'Ghetto Retreat' Lets Mansion Dwellers Get in Touch with Urban Decay
"We don't consider this just another insanely profitable business venture." she said. "No, we have a true vision, and a mission. Divinely inspired, really. We are raising awareness of the plight of those trapped in the vicious cycle of urban poverty."
‘Ghetto Retreat’ Lets Mansion Dwellers Get in Touch with Urban Decay
“Here’s something we’re really proud of,” gushed Ms LeBonBon as she opened the small refridgerator in the trailer and took out a small cylindrical package. “Looks authentic, doesn’t it?” She held it out for examination. It appeared to be a non-descript government-processed package of ‘Mechanically Separated Turkey‘. “It’s actually fresh pâté de foie gras, shipped in daily from a local craft farm. And check this out!” She next brought out a four-pack of what looked to be Colt 45 tallboys. “We have made several licensing agreements, these actually contain craft beers from a wonderful little micro-brewery in the Bay Area. These are just more examples of the pains we’ve taken to insure our guests the most realistic experience possible.”