Thursday, June 19, 2014


Pocatello in some ways is a small, modest American city that once was the home for a sizable Italian, Greek, Hispanic, Black and hillbilly immigrants working for the railroad. This rich and wonderful ethnic soup later either moved elsewhere or became homogenized into a bland paste.

Gutted by abandoned malls, replaced by newer malls, that is gradually becoming in turn buried under miles of endless strip malls and national franchises.

The only hope for America is continuous waves of new immigration from diverse and exotic regions of the world to spice up what with out diversity would soon become a monotone lackluster glop.

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