I will not vouch for 100% accuracy, though know a fair few of the accents and cultural references, and can do a reasonable take off. After all i'm an Ulsterman, who speaks mostly Coleraine/north Antrim, and Belfaws, despite my lack of sectarian dislikes, and embracing most of Irish culture (the only culture i ken is agri culture hie bay!) from both sides of borders, until the political crap kicks in, which is mostly fighting battles of decades and centuries ago.

I will not vouch for 100% accuracy, though know a fair few of the accents and cultural references, and can do a reasonable take off. After all i'm an Ulsterman, who speaks mostly Coleraine/north Antrim, and Belfaws, despite my lack of sectarian dislikes, and embracing most of Irish culture (the only culture i ken is agri culture hie bay!) from both sides of borders, until the political crap kicks in, which is mostly fighting battles of decades and centuries ago.

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Urban Design Merit Award Winner: agri-CULTURE: Richardson Mixed Use Development in Richardson, TX by SAMOO Architecture PC, New York (Image Credit: SAMOO Architecture)

Urban Design Merit Award Winner: agri-CULTURE: Richardson Mixed Use Development in Richardson, TX by SAMOO Architecture PC, New York (Image Credit: SAMOO Architecture)

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Agri Culture by Karen Kunc.   1992  bookwork: acrylic on cherrywood, foil lettering  15 x 4 x 7"

Agri Culture by Karen Kunc. 1992 bookwork: acrylic on cherrywood, foil lettering 15 x 4 x 7"

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Agri Culture by Karen Kunc.   1992  bookwork: acrylic on cherrywood, foil lettering  15 x 4 x 7"

Agri Culture by Karen Kunc. 1992 bookwork: acrylic on cherrywood, foil lettering 15 x 4 x 7"

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Broadacre City model ~ In 1932, Frank Lloyd Wright authored an essay entitled The Disappearing City in which he proposed a solution that he called the Broadacre City. This utopian concept was not a formal commission, but rather one of his many organic concepts of architecture that he envisioned.

Broadacre City model ~ In 1932, Frank Lloyd Wright authored an essay entitled The Disappearing City in which he proposed a solution that he called the Broadacre City. This utopian concept was not a formal commission, but rather one of his many organic concepts of architecture that he envisioned.

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