May 31, 2010

This Place is Everything that is Annoying about Boulder.

The Feng Shui is Whack

I’m not sure what my favorite thing is about this review: that the critique of the supposedly hippie-dippy-high-as-a-kite Boulder, Colorado café is highlighted by the charge that Atlas Purveyor is crowded (surely, a sign of success and doing things right for any business?) or that it’s Feng Shui is Whack.

If you’re going to take down something for being high-as-a-kite n’ hippie-dippy, best leave your nominal understanding of the art of ancient Chinese spacial relationships out of it?

It’s brrrrilliant: made my day—particularly considering that Atlas posted it, with good humor, right in the middle of their huge chalkboard community events and art wall.

“This Place is Everything that is Annoying about Boulder.” All I gotta say is Yelp needs a fourth category, for Awesome:


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boulder kid May 31, 2010 7:40pm

woah, i am totally everything that is annoying about boulder…….

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