More on Ameya Preserve, a luxury housing development, (a double bottom line social venture, "a community of culture and conscience") in Paradise Valley, Montana.
Neiman Marcus unveiled its 81st annual Christmas Book Tuesday, boasting everything from a $20 set of four peppermint tins to a $2.3 million getaway to the Ameya Preserve in Montana.
To which Living Small replies:
The marketing text is the usual Ameya greenwashing blather: It claims that by buying a piece of land here you’ll be “helping to protect much of this land for future generations”. The Ameya Website advertises itself as a “wildlife preserve” — but the problem is that none of the land has been put in any kind of legal conservation trust. It’s all bullshit.
And Livingston Out Loud concurs:
Yesterday Neiman Marcus unveiled its annual Christmas Book to help dolts like us find the perfect Christmas gift for the person who has everything, typically their own stuff and money as well as ours because that is what capitalist democracies are for.
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