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mightyconan
mightyconan (#1876) (MCS+)
22 days ago

A major complaint from their franchisees is they have to spend a small fortune to install, maintain and replace the interiors when only a small fraction of customers use the interior and then, only stay a few minutes without generating any sales.

SonofSimon
SonofSimon (#179348)
22 days ago

The implication that the top picture is some glorious expression of freedom and human vitality is funny. Both of these architectural styles are pretty typical of capitalism. One’s just loud consumerist maximalism while the other is gentrifying yuppie minimalism. Brand nostalgia is peak late-stage capitalism anyway.

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