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OSU-area Kroger renovation to begin | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 33 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Oct 30, 2010, titled OSU-area Kroger renovation to begin | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Kroger is ready to go ahead with plans to rebuild its High Street store just south of the Ohio State University campus, about two years after renovation was first discussed.

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Renovation

Watseka, IL

#24 Oct 31, 2010
Kroger is changing it's name to Crap-For-Sale.
Reader

Columbus, OH

#25 Oct 31, 2010
realist wrote:
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I lived 2 blocks away and shopped there weekly for three years. I know of which I speak... sheboon temper tantrums, flying packages of ribs, etc. Sadly, "gentrification" won't do a damned thing about Weinland Park primates.
Nor, apparently alter your perception of certain folks.

BTW--I have probably shopped there as much as you have.
Reader

Columbus, OH

#26 Oct 31, 2010
carnholio wrote:
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They actually took down those posts in front of the doors?
YOu know, it's interesting, both Aldi and Sav-a-Lot have solve the disappearing cart problem quite simply. It seems as though no one is willing to sacrifice a quarter and will return their cart to the line-up.

Kroger, on the other hand, has gone through a number of equally expensive and far less effective contraptions. The had the barriers to prevent the carts going to the parking lot. For a while they had wheel locks that would engage when the cart reached a certain distance from the door. And then there are those posts that apparently are installed to prevent them exiting the building. All ugly, inconvenient, ineffective. Get a clue.
wooloomooloo

Columbus, OH

#27 Oct 31, 2010
Reader wrote:
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Nor, apparently alter your perception of certain folks.
BTW--I have probably shopped there as much as you have.
Did you ever throw a pack of ribs across the store? Be honest.
Reader

Columbus, OH

#28 Oct 31, 2010
wooloomooloo wrote:
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Did you ever throw a pack of ribs across the store? Be honest.
Nope. And what's more, never saw anyone else do so, either.

Since: Oct 10

Kingston, NY

#29 Oct 31, 2010
all the dept managers who work for market Basket in Lawrence,Ma. carry concealed weapons..and by the I mean hand guns ,,All of them .It is not demanded by company policy but each may carry if the choose and they do choose !
Reader

Columbus, OH

#30 Oct 31, 2010
watson799 wrote:
all the dept managers who work for market Basket in Lawrence,Ma. carry concealed weapons..and by the I mean hand guns ,,All of them .It is not demanded by company policy but each may carry if the choose and they do choose !
Certainly glad I don't plan to go to Lawrence Ma any time soon.

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Kingston, NY

#31 Oct 31, 2010
Mr Arthur D was visiting the same store and when he came out his lincoln town car was gone !! Happens a few times a week
Reader

United States

#32 Oct 31, 2010
watson799 wrote:
Mr Arthur D was visiting the same store and when he came out his lincoln town car was gone !! Happens a few times a week
Then I guess its a good thing I don't have a Lincoln town car.
realist

Columbus, OH

#33 Oct 31, 2010
Reader wrote:
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Nope. And what's more, never saw anyone else do so, either.
Oh look, another smug liberal. Try not to get robbed by your beloved African brothers in the parking lot.
carnholio

Cambridge, OH

#34 Oct 31, 2010
Reader wrote:
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Get a clue.
A more respectable store would have a parcel pick-up...or at least have a bagger carry your groceries to your car.

But, how many shoppers at that store ride COTA?
carnholio

Cambridge, OH

#35 Oct 31, 2010
Renovation wrote:
Kroger is changing it's name to Crap-For-Sale.
Four Loko tallboys 10 for $10 with a Plus card?
Reader

Columbus, OH

#36 Nov 1, 2010
carnholio wrote:
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A more respectable store would have a parcel pick-up...or at least have a bagger carry your groceries to your car.
But, how many shoppers at that store ride COTA?
I cannot recall the last time I saw a grocery store with a parcel pick up. BTW--did you know they have scanners now to read the prices?

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