new century closing
BothellWA

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#102 Mar 30, 2013
I don't know how to make the location show as Bothell, WA.
Real Idiots

El Dorado, AR

#104 Mar 30, 2013
I'm posting nine minutes after you and you said something to the crazy guy. That means I must be you. Great. Now he'll stalk my posts again calling himself 'earth'.
wtf

Longview, TX

#105 Mar 31, 2013
Real Idiots wrote:
I'm posting nine minutes after you and you said something to the crazy guy. That means I must be you. Great. Now he'll stalk my posts again calling himself 'earth'.
Sounds like you are "the crazy guy."
FYI

El Dorado, AR

#106 Mar 31, 2013
The man who owns the mall has bought the new century bldg and wanted them to sign a 5 year lease!!!! The owners refused to sign more than a year because he was unsure of the economy,,,,so he is looking for a new bldg,,,,,
Idiocracy

El Dorado, AR

#107 Mar 31, 2013
Oh Well wrote:
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no your wrong again, bonanza closed shortly after ryans opened, I knew the owner well..........Elorado needs factory jobs..not retail....sorry your clueless.
Do you really think businesses what to come to a town known as the "Festival City"? Not everyone is in to those types of gay activities. There may be a lot in El Dorado who are into gay activities, but it's not like that all over the country.
well

Chicago, IL

#108 Mar 31, 2013
A lot of people will come into town from outside the area and spend money here on what we do have available. Over time the more money that comes in, the more we will have available.
Jackie

El Dorado, AR

#109 Mar 31, 2013
FYI wrote:
The man who owns the mall has bought the new century bldg and wanted them to sign a 5 year lease!!!! The owners refused to sign more than a year because he was unsure of the economy,,,,so he is looking for a new bldg,,,,,
Not exactly true. Agarwall already owned the building. The restaurant's lease is up and they don't want to renew, because he won't fix anything in the building. Has nothing to do with the economy.

They are looking for a new location, that much is true.
Oh well

El Dorado, AR

#110 Mar 31, 2013
actually wrote:
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El Dorado soesnt need factory jobs. And retail flocks to where jobs are being created, hence why they're moving here. And Bonanza was closed before Ryan's opened. I know, because I worked there.
Oh yeah, now I remember you....you was that little short bald headed dude that walked up to every table asking you wanted more cheese biscuits !!lmao. didn't you then get the same cheese biscuit job at Ryans ??

yeah I am sure you must be right, Eldorado don't need factory jobs at all. everyone just needs to open a RESTURANT OR RETAIL STORE, that would be great we could just buy from each other, problem solved.
the truth

El Dorado, AR

#111 Mar 31, 2013
Jackie wrote:
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Not exactly true. Agarwall already owned the building. The restaurant's lease is up and they don't want to renew, because he won't fix anything in the building. Has nothing to do with the economy.
They are looking for a new location, that much is true.
Are you people really that stupid or is it just a cover, Hell those folks have no business left in this town after the new palace buffet opened up, They did not sign a new lease because they know they are finished here in Eldorado, I promise they are making plans to get the hell out of here while they still have there shirts on there backs, even Ray Charles could see the end for them , there would be 150 cars at the new buffet and 3 at new century, come on lets cut the BS
the truth

El Dorado, AR

#112 Mar 31, 2013
That maybe what they are telling eveyone about the landlord but that's BS, there lease ended and there dam glad it did, this is a perfect time to fade away into the sunset, there business is shot in the butt by the new buffet,......... you idiots !

any landlord in there right mind would take care of any problems that a tenant of 10 or 15 years was having , you know better than that.... I call BS
The Whole Story

El Dorado, AR

#113 Mar 31, 2013
Oh well wrote:
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Oh yeah, now I remember you....you was that little short bald headed dude that walked up to every table asking you wanted more cheese biscuits !!lmao. didn't you then get the same cheese biscuit job at Ryans ??
yeah I am sure you must be right, Eldorado don't need factory jobs at all. everyone just needs to open a RESTURANT OR RETAIL STORE, that would be great we could just buy from each other, problem solved.
You're the only person who said that. The fact of the matter is that we need more industry jobs AND more retail/restaurants.

