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Old 02-14-2018, 08:17 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by ZodWallop View Post
This wouldn't be so bad (to me) if we could go back to small bookstores in malls. Unfortunately, I think the days of the brick and mortar bookstore chain are nearing their end.
For that matter, the days of malls are rapidly declining. Just Google "malls in America" and you'll see dozens of recent articles like:

America's Malls and Department Stores Are Dying Off - Time
America's malls are rotting away - CNN Money
What could happen to America's dead malls - Business Insider
An Ode to Shopping Malls - The New York Times
Big, bold and broken: is the US shopping mall in a fatal decline - The Guardian
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