Sidewalk Subjectivity 1 comment


LOGirls

Portland area fans?

In case it’s tough to read, the sidewalk says “LO Girls are the best.” Who knew our metro area was such a big fan of the ladies in the Lake Oswego, OR area? Sure, I’ve met some of them during recent training outings for work and, while they’re certainly quite pleasant, I think our local ladies might disagree with this claim. Honestly, who would trust such hyperbole from a sidewalk? I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m getting a little tired of the local concrete trying to cram its beliefs down my throat. I can form my own opinions concrete! I think, therefore, something something!

If this was the only evidence of the blight creeping across the Northland of Kansas City, I might be able to turn a blind eye. It’s not, though. While logging my Fitbit miles today, I encountered numerous other bits of boulevard braggadocio. Has it reached epidemic proportions? I can’t speculate, but I can promise you this. I am not about to stand idly by and let this infestation fester and propagate. I will not be silenced. What’s the best way to fight fire?

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  • K

    “Boulevard Braggadocio” might just be my favourite phrase ever right now. I’m anxious to see what kind of Curmudgeonly Counterpoint you provide.