Chip: "The 'funky fishing lure jewelry' was also something I couldn't resist. After I catch a five-pound bass with my purchase, it will then make an excellent Christmas gift for some lucky girl on my list."
Chip: "I didn't care for the New Age-y booths, however, as I fear they are staffed by witches. What we do in Forttt Scottt if we suspect someone of being a witch is toss her in a lake and see if she floats."
Richard: "I was disappointed that the hipster art world was completely unrepresented here. Why didn't Zaguar have a booth for his collages? And why wasn't Asteroid Head selling their Asteroid Head yearbook?"
If you're a hipster, you're probably worn out from last night's kickball party and thinking of skipping tonight's Bad Veins gig at the Replay, but surely this description from Lawrence.com will change your mind:
"The Cincinnati duo of Benjamin Davis and Sebastien Schultz — plus a reel-to-reel tape machine named Irene — perform dense pop and rock compositions with strong beats and lots of bells and whistles."
Richard: "What's odd about that? All hipsters name their reel-to-reel tape machines. Mine is called Betty."