Roving bands of yutes tend to dampen shoppers feelings.
A local retailer who is going out of business told me her conservative shoppers all cut back after the ‘08 election. She said however, the EBT crowd was spending like there’s no tomorrow. Bottom line, the smart people are holding their money close, preparing for a rainy day. The parasites think the gravy train will last forever. Rude awakening coming.........
In Annapolis, we have 3 malls within 20 minutes of each other. It is rather crazy. I predict one will close in the next ten years and most likely that will be Marley Station which is old and dumpy. I know that Arundel Mall with new casino and Annapolis Mall (for the rich and affluent) will stay open.
“Roving bands of yutes tend to dampen shoppers feelings.”
I remember visiting the actual Borders store that is the subject of the article, back when it was open.
There were no “yutes” there.
It’s not even in a “mall”, per se.
It was a Borders bookstore mated to a Circuit City in one large building. Not connected to a mall.
The Circuit CIty closed too, and is now occupied by a P.C. Richard electronics store.