Bree Davies grew up in Denver, and is about the same age as the 16th Street Mall -- which means she spent plenty of time on it as a teen. She reminisced about those days in a blog birthday card to the mall, a sort of love letter that accepted the mall's shortcomings as part of a city's growing pains.
But many commenters aren't as understanding about the mall -- or of Bree's fondness for the place.
What the fuck did I just read? I'm pretty sure she wrote this when she was in high school.
But at least Bree fared better than another commenter pounced on by Spliffy:
You wrote LMAO? Seriously? What the fuck, are you a fourteen year old girl texting about her new tween boyfriend or Bieber CD? SERIOUSLY? You SERIOUSLY wrote LMAO? Thanks for chiming in for the sanctimonious douche canoe contingent.
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What is it about the 16th Street Mall that inspires such sentiments. Is it still a teenage wasteland? Post your comments below, or join the conversation already under way here.