Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Can We Have Cookies In The Kansas City Urban Core Without Shooting Youngsters???
For the moment the answer is no . . .
Fox4: Kansas City teen shot during alleged cookie theft files lawsuit against store clerk, employers
Conservative Jack Cashill offers a thoughtful explanation that might include a few broad generalizations . . . Admittedly, TKC has a great many of my own generalizations about broads . . . But I digress. Check his excellent post on the topic:
Sentinel: Cookie Thief Lawsuit Speaks to Why Chains Avoid Inner Cities
Fact is . . . The answer here is REAL LOCAL BIZ AMONG PEOPLE WITH ROOTS IN THE COMMUNITY could help this town avoid similar misunderstandings but big biz conglomerates have crushed those kind of markets throughout the nation . . .
And so . . . The lack of "chains" isn't so much of a detriment but an opportunity for both small biz people and neighborhoods to support merchants that don't target customers with firearms over a few crumbs.
You decide . . .