I do not think actually the proper distinction is whether this was formerly publicly owned and now become private or not, I think the distinction to be made is whether this is perceived as community space.
There are no circumstances whatsoever in which it is acceptable to wantonly assassinate a citizen of the United States.
But anybody else is fair game ?
people with talent and an ability to communicate get jobs.
When there are jobs.
Roundabouts (or rotaries, or traffic circles, as they're known in parts of the U.S.)
Roundabouts are not rotaries or traffic circles. As the story says, 'the first *British style* roundabout appeared in the US in 1990.
It is not best to swap horses while crossing the river. -- Abraham Lincoln