Saturday, August 31, 2013

RE: Perplexed

Posted on Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 8:24 AM

WOW. I am in awe of the vapid and waspish sediment you shared of
your 'view' of Spokane. Let's have a little history lesson, shall we?
Spokane, is known as the INLAND EMPIRE, was and still is a major hub for
Western Montana, Northern Idaho, and Eastern Washington. Having stated
that, let's think on our major industries of this area, if you said
farming! You are right! Most people work and work hard for their money, and
see spending hard earned money on a pair of Louboutians a joke. A thousand
dollars for a pair of shoes, let's pass a reality check on you, if you can
afford that good for you, most of your neighbors can't. Nor would they want
to, because, see, another thing about your neighbors? They are too busy
enjoying the varied and active outdoor life our part of the world offers,
instead of absorbing the latest Vogue cover to cover. So to criticize
Nordstrom's for doing the smart business model and selling to their target
customers is silly, they are in business to make money, not cater to your
every whim. As far as name dropping, again, I am sorry- if you feel you
just simply cannot pop downtown for a 'fix' there is this marvelous thing
called the internet- shop your little heart out. Finally, as far as the
homeless in Coastal cities being much more presentable, please see first
paragraph, sorry- We work here, we don't take handouts or hand me downs.
When people of means dump their closets in the name of charity, just to go
on a consumerist binge at their Mall du jour. So, let me offer this helpful
tip: If you are craving high fashion, urban excitement, and restaurants
that fit your caliber? Might I suggest packing your crap and hauling your
butt about 2,573.6 miles east, you will run to all the culture you can
stomach, and Spokane, will still go along on its happy way, all the more
happy to lose another ill fitting, off the rack, carbon copy Glamazon.


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