We've needed a new dining room set for some time now. We had a decent table, but mismatched chairs, and it didn't really match any of the other furniture we had. So we went looking around at furniture stores. I couldn't believe how much money they charged for particle board, crappy furniture. It was well over $1,000 dollars.
I can see why this is drawing criticism since Duluth has been in such a penny-pinch mode as of late to get back on track. I agree that people need good working spaces, but perhaps this could have been introduced in a better way to avoid instant backlash. Where there bids to get average prices from multiple vendors? Before you present such things, especially in politics, you have to be prepared
My wife has been hooked to pinterest, and she came across a design for a platform bed. She was excited and told me, "Hey you can build this bed from pinterest!"
Immediately, I replied, "Ugh... Pinterest.." See, to me, pinterest is a social networking things for crafts and knitting and none guy stuff...