There were several choice moments at last Wednesday's marathon meeting between folks living in the East Harriet area of Minneapolis and local representatives from SuperAmerica. As the corporate suits smiled through clenched teeth, residents of the 10th Ward neighborhood ordered them to "get their act together." An old-timer hobbled to the microphone, then scowled through a squint as he schooled youngsters in the crowd on the ways of big-business blowhards and their newfangled ideas. One rabble-rouser even suggested there might be conspiracy in the air. After all, she charged, SA did "provide cookies" to dip in the... More >>>