparently readers aren't allowed to challenge Dyer's bullshit anymore.

"With the steep decline of Montgomery County Public Schools since 2010..."

{eyeroll}

Anonymous said...

From the archives:

Saturday, November 03, 2012

"MATHNASIUM INSTALLS UNIQUE DIGITAL SIGN

"Another Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row Exclusive"

LOL

Anonymous said...

“forced to set up a Menorah”

Who’s going to “force” them to set up a menorah? And what’s so onerous about a menorah, anyway?

Anonymous said...

The LED lights have no infa-red in them. That's why they look so uncomfortable and off-putting. Intelligent people have gone back to traditional C-9 incandecent lights while the peasants play with their LED's and don't know the Elite are laughing at how stupid they are.

Anonymous said...

2:21 PM - Infrared radiation can't be seen, you dumbass birdbrain.