Rural Hipster?

Rural – In modern usage, rural areas can have an agricultural character, though many rural areas are characterized by an economy based on logging, mining, petroleum and natural gas exploration, wind or solar power or tourism. Rural areas are often labeled “the middle of nowhere“, due to little or no modern development.

Hipster – Hipster culture is associated with indie, independent, non commercial, and non profit choices of consumption in any and all aspects of life. This includes listening to independent rock or any form of non-mainstream music, thrift store shopping, eating organic, locally grown, vegetarian, and/or vegan food, drinking local or brewing beer, listening to public radio, etc. Hipster scenes are associated with riding bicycles, vintage clothing and vinyl records, and magazines like Vice and Clash and website Pitchfork Media.

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    headdetle said,

    OMG loved reading your article. I submitted your rss to my google reader.

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