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#114 Mar 31, 2013
the truth wrote:
That maybe what they are telling eveyone about the landlord but that's BS, there lease ended and there dam glad it did, this is a perfect time to fade away into the sunset, there business is shot in the butt by the new buffet,......... you idiots !
any landlord in there right mind would take care of any problems that a tenant of 10 or 15 years was having , you know better than that.... I call BS
Maybe Mrs. Shoeshine will comment on the landlord.
actually

United States

#115 Mar 31, 2013
Oh well wrote:
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Oh yeah, now I remember you....you was that little short bald headed dude that walked up to every table asking you wanted more cheese biscuits !!lmao. didn't you then get the same cheese biscuit job at Ryans ??
yeah I am sure you must be right, Eldorado don't need factory jobs at all. everyone just needs to open a RESTURANT OR RETAIL STORE, that would be great we could just buy from each other, problem solved.
Nope, but that guy was a trip! He did eventually work for Ryan's, as he remained unemployed until they moved here. And "just buy from each other" is exactly how a fluent economy works!!!

FYI - the USA's high corporate tax rate makes it senseless to recruit the large factories that are moving overseas. THAT would be wasted money: going after businesses that don't want to operate in this hemisphere. I agree withyou that'd be a stupid idea.
actually

United States

#116 Mar 31, 2013
the truth wrote:
That maybe what they are telling eveyone about the landlord but that's BS, there lease ended and there dam glad it did, this is a perfect time to fade away into the sunset, there business is shot in the butt by the new buffet,......... you idiots !
any landlord in there right mind would take care of any problems that a tenant of 10 or 15 years was having , you know better than that.... I call BS
No, not "any landlord in there right mind would take care of any problems that a tenant of 10 or 15 years was having." Everyone knows he just uses it as a tax write-off. Hell, landlords in El Dorado don't take care of their rent properties now. The fact is that the new Buffett Palace had nothing to do with their relocation decision. They'll find a more affordable location with a landlord that maintains the property better.
Oh well

El Dorado, AR

#117 Mar 31, 2013
actually wrote:
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Nope, but that guy was a trip! He did eventually work for Ryan's, as he remained unemployed until they moved here. And "just buy from each other" is exactly how a fluent economy works!!!
FYI - the USA's high corporate tax rate makes it senseless to recruit the large factories that are moving overseas. THAT would be wasted money: going after businesses that don't want to operate in this hemisphere. I agree withyou that'd be a stupid idea.
SO ACCORDING TO YOUR LOGIC..IF THERE ARE 9000 WORKERS IN ELDORADO, AND EVRYBODY WAS A BUSINESS OWNER WE HAVE 9000 STORES ? NO FACTORY WOKERS, NO NEED FOR THEM........THAT'S NUTS.
OH AND P.S. BONANZA CLOSED WHEN RYANS MOVED IN.
THE CHEESE BISCUIT GUY THEN WENT TO RYANS.
IT'S BEEN A NEVER ENDING CYCLE OF BUSINESSES PUTTING EACH OTHER OUT OF BUSINESS IN ELDORAD, STILL GOING ON TODAY, IF YOUR THE FLAVOR OF THE MONTH THEN YOUR GOOD FOR AWHILE JUST DON'T GET USE TO IT, WE WILL BE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE IN THE NEAR FUTURE TO SINK YOUR SHIP, ENJOY YOUR STAY WHILE IT LAST..WHAT A JOKE.
Oh well

El Dorado, AR

#118 Mar 31, 2013
Don't believe it ??? just sit back and watch the city guys at work....in a year or so Atwoods flavor of the month club will be old, then we will be recuiting TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. to come in here and pisss on atwoods parade like atwoods has pissssssed on Epinetts.
actually

