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I'm feeling bewildered

One of the people who tried to get to the pagan meetup at the Chinese Village Restaurant yesterday left a bad review all because he couldn't find the place. I've been having a back and forth with him, trying to explain that he couldn't possibly have been anywhere near it, or he'd have seen it. He says he went by the corner of Washington and 82nd and didn't see it. This left me bewildered. It's not exactly hiding, it's quite obvious and has an enormous sign. I outright told him he either wasn't where he thought he was, or he wasn't looking properly. Because seriously, the place is damned easy to find.

I just thought of something, and just added it in comment to him: the first time I tried to find the Unitarian church, I was looking in Northeast Portland, and it was actually in Southeast Portland. I told him he must have made a similar mistake; there's really no other explanation, the place's sign is so huge it can be seen from about 5 blocks away.

Edited to add: he claims the address on the meetup site is inaccurate, but I checked, and it isn't. I sent him a Google Maps link to prove it.

Crossposted from http://fayanora.dreamwidth.org

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elven_ranger
Sep. 16th, 2011 10:09 am (UTC)
Bad review because he couldnt find the place? WTF?
fayanora
Sep. 16th, 2011 10:21 am (UTC)
Yeah, and the meetup founder is as bewildered as I am how he missed it. According to him, he walked all the way along 82nd from the 82nd street MAX station to Division street, which would have taken him WAY past it. The Chinese Village is right on 82nd, takes up a whole block, and has an enormous sign. He must have been staring at his feet the whole time he was walking.
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