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posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 12:32 PM
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First off, I like the idea for this thread. It maye early but it will be very relevent.

Here in San Diego, I have noticed large grocery stores closing. Albertsons announced 4 store closures because the were "underperforming". Thats fine times are tough, if these closures continue we will have more people shoping at fewer stores and it doesnt take much to start a frenzy. That can be seen every christmas when jerks kill for a $5 dvd player. Imagine what will be done for food.

I for one have already begun to prepare.




posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 01:35 PM
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Or when that walmart greeter (I think he was a greeter) got trampled to death on the opening day of sales, and while the police were trying to help him more and more people kept trampling him leaving him no room for aid.

People really take holiday shopping to seriously.

I personally go to locally owned small business even if it takes four or five trips to different places I try to support the town i'm in, instead of walmart, were there's a small tiny chance you could die.



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