South Park gets it right – yet again! The show called Scottsdale the most horrible, miserable place.
From the AZCentral.com article:
The episode centered on the town’s Gothic teens, upset that no one can tell the difference between Goths and Vampires now that the bestselling bookTwilight has become a film and the elementary school’s preppy students are sporting black clothes and pointy false teeth.
In an attempt to stop the frustrating misconception, the Goths kidnap the “head vampire” and brainstorm what to do with him. They decide to Fed-Ex him somewhere.
A girl Goth says: “If we are gonna send him somewhere, it should be the most horrible, and miserable place on Earth.”
“Scottsdale,” is the unanimous reply. Read more
Congratulations, City of Scottsdale, for getting what you deserve! The City is facing a massive revenue deficit of $35 million over the next 1-2 years – all in a relatively small suburb of Phoenix having only about 200,000 people (after you remove the skewed numbers of 85254 full of Phoenix residents stuck with a Scottsdale mailing address).
First we have the phony arrogant residents who went insane on credit this decade and now are all bankrupt, losing their McMansions to foreclosure, losing the Escalade and BMW to the repo man, etc. All these clowns are no longer going out to restaurants, bars, shopping, or buying/leasing cars. That’s a LOT of tax revenue to simply disappear. And let’s not forget the huge percentage of Scottsdale’s “rich” and “elite” who can’t afford their property taxes, let alone their mortgages. Read more