22 Retailers Closing Stores

pigfarmer

tall, thin, irritable
dollar tree and dollar general..
when you have 5 kids it's the place to go!

I realize with 5 kids you're probably not too worried about the tires on your car, but after much time and money wasted I picked up a bottle of LA's Totally Awesome cleaner from a car forum and dang, for a buck at Dollar General this stuff works fantastic. Instantly cleaned off stuff nothing else would touch and didn't seem to want to melt my flesh.

I go there because, as my wife says, some things are only worth so much - which is why many of these stores went down the pooper.

Awesome All Purpose Concentrated Cleaner (24oz) | LA's Totally Awesome
 
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The shadow

The shadow knows!
I realize with 5 kids you're probably not too worried about the tires on your car, but after much time and money wasted I picked up a bottle of LA's Totally Awesome cleaner from a car forum and dang, for a buck at Dollar general this stuff works fantastic. Instantly cleaned off stuff nothing else would touch and didn't seem to want to melt my flesh.

I go there because, as my wife says, some things are only worth so much - which is why many of these stores went down the pooper.

Awesome All Purpose Concentrated Cleaner (24oz) | LA's Totally Awesome
I will check it out "old reliable " has a lot of miles on her! not to mention the twins shared car.
 

wwkirk

Celestial
this one should work sad all these are gone
I loved Blockbuster. I'd go there virtually every week.
I used to shop at Circuit City from time to time.
I had a Mervyn's credit card when I lived out in California.
Radio Shack was an institution!
I bought a weight set that I never used at Sports Authority.
Tower was a great place to get CDs.
Woolworth's was an historic company. Founded in 1879!
B. Dalton and Waldenbooks were two of the leading bookstore chains. (How long before Barnes and Noble bites the dust?)
Sam Goody was a place to purchase inexpensive classical music.

I didn't frequent the featured clothing stores.
 

The shadow

The shadow knows!
I loved Blockbuster. I'd go there virtually every week.
I used to shop at Circuit City from time to time.
I had a Mervyn's credit card when I lived out in California.
Radio Shack was an institution!
I bought a weight set that I never used at Sports Authority.
Tower was a great place to get CDs.
Woolworth's was an historic company. Founded in 1879!
B. Dalton and Waldenbooks were two of the leading bookstore chains. (How long before Barnes and Noble bites the dust?)
Sam Goody was a place to purchase inexpensive classical music.

I didn't frequent the featured clothing stores.
now note how blockbuster killed itself..
Blockbuster's CEO once passed up a chance to buy Netflix for only $50 million
 

The shadow

The shadow knows!
And the mighty Nintendo worked with Sony to create the Nintendo playstation! Nintendo bailed at the last minute and Sony stripped out the cartridge capacity and released the Sony playstation! now Sony is number one! and Nintendo still strong at number three!
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