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November 03, 2008


Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor

Great post Bill. Another breath of fresh air in a world consumed with doom & gloom. Particularly liked your TP and toothpaste analogy.


I went shopping at Woodburn, Pioneer Square, and Lloyd Center this past week.

And you know what? The parking lots are pretty full. Not overflowing with cars like in 2000, but I had to circle around a few times.

People learning to spend within their means isn't such a bad thing in the long run.

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