The All-New PDX Radio Corporate Deathwatch

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  • #36466
    radiodork
    Spectator

    I’m surprised these big malls like Washington Square,lLoyd center are even still in business. I mean seriously,who the heck makes a trip out to Washington Square when you can buy everything online, especially with Amazon.com. Last Christmas I did 100% of my shopping online, and I know I’m not the only one. Do people even still go to malls? They seem like such a dated concept that no longer makes any sense when you can get better deals online.

    #36471
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    As far as I know, it’s not yet possible to go ice skating on the Internet. 🙂

    #36472
    edselehr
    Participant

    Those of us with social skills still like going to public places and interacting with other humans. And I have yet to find a website that smells like Joe Brown’s Carmel Corn.

    #36476
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Sorry Ed but if you’re idea of “socializing”is going to a mall and talking to the 16 year old girl behind the counter at Hot dog on a stick……well…more power to you, although it is a bit creepy Ed.😜 I prefer to meet women at a bar who I know are at least 21.

    #36483
    edselehr
    Participant

    “…who I know are at least 21.”

    I’m sure that’s what they tell you. Check ID dork, or you’ll end up quickly in Roy Moore territory.

    #36484
    nosignalallnoise
    Participant

    As far as I know, it’s not yet possible to go ice skating on the Internet.

    Can’t get glasses made in “about an hour” on the Internet either. Though I bought a bitchin’ pair of Oakley shades off Amazon (for the frames) that I took to the mall last week to have a prescription clear lens unit made, the idea being they’d be my bike/work glasses, and they’re my new everyday glasses now. Okay, so I cheated a little. Sue me.

    dork & Ed, I met my now ex-GF (I was 24, she was 18) from chatting her up at Vancouver Mall when she was a cashier. Sometimes that’s how you make connections, Casanova. It can be very effective.

    #36494
    semoochie
    Participant

    So, here’s the scenario” You walk into McDonalds and say, “Pardon me but I need to see your ID before I’m allowed to talk to you.” Well, it’s a good way to lose weight! 🙂

    #36497
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Ahh smooch, you had me at hello… I mean Cinnabon.

    And nosig- by any chance was it hot dog on a stick where you met your life partner? I mean x partner.

    #36504
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Well…….I’ll be damned. Look what I just found on accident. (sigh) A very sad day for people in the weiner world.
    http://smdp.com/hot-dog-on-a-stick-owner-files-chapter-11/131827

    #36509
    nosignalallnoise
    Participant

    by any chance was it hot dog on a stick where you met your life partner?

    Nah, I met him in the Wal-Mart parking lot through his Craigslist ad. Or maybe it was through the CB radio? Where the fuck was I and what the fuck was I smoking that night? :Þ

    HDOS was long gone from Vancouver Mall by the mid 90s – – bad location in the food court and too much competition from the better-established Orange Julius two spaces away. Though the girls WERE fuckin’ hot.

    #36510
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    I wish the best for Hot Dog On A Stick. I probably won’t be giving them any assistance in getting out of debt, though, because their product does not look like something that my cardiovascular system would appreciate.

    #36511
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Forget about your cardiovascular system Alfredo, id worry more about your digestive system. Can you imagine the amount of toilet 🚽 time you will need to spend after eating one of those deep fried lard pellets?

    #36534
    semoochie
    Participant

    In case anyone is confused, I meant to put a colon after “scenario”.

    #36535
    Brianl
    Participant

    Ah, Hot Dog on a Stick. Any place that forces their employees to wear uniforms that God-awful deserves to go out of business.

    #36536
    radiodork
    Spectator

    I agree Brian, those uniforms are hideous. Those poor tortured women who work at Hot dog on a stick must be in uniform hell. I hope Pizza Schmizza doesn’t start making their employees wear those uniforms, they won’t will they Brian?(jk)

    On a serious note Brian, do you still work at pizza schmizza at the airport? I have a 2pm flight next Friday May 11th on Delta. I was gonna stop on by and say hi.

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