(By Tom Jackman and Michael Rosenwald, Washington Post Magazine, 10 January 2012)
I think it’s because the underpasses have dark, luxurious bricks. Officials call them “earth-toned.” The road is basically an extension of Whole Foods, with Whole Foods prices.
I have seen people take up smoking, become addicted and then quit all in one trip. We call this showing state spirit.
I’m possibly also out of material.
That Is the Question Residents, Leaders Ask in the Increasingly Urban Suburb