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Without WARNING....Entire Chains Shutting Down or Closing Stores

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January 28, 2010 – Comments (2)

DENVER - No one with the company will confirm it, but a sign on the door of the Appliance World in Denver says the store is closing, effective immediately.

9NEWS received a newstip on Wednesday that all six stores in Colorado are closing.

http://www.9news.com/rss/article.aspx?storyid=131637

It's happening after 1.01.10.......Entire retail chains shutting abruptly without notice.

Here is a link to the company's website:

http://www.applianceworldstores.com/

It is not just Appliance World....and it is not just Colorado......

WSJ: Movie Gallery - Possible Chapter 11, Closing up to 2/3 of Stores

And not just retail stores......

Schools, Hospitals, Nursing Homes...........nothing is immune from the Zombulator after 1.01.10

And the rate of abrupt closures will accelerate as the year progresses......this is not conjecture, simply a mathematical certainty based on Zombulation Policies leading to Concentric Contraction.

The strange part is Benny the B calls this a recovery..................................

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#1) On January 28, 2010 at 12:40 AM, alstry (36.17) wrote:

America Shutting Down Across The Nation......

Bloom Grocery Store Closing In Belmont Greene

After finally seeing some stores arrive at their long-awaited and much-debated Village Center, residents of Belmont Greene will see one of the community's anchor stores shuttered next month.

The Delhaize Group, parent company of Bloom and Food Lion grocery stores, announced Thursday it would close 16 of its locations, 15 Food Lions and one Bloom. Belmont Greene's Bloom, which opened in 2008, was the unlucky store targeted for shuttering.

"We had to make the difficult decision to close some of our underperforming stores," Christy Phillips-Brown, spokesman for Bloom's corporate operations, said.

Waveland's Home Depot is closing its doors

WAVELAND, MS (WLOX) - More than 30 people will lose their jobs when The Home Depot in Waveland closes. Company officials say business has dropped at the store that opened as a hurricane relief center after Katrina.

Home Depot closing

Home Depot in Wilson will close in about eight weeks after operating in the Gateway Plaza shopping center for two years. The store's 40 employees will either lose their jobs...

Albertsons closing Hulen Street store

Albertsons officials have announced plans to close Fort Worth’s Hulen Street Albertsons store at the intersection of Hulen and Interstate 20, identifying it as an ‘underperforming’ location.

Greenville's Open Book closing its doors

A card with the news went out to about 1,000 of the store's best customers over the past year. After four decades in business in Greenville, The Open Book is closing.

The Naturalist, a beloved store in downtown Davis, is closing after 31 years

Soon enough, the toy bugs and the rocks and binoculars and bird feeders will be gone as The Naturalist shuts down after more than 31 years in downtown Davis.

BIG AND SMALL....OLD AND NEW......THE PACE IS REALLY PICKING UP AFTER 1.01.10......WHILE BENNY THE B STILL CALLS THIS A RECOVERY.............................

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#2) On January 28, 2010 at 2:18 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Merry Christmas (colors) Al . . .

Does it bother any Fool that our President is using, his pre-election quote, "an ax," to simply freeze (not cut) $30 billion from a $1,000,000,000,000 + budget?

With scalpel in hand, I'd bet y'all can come up with real Federal cuts that'd make us all some money and sideline Benny the B.

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