No, wait, it's just one neighborhood.
And don't worry. It's only the 30 or so specific brands that they've determined that poor people like.
Because we know what's best for them.
Just like how us anti-Walmart activists know that poor people having the chance to feed their kids the inexpensive fresh vegetables that a mid-town Walmart would sell isn't worth the chance that some poor people would work there when we know they would be better off working somewhere else.
It's because we know what's best. The instinct to just get poor people out of our sight has nothing to do with it.
who doesn't want a nurturing mother, thanks.
But who also is cranky today.