The LA Times released an article yesterday titled: Has America Finally Had All The Hipsters It Can Take? An article with a title like this can be deceiving. Sure after all that’s been discussed and hoped for over the years on this site at least – you would think that one day, soon, every form of hipster you see and hate out there would just go :::POOF:::: and vanish into thin air. Sure, hipsterism has gone mainstream without a doubt – which we all thought would be the cure to the disease – but it’s not. Unfortunately, the only way to cure this epidemic in the infested cities would be severe economic turmoil, riots, or military force.
I see no end of it in Brooklyn and parts of Manhattan; I see no shortage of bearded, estrogenized lumberjacks and wanna-be artists; vapid urban exploring liberal arts degree holders; or parentally funded foodies fusing together Swedish meatballs with Pad Thai and locally sourced cruelty-free wild Bushwick roof top salmon and selling it out of a Scooby-doo van just for kicks - and I don’t see them going away any time soon. I have only one option to avoid these fucking frauds: to stay and defend South Brooklyn from the infestation and to keep it from becoming a Romper Room of over-privileged, talentless, nasally, transient hipsters that North Brooklyn has become. Come on down Zack, Hayden, Timmy and Kyle. The Hipster Beater awaits you.