Hater Vandals Target Kansas City Trendy Crossroads Raygun Shop

Hipsters merchants downplay this attack but a glimpse at the damage makes it seem kinda obvious that not everybody finds their snarky humor funny. 

This notable damage is why the world might never see at TKC brick & mortar shop . . . Or at the very least we'll sell something that other than witticism  . . . Something that unties people like pizza, tacos & beer . . . At the very least our critics will be too chubby to cause much destruction.  

But I digress . . .

Here's a glimpse at the aftermath . . .

"Like the topical, trendsetting, and, yes, sometimes snarky T-shirts — and other progressive statement products — the brand sells, the team at Raygun dealt with the post-Thanksgiving week vandalism with good spirits, dubbing it “the holiday hole” and joking about the incident on social media."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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