That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

March 28, 2009

Flea Market Montgomery

Filed under: commercials — Anita @ 8:14 pm
From the funniest of the parodies

From the funniest of the parodies

A playlist I made based on the best YouTube about a flea market ever.

If you don’t feel like watching the whole thing, these are my favorite of the parodies:

///edit April 10, 2009///

Ryan on The Office was watching Flea Market Montgomery in the episode entitled The Michael Scott Paper Company.

March 21, 2009

“Colonial Mall — Augusta, Virginia”

This video is lol.

I think it was made 3-5 years ago when Staunton Mall went under the moniker “Colonial Mall” for a short while. I couldn’t watch it on Firefox for OSX, so I had to use Safari.

It’s also on multiply too.

Ryan’s, Staunton, VA (closed ????)

Filed under: dead stores,Staunton — Anita @ 3:00 pm

Ryan's, Staunton, VA (closed ????)

I don’t know when this closed. The ones in Newport News and Suffolk closed like in 2003-ish, so maybe that’s when this one closed too.

I remember when I went to Ghetto Kee Business College, the school would treat us once a month to a meal at Ryans, and the food was always overcooked or bland.
It’s tucked sorta in front of walmart.

March 7, 2009

“1989 Sears Re-Opening Commercial” (not mine)

Filed under: commercials — Anita @ 9:45 pm

I have to know what the whole new way to shop was! Any body know?

March 2, 2009

1992 or 1993 Central Fidelity Commercial

Filed under: commercials,dead chains,Farm Fresh — Anita @ 3:09 pm

This is from when mom taped Troop Beverly Hills for me one night in January of 1992, I think.

Check out all the old Farm Freshes in the Central Fidelity Commercial! Now no Farm Freshes have banks…right? I know the bank in the Smithfield location closed down a few years back.

Also notice the other local ads. Is elephantsgalore still open? The only results I found were vague city search pages. However, it looks like The Paneling Factory is still open.

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