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Gays, tattooed people, minorities don’t ‘fit in’ in suburbs: developers

Posted on December 7th, 2013 at 0:08 by Sueyourdeveloper in category: If you're in marketing, kill yourself -- Write a comment


An organization representing Calgary developers is apologizing over an article it posted online that suggested gay couples, visible minorities and people with tattoos might not feel comfortable living in the suburbs.

Blimey. If he had substituted, “wouldn’t be seen dead” for “might not feel comfortable,” I’m sure that would have been more factual. I mean, have you seen the suburbs around Calgary? No, neither have I.

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