[JPL] Tower Liquidation

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Mon Oct 9 09:43:03 EDT 2006

I'm being lighthearted about my reply so don't take me all too seriously, but have you been to the mall lately? 
Americans are shopping obsessed! Today is Columbus day (not actual but in celebration), and like so many others is a retail holiday. Both President's Days, Memorial, Labor and the like are all about retail therapy.
You want to go relly see some serious shopping?
Stop by any Towers and see the crowds tearing at the bins with the current "GOING OUT OF BUSIINESS SALE."
Mike Schwartz/KSJS
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Oh well, thanks to the internet and online shopping, people have become more and 
more lazy in their shopping habits, especially generation born after 1980.  It's 
a sad story only because this society are too lazy to actually step out their 
homes to go shopping. I guess I am old fashioned.  To me, I still think their 
something to be said about going to a music store and going through all the 
bins, listening to the music in the store monitors, picking out music you want 
and walking out the door with it in your hands.  I remember spending a couple of 
hours, hanging out at Tower in Boston.  Sure, sometimes you couldn't find music 
you were looking for in the bins, but it happens online too. Sometimes you go 
looking for something, just to find out that they don't have it.
  Andy Cook
  WFNX Jazz Brunch

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