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August 17, 2010 – Comments (8)

Abercrombie & Fitch announced they are closing 60 stores......SuperFresh grocery stores closing 25 stores.....SAKS closing 5 stores........and all of the following announced they are closing as well......

Carolina Harley-Davidson

Dobie Theatre, located next to UT in Austin

Propex’s Bainbridge plant

Loon Lake Lodge in Indiana 

North Fort Myers popular Pincher's Crab Shack in FL

Bank of America Cinema

Abercrombie & Fitch - 60 Stores

Ferrin's Fruit Winery in Carmel Indiana 

BTB Burrito Packard Location in Ann Arbor

Saks Incorporated Closing 5 Stores, including Plano Texas and Cali. Store

Marty's HobbyCraft in Downtown Austin

Plainville True Value Hardware CT

Ben and Jerry's on Veterans Parkway in Columbus GA

Menze Construction in Michigan 

Schnuck Markets Store in Cordova Tenn.

Professional beach volleyball's AVP Tour

Abilene Adult Day Care in Abilene Texas

Update: Superfresh Stores - 25

Lane County Extension in Oregon 

Food for Thought Restaurant Closing but will Keep on Catering 

Delphi plans to close a UK plant - 180 Jobs Will be Lost

The University of Scranton Press

Polished Apple, a school supply store in Jacksonville NC 

Carrollton Lumber and Wrecking Company closing part of the business

The Lorraine Theatre in Hoopeston IL in Danger of Closing

Update: Talley's on Main Street in CO

Ashley Furniture Home Store in Bozeman Montana 

Norma’s North Star Cafe IL

A to Z market in Hurricane

Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum Closing Temp?

The Music Room

PW Markets Closing its 7 Stores

Priority Care facility in Quentin Circle PA

Frogtown Books in Toledo Ohio

Tri-County Counseling Center in Jerseyville IL 

Rice Community Center in KS

August 13 , 2010 

Update: Great Outdoor Clothing Co. in Downtown Steamboat Springs 

Bargain Box in Downtown Freeport

Wild Violets ,  Pride of Nations and Beyond Lighting 

Pizza Factory in Yerington NV?

Professional Veterinary Products Ltd plans to Close York County Location 

Americké Listy, a leading Czech-language newspaper in the United States

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Closing 25 Stores 

Update: Target Closing all 262 Garden Centers Nationwide

The Salvation Army thrift store and warehouse in Cheyenne WY

Perfect Fit Industries Closing Loogootee Indiana Plant -95 Jobs Lost

Allenfall Clothing Store in Downtown Duluth 

Thermo Fisher Scientific Closing Rhode Island Facility 

Wyoming Children’s Museum and Nature Center

Sparrows Point steel mill in Baltimore County Up for Sale, Plan to Idle Operations 

Loblaw Companies Ltd to Close Halifax Distribution ( International ) - 115 Jobs Lost 

Century 21 Closing its Door in Dixon 

Parker Paint in Port Angeles WA

Three part-time satellite courthouses on the Big Island Hawaii

Blue Moon Market on Clifford Street in Exeter NH

A Michelin Aircraft Tire Co. facility in Kansas City - 75 Jobs Lost

Update: 13 out of 15 tourist information centers in Illinois

Shade Clothing in Utah

Tate-Porter GM Dealership in Ripley WV - 35 Jobs Lost

Going Hardware in Holiday Island Arkansas 

Chain Link Addiction, a Goth and rock clothing store in Lakewood Ohio

Pizza Hut in Parma ?

Denim brand Evisu Shutting down NY Office, Back to Hong Kong

Special Days Cards and Gifts ( International )

Silvert's Furniture in Freehold NJ

Treasures 4 Teachers to Close Supply Center

Rockin’ Ham Bar & Grille in Davenport IA Closing Becoming a Parking Lot

Luke's Record Exchange in Pawtucket RI

The Learning Tree Academy child care center in Arvada CO

Z Galleries on Pine Avenue in Long Beach CA

Baja 600 at 600 Ward Parkway 

Tattoo Charlie’s of Kentucky Closing Berry Boulevard Store

Smead Manufacturing announced plans to close its McGregor facility - 139 Jobs Lost

