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Old 05-01-2008, 05:15 PM
Location: home...finally, home .
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Of course, it didn't bother me. I was just asking because I will be retiring next month and I am trying to get as much information as I can about as many places as I can. That's all.

People may not recall what you said to them, but they will always remember how you made them feel .
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Old 05-01-2008, 08:35 PM
Location: Alexandria, VA
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There's actually a mall that I do a job at 1x/week that is TOO big - Pentagon City in Arlington Va. - it's just too big - I guess if that's your thing, great, but not many folks want to walk 4 levels and great lengths - jmo.

I personally like the "normal" sized indoor malls, or the strip malls. Hope this makes sense? lol.
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Old 05-02-2008, 12:26 AM
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i love suburbs.
suburbs are communities with 50,000 population
i love malls
suburbs with malls and theaters is considered the basic city life entertainment
i love the city life

I hope that in 2020, that San Luis Obispo will have 50,000 population and a regional open-air mall. Then I will move to San Luis Obispo after college.

The annual report for the general for San Luis Obispo expects to have 51,500 population in 2022. and that would mean in 2020 50,000 residents about. 3,291 new homes built with 2.2 ppl per house. That's one part of my dream come true.

Now, the land Ernie Dalidio owns is the only land zoned for a regional commercial development. If Lowe's drops out of Dalidio's project, or he sells his project to a mall developer. Then, it will be possible for his alternative tenets of Macy's and Target to bring a mall to that land. And that would be my second part of my dream coming true.
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Old 05-02-2008, 03:50 AM
Location: Somewhere in Flyover country
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I also noticed the stores at malls cater more to teenagers and people in their early 20s.(at least the malls where I live). Not as much to choos from if you're in late 20s and up,or the merchandise is expensive. I do like the NY&CO stores though,and B.Moss.
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