FlashHarry: not a banana republic - we're heading into a second gilded age.
NuttierThanEver: Why can't we be an Abercrombie and Fitch with a bunch of underdressed hardbody teenagers throwing themselves all over each other in a playful way that can seem at the same time innocent yet with a nascent sense of naughtiness at their burgeoning sexuality?
shifty lookin bleeder: I'd say we've been in one for about 25 years
Woody Allen for El Presidente!!!?!!
shifty lookin bleeder: FlashHarry: not a banana republic - we're heading into a second gilded age.I'd say we've been in one for about 25 years
Fano: shifty lookin bleeder: FlashHarry: not a banana republic - we're heading into a second gilded age.I'd say we've been in one for about 25 yearsExcellent. I've been perfecting my Tropico play style. Look forward to Presidente Fano.
Quantum Apostrophe: Canada too. Montreal especially.
FlyingJ: Seems like a Tilly's-ocracy to me
give me doughnuts: Isn't a defining characteristic of a banana republic an economy based on the exportation of a single commodity?Like bananas, for instance?
T-Servo: Quantum Apostrophe: Canada too. Montreal especially.No love for Fordist Toronto?
lockers: In some ways, we always were.
bingethinker: Quantum Apostrophe: Canada too. Montreal especially.Canada is more of a Mark's Work Wearhouse.
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