The Roasted Bean in Santa Ynez CA

HL2 Ad Agency 

The Save-A-Lot store at 15265 S. Dixie Hwy. in Monroe Township MI

Randy’s Quilt Shop in Greensboro NC

Update: Quad Graphics in Dyersburg to Close in Nov, Vs Feb 2011

Benton County to Close Special Divorce Court

The Safeway warehouse in South Burnaby ( International )

E.E. Forbes Piano Company 

Forty Winks Sleep Shoppe and Furniture in Olathe

Artifacts Fine Furniture in Hyannis

The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort in FL

8 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 17, 2010 at 7:40 PM, alstry (35.42) wrote:

Remember.....this was ALL ENGINEERED by Benny Bin Bernanke's Zombulation Plan......

Instead of buying the mortgage from the bank for $200K....it would have been just as easy to loan the money to the homeowner at the same terms being offered to banks and have the homeowner pay off the bank......

the government would have been in the exact same position but would have owned a mortgage that was performing......

BUT WHAT YOU SHEEP DON'T UNDERSTAND IS AMERICA, AND THE INDUSTRIAL AGE IS INTENTIONALLY BEING SHUT DOWN AND OUTSOURCED..........

and some of you are counting on your success in 2011?

heck, as Denninger reports.......good luck if you get your pension.....

More Ill-Noise (And Other States): PENSIONS

 

Better read this all you in some sort of state employee union....

The opinion acknowledges that the constitution creates a contractual agreement between the workers and the state's employee pension funds. But it concludes that neither the constitution nor the law say the state is a guarantor of that obligation.

Got that?

For those who don't want to read the whole article (you should), it basically means that:

Yes, The State has a contractual relationship with the pensioners.

No, the obligation does not extend beyond the pension fund's resources.

That is, The State cannot steal the pension money.  But it is not obligated to stand behind a bankrupt pension fund that runs out of money and is unable to meet it's obligations.

What's better is that the PBGC doesn't provide any safety against such a condition either - PBGC options exist only for private pensions, not public ones.

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#2) On August 17, 2010 at 7:45 PM, guiron (21.63) wrote:

OK, so why should I take advice of any kind from someone who thinks of everyone else as "sheep?" Clearly, we're too stupid to understand what you're talking about.

You talk down to your audience, like you have better things to do. So, why not do those things instead? I'm sure we'll be sheep either way.

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#3) On August 17, 2010 at 7:48 PM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

but the market was up 175 today with no volume.Ok FOOLS get the F out of the market now!Dont be stubborn 2008 can and is going to happen again! Get on the bench.Nobody ever got hurt sitting on the sidelines.go to youtube tony robbins economic warning video 1 and 2.He has been a personal life coach for the last 20 years to some of the worlds greatest investors and he knows what he is talking about so watch them!I lost tons in 2008 and it's not happening again!

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#4) On August 17, 2010 at 7:51 PM, alstry (35.42) wrote:

Now America shuts down.....just moving along right according to the Zombulation plan.....and just wait until the "rich" learn that they are liable for the nation's debt....especially the trillions we borrowed and guaranteed over the past year making them think they were still rich...once the info is out, they will not think they are so rich anymore.....

Bankruptcies Reach Nearly 5-Year High...

Keep watching the ticker.....tick, tock, tick....

2011?  We are bankrupt, and until we restructure........no one including Alstrymous has any idea how we move forward.....

BUT once we restructure, I will be the most positive Fool you have ever seen.....

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#5) On August 17, 2010 at 7:56 PM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

tony robbins economic warning video made aug 3 2010 watch it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#6) On August 17, 2010 at 7:59 PM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

have you read the headlines lately wallstreet bonuses with our bailout tax dollars! and the teachers and students must pack F...ing  TOILET PAPER!!! we are being robbed by the fed and the bankers one taxed bailout dollar at a time!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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#7) On August 17, 2010 at 8:01 PM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

the school cuts are so bad now they have to bring their own toilet paper!WTF is that!!!!

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#8) On August 18, 2010 at 8:08 AM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

Raged .. I saw the Tony Robbins video a few days ago and I had the same reaction you did .. it's not his job to warn people .. i took it as a huge warning because he is around so many insiders .. also, does anyone here follow Terry Laundry (T theory) .. my husband follows him closely and he's keeping a close eye on 8/26-28 ..

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