Remember when we used to call “racial profiling” a “description of the suspect”?
Actually, I found this part of the article way more interesting:
Stereotyping happens easily in Cottage Country, where city slickers are instantly recognized, locals are often patronized and heritage carries its usual, if politically incorrect, clichés. The lodge caters heavily to German tourists, so punctuality and organized activity play large at Pow Wow, as do tales of convoys of Japanese tourists coming in the fall to photograph a single maple that turns a particular shade of red.
“Politically incorrect” but also sound business practise and just plain true — two things leftists just can’t wrap their little brains around.