Attention Congress: Bailout Needed at Seattle’s OpShOp
Moonbats can do anything normal people can do, even run businesses. They just can’t do it competently.
A shop that lets you pay what [you] want is becoming another casualty of the sagging economy.
Come Thanksgiving, the OpShOp on Seattle’s Queen Anne Hill will close its doors.
“I ask people when they pay to pay with their head or their heart,” said OpShOp owner Jane Horowitz.
At least she’s feeling no pain, out there with the rainbows and unicorns in Moonbatland:
Horowitz is at peace with her fate and she promises this isn’t the last of the OpShOp.
“I’ve always said this place is magical, so maybe something magical will come of it,” said Horowitz.
Despite her failure to learn from her failure, Horowitz’s goofy shop reveals that moonbattery is not a sound economic policy. Let’s hope Chairman O gets the news before it’s too late.