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How stupid of Johnson to alienate his customer base! Yes, he wanted to "de-frump" the stores and be young, hip, and fresh, however, the biggest population segment in America today are the seniors and baby boomers. Not ALL of society is young and hip. Some live their lives happily in basic, non-trendy clothes, purcha...more
Obama and our current Congress are doing the stealing, not the boomers. These seniors are part of the "greatest generation," who fought World War II and won. They are not the entitlement generation; they came home from war and what they asked for was a job and a place to live, and that's it. They went to work every ...more
My condolences to Amanda's family. This should not have happened. I hope they throw the book at the perp who did this to her. My advice for young people is to stay off Facebook/Twitter, etc., altogether. It's not worth your time or brain power, and it's definitely not worth your life.
Ditto. My go-to responses are always "It's not in the budget" or, "did you bring your money with you?"
Our 8-year-old saved for 10 months for his Nintendo. He appreciates it a lot and feels good that he bought it on his own.
Good article. I find myself always joking about my "dinosaur" cell phone (a Motorola Razor), but I just don't want to put out the money for a new phone. The new phone would be nice, but then you have to pay for the service to have the internet available and unlimited texting. No thanks. I love Donna's articles on f...more