United States

#119 Mar 31, 2013
Oh well wrote:
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SO ACCORDING TO YOUR LOGIC..IF THERE ARE 9000 WORKERS IN ELDORADO, AND EVRYBODY WAS A BUSINESS OWNER WE HAVE 9000 STORES ? NO FACTORY WOKERS, NO NEED FOR THEM........THAT'S NUTS.
OH AND P.S. BONANZA CLOSED WHEN RYANS MOVED IN.
THE CHEESE BISCUIT GUY THEN WENT TO RYANS.
IT'S BEEN A NEVER ENDING CYCLE OF BUSINESSES PUTTING EACH OTHER OUT OF BUSINESS IN ELDORAD, STILL GOING ON TODAY, IF YOUR THE FLAVOR OF THE MONTH THEN YOUR GOOD FOR AWHILE JUST DON'T GET USE TO IT, WE WILL BE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE IN THE NEAR FUTURE TO SINK YOUR SHIP, ENJOY YOUR STAY WHILE IT LAST..WHAT A JOKE.
PS - Bonanza was long gone before Ryan's moved here. Ask your biscuit guy that went a couple of years without a job. And by my logic, towns that focus on factory jobs under these conditions will continue to dwindle. Apparently, you haven't kept up with the fact that large factory jobs have been moving overseas for the past 30 years. And, if you've been a town like El Dorado and only focusing on trying to get those jobs back? Well, haven't you been crying about our "declining" population??? Luckily, we don't have idiots like you in such capacities of economic recruiting.
actually

United States

#120 Mar 31, 2013
Oh well wrote:
Don't believe it ??? just sit back and watch the city guys at work....in a year or so Atwoods flavor of the month club will be old, then we will be recuiting TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. to come in here and pisss on atwoods parade like atwoods has pissssssed on Epinetts.
In about a year or "so," huh? What's your "so?" 15 years? Say enough vague, dumb comments and, when it happens in 2030 after a new economic cycle, you'll be claiming that you were right. Because you're a tool like that.

The reason Atwoods moved here is for a demand that is obviously not being met. And Eppinettes, though not even a figment of Atwoods planning, will be as susceptible as Ken's when Home Depot moved here and El Dorado Printing when Office Depot moved here. This all proves that you don't have a clue to what in the Hell you're talking about.
Oh well

El Dorado, AR

#121 Mar 31, 2013
actually wrote:
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In about a year or "so," huh? What's your "so?" 15 years? Say enough vague, dumb comments and, when it happens in 2030 after a new economic cycle, you'll be claiming that you were right. Because you're a tool like that.
The reason Atwoods moved here is for a demand that is obviously not being met. And Eppinettes, though not even a figment of Atwoods planning, will be as susceptible as Ken's when Home Depot moved here and El Dorado Printing when Office Depot moved here. This all proves that you don't have a clue to what in the Hell you're talking about.
yes, but what about the other smaller printing business downtown that had to close right after office depot, and yes luckily for kens "LOWES" had already flew the coop but Beene lumber proved my PIE SLICEING theory to be right on track.....so actually I AM right and your wrong again.

oh and PS bonanza closed because of RYANS, the owner himself even said it, yes he may have been having finacial problems b-4 ryans but ryans was the nail in the coffin for bonanza.
thanks to atwoods, Epinettes will not see the end of the year.
actually

United States

#122 Mar 31, 2013
Oh well wrote:
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yes, but what about the other smaller printing business downtown that had to close right after office depot, and yes luckily for kens "LOWES" had already flew the coop but Beene lumber proved my PIE SLICEING theory to be right on track.....so actually I AM right and your wrong again.
oh and PS bonanza closed because of RYANS, the owner himself even said it, yes he may have been having finacial problems b-4 ryans but ryans was the nail in the coffin for bonanza.
thanks to atwoods, Epinettes will not see the end of the year.
What other "small printing business downtown?" Rainer is still open, dumbass! And Berne Lumber closed last year, years after Home Depot had been here. And now we have Atwoods! So, you suck again! In other words, you're wrong again!

Oh, and PS - Bonanza did not close because of Ryan's. They closed long before Ryan's moved here. Are you shooting for some kind of record for the most wrong, ignorant posts made on one topic? You know you have to have the Guineas people present, right?

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