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rotuts

rotuts

in response to the JB quote :

 

had to go to LLBean for an exchange

 

in that high-end outdoor mall there was 

 

a ShakeShack

 

I of course never miss an opportunity for a SS visit if its right in front of me

 

and a Amazon Book Store.

 

I didn't go in , but found that odd.

 

selling books on-line made Amazon

 

Im wondering if JB is a little short on revolutionary ideas

 

or that his vast wealths , or soon enough , 1/2 vast wealth

 

had fogged up his brain.

 

I was never a fan of WF , mostly their prices

 

what what Ive seen of the Amazon WF across from TJ's

 

dosnt inspire me to be a patron.

 

they and so mush  ' fresh ' fish on ice display , that I doubt they sell 1/3 d of it before it becomes ' fishy '

 

they must toss out a lot of high end food.

 

or their patrons have very few taste buds.

 

but , in the final analysis , as I own a very few shares of AMZN

 

 

 

AM.thumb.jpg.6973013973ed3edc77b5f49cd2b47569.jpg

 

I hope A-WF eventually does very well

rotuts

rotuts

in response to the JB quote :

 

had to go to LLBean for an exchange

 

in that high-end outdoor mall there was 

 

a ShakeShack

 

I of course never miss an opportunity for a SS visit if itr right in front of me

 

and a Amazon Book Store.

 

I didn't go in , but found that odd.

 

selling books on-line made Amazon

 

Im wondering if JB is a little short on revolutionary ideas

 

or that his vast wealths , or soon enough , 1/2 vast wealth

 

had fogged up his brain.

 

I was never a fan of WF , mostly their prices

 

what what Ive seen of the Amazon WF across from TJ's

 

dosnt inspire me to be a patron.

 

they and so mush ' fresh ' fish on ice display , that I doubt they sell 1/3 d of it before it becomes ' fishy '

 

they must toss out a lot of high end food.

 

or their patrons have very few taste buds.

 

but , in the final analysis , as I own a very few shares of AMZN

 

 

 

AM.thumb.jpg.6973013973ed3edc77b5f49cd2b47569.jpg

 

I hope A-WF eventually does very well

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