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Friday, September 30, 2011

Lack of London Ontario MEC News Creates WTF Moment

I swung by the retail units that will be occupied by Mountain Equipment Co-op last week to see how things were coming along. There wasn't much to see, really. No signage, no fixtures, just some empty cement-floored retail space.



Being a very nosy individual, I stuck my nose up to the glass and saw that the wall between the two units had been removed, so I guess that's good. Disappointed that there wasn't much to see, I turned my attention to the building permit posted on the glass. Upon doing so, a word I had never seen before caught my attention. Apparently the wall that had been removed was a "demising" wall:



I don't know about you, but a demising wall sounded like bad news to me. Of course, "demising wall" has a nice innocuous, almost boring meaning:

A wall used jointly by two parties under easement agreement, erected upon a line dividing two parcels of land, each of which is a separate real estate entity; a common wall.

The tenants of 4A and 4B put up a demising wall to divide their previously contiguous apartment.

source: urban dictionary


Unfortunately, the seeds of a WTF attack had been sown the instant I read that page. I mean, what would a demise-ing wall look like? Could people really live with one?


Rantwick visits Mom and Dad in their new condo.




No wonder detached dwellings cost more.
R A N T W I C K

2 comments:

Thedillestpickle said...

I hope they open it soon!
I was thinking of trying to get a job there actually. Hopefully they wont experience anything demising.
I bike around sometimes in the winter, Ill be checking through some of your blogs to find usefull info, Thinking I probably need to get a different bike at this point as I can only fit thin tires on my nice new Norco. I also live in London Ontario

RANTWICK said...

Pickle - I love your name. And dill pickles. Anyway, thanks for commenting. I really like it when locals show up here, which isn't often enough for me.

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