Comment 79036

By Lolo (anonymous) | Posted June 30, 2012 at 16:19:33

Part of the problem with certain areas, like Hess, is that they have garnered a reputation that wards people off - people in their 30s, 40s, 50s, still like the occasional night out, or afternoon beer with a friend - but the places in Hess where they could go, people won't go to because Hess is seen as "only for the young". I know that's not true, and so do lots of others, but that's a prevailing attitude. I once got my noodle chewed off by a lady on another forum over that - once you pass a certain age you're not supposed to want to go anywhere outside the home, in her estimation.

The current element of Hess, and I am not directing this at the age of the patrons - merely the attitude of those patrons, has made it an unwelcome place for many.

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