Last login: Monday, December 3, 2012
What i don't understand is why we are getting another Wal-Mart. We already have one. Why not put in a Central Market, Whole Foods, or a Sprouts Farmers Market so the people here have better options when it comes to buying organic, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan foods, etc. People are becoming more conscious about their health thanks to programs out there, but don't have the options to practice a healthy life. Foods are becoming more and more processed, and these grocery stores that we already have don't carry enough options. I know the construction is already starting, and it may sound like im ranting, but if you want a healthier Victoria, bring healthier options. I know alot of people here in town, including my family, who are vegetarian, vegan, and some that even have Celiac disease, and G.U.R.D.S., who are tired of the lack of options for non-processed and specialty items that HEB and Wal-Mart doesn't carry.
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just wanted to say CONGRATS DOUG!! -Kerry
so i see a certain someone thinks that them dressing like this is "crazy". but when you think about it, you have alot of girls today who have low self esteem and are very self concious because of people like you. i think its a great thing that they got into this kind of fashion because you know what? it may make them feel GOOD about themselves, and shouldnt you find that to be a positive thing? im sure if you saw a runway model in the same exact outfit, you would think of them as totally "bangable", but when you see these young ladies in these outfits, you think they are crazy? personally i also find these young ladies to be very cultured and their ideas to be quite ingenious. victoria needs a change! not all of us are conservative bible beaters who think that any change whatsoever makes us "freaks." i think that experimenting with fashion from different parts of the world is wonderful, and they are better for bringing something new to the table!