The People of Las Vegas


Las Vegas is both stranger and more normal than you might imagine, and for some reason, people don’t think anyone lives there By Amanda Fortini/believermag.com   It’s February in Las Vegas, and because I have managed to step on my glasses and break them, as I do at least once a year, I have goneContinue reading “The People of Las Vegas”

Arden Fair Mayhem (Social Media Edition)


Some Policemen and Mall owners have said, The 26th of December the day after Christmas seems to be the one of the most violent days in America’s malls. People are pent up from being with their family,” Closed schools, social media, the mall and juveniles with nothing to do?   Can be  combustible mix.  The victims:Continue reading “Arden Fair Mayhem (Social Media Edition)”

merry STUPID christmas (self inflected wounds)


  Its 2018, another year filled with stupid adults who shouldn’t leave their homes without professional supervision. _____________________________________________________   Despite all the warnings, every year shoppers fill the cars with gifts and return to the mall to shop.  Once their shopping is completed they return to an empty car with a broken window.   At anContinue reading “merry STUPID christmas (self inflected wounds)”

Just because it zips………….


Remember this Oprah? If your under 35 probably not.  This Oprah went on a liquid diet and lost a ton of weight.  In the wagon is fat, the fat represents the weight she lost. The fat she hoped was gone forever.  Look at those jeans, the belt, her posture, I’m sure, as she was gettingContinue reading “Just because it zips………….”

Doorbuster


There was a time in my life when it was all about the Mall. I enjoyed the energy, the Mr’s Fields Cookies, and it was a good place to meet people and to people watch.   If I were on vacation, I took out the Yellow Pages and researched the malls in the area, oftenContinue reading “Doorbuster”

Target Failure in Canada: A Opinion From Vancouver


  Shelley Fralic: Top 5 reasons why Target Canada was an epic failure Empty shelves and severe lack of ambiance were only part of the problem   It’s noon, Thursday. I am standing in the curtains aisle at Target in Metrotown, the biggest, busiest mall in the province with more than 400 stores.That includes anchorContinue reading “Target Failure in Canada: A Opinion From Vancouver”

Costco Crazy


First thing first, I love shopping,I hate crowds.  I love shopping online in the comfort of my “Fruit of the Looms” So why am I out  at a Costco a gloomy Saturday afternoon?    Ninja.  I am there for a Ninja Blending system.  The Ninja was on sale, a sale ending Sunday,and there is noContinue reading “Costco Crazy”