Antiques store is for sale
ENGLISHTOWN - The owner of a popular antiques store has put his building up for sale.
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#1 Nov 28, 2008
More just used furniture that antiques and not priced to move quickly. Salted with old pots and pans and broken appliances, it was extremely cluttered and dusty. A place to rarely look and rarely buy. Lower prices and full dumpsters could have made the business a sucess as an offshoot of the Englishtown market.
#2 Nov 28, 2008
It figures such an arrogant snotty comment comes from Colts Neck.
#3 Nov 29, 2008
Noone, don't fall into the abyss of hatred! We will all be together poor, rich, black, white, snotty, dry sinus! YES WE CAN! SI SE PUEDE! We will all be rich when President Obama is sworn in! NO MORE HUNGER! NO MORE HATE! NO MORE MORTGAGES! NO MORE RICH! NO MORE POOR! IT'S OUR TIME!
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