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at 04:00 PM on Tue, Nov. 30, 1999
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Regarding most people in Spokane: Their taste is all in their mouths, and even that is debatable. The Rocket Market is about as trendy and upscale as a dust blue leisure suit at a funeral. Come on people, it´s a GAS STATION!!!! And talk about quality and service. I am yet to find anything in this town that even resembles what larger cities have come to expect as far as being the status quo regarding quality and service. You can put glitter and flowers on a turd, and pay some kid $3 tips an hour to dump it in your lap, and slip your trendy little daisies into your empty wine bottle on the tables, but it´s all still overpriced crap. If people actually demanded decent quality and service in this town, there would be a whole lot more of it. Don´t get me wrong, there are a few places that are up to par, but sadly they are few and far between.
Dec 10, 2010 |
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I have to agree.
This town does not have anything on par with big cities and even teh fine dining establishments are subpar more often than not.
What is truly sad is that the fast food restaurants are even subpar comapred to ones in big cities.
It suprises me that Walmart did not make the list of the stores where Spokanites spend their money since every single person who has ever heard me mention I needed something suggested that craphole as where I should go to buy it. Be it clothing, food, or hairspray.
Dec 11, 2010
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