Shoppers surprised to find no one wor...

Shoppers surprised to find no one working

There are 75 comments on the KUSA Denver story from Sep 3, 2007, titled Shoppers surprised to find no one working. In it, KUSA Denver reports that:

" Police say some shoppers at the Dollar Tree called police Monday evening after discovering there were not any employees in the store.

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Since: Aug 07

Boulder, CO

#2 Sep 3, 2007
serious... it's Dollar Tree-- is someone going to wipe them out for oh say $150 bucks if they clean out the store?!?!
Hmmm

Denver, CO

#4 Sep 3, 2007
Did they have the closed sign in Spanish? I guess even the english speaking are illiterate.

Since: May 07

Chandler, AZ

#6 Sep 3, 2007
I think whoever closed the store on Sunday will have some explaining to do.

Since: Jul 07

Northglenn, CO

#8 Sep 3, 2007
First off Cowboy, it's Northglenn - two n's. Second off, go back to California with the rest of your racist kind.
rm in az

Tempe, AZ

#10 Sep 3, 2007
RM in AZ wrote:
I think whoever closed the store on Sunday will have some explaining to do.
who cares what you think
funny in a sad way

Vail, CO

#11 Sep 3, 2007
a dollar store free for all? how funny ... is it all on tape?

Since: Aug 07

Denver, CO.

#12 Sep 3, 2007
LOL...

People are such Comsumer Sheep...
SHEEPLE!

Since: Aug 07

Denver, CO.

#13 Sep 3, 2007
Consumer* even...
THE END

Denver, CO

#14 Sep 4, 2007
Man, I hate zombies.
Mark

United States

#15 Sep 4, 2007
Nice to see thieves took Labor Day off. I wonder if people would have been so honest if it was a higher end store.
BRAT

Nashville, TN

#20 Sep 4, 2007
how retarted are these people that they didn't even notice a closed for the holiday sign.
Tracy

Longmont, CO

#23 Sep 4, 2007
I have been in that store and even if it was open I still couldn't find employees working.
dom

United States

#26 Sep 4, 2007
That is so funny, just to imagine people shopping with no employees there and no idea that the store was closed.....didn't they have any alarms ringing? And yes, it is awesome that nothing came up missing, good thing only honest people were there shopping.....
GMAN

Omaha, NE

#27 Sep 4, 2007
It's a good thing that there are respectable people living in that area. If this were in Aurora or Capitol Hill... forget about it!
Just my thoughts

Fort Collins, CO

#28 Sep 4, 2007
This is a new concept, brought to you by the dollar tree, all self service come in, shop, ring yourself up and leave your checks credit card number or correct change. and leave it was a test to see how honest the people were. The closed sigh was just a test to see how many could read.
sasha

Otis, CO

#30 Sep 4, 2007
omg thats so sad
GMAN

Omaha, NE

#31 Sep 4, 2007
That only applies south of 120th Avenue where the real estate values are much lower and the homes are older... places north and east of 120th and Washington are a lot more respectable. The area called Hunters Glenn and east of there is very nice all the way to Holly and just east of Holly and around Horizon High School. Lots of new homes up there, many selling in the high $200's to mid $300's. The average household income level is around $80,000,(I know this because I own a small business in that area and have done some market research). Thornton has some very diverse communities just like any other large suburban city. Look at Aurora, for example. Most of that area is crap, but there are exceptions such as Chenango (sp). The people who live there are very affluent and homes sell for a million and up.
TLC wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed, it used to be such a nice area. So was Lakewood. The invasion is spreading through Colorado just like the plague!
Lakewood

Denver, CO

#38 Sep 4, 2007
TLC wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed, it used to be such a nice area. So was Lakewood. The invasion is spreading through Colorado just like the plague!
I remember when Federal was the border. Anything west of Federal was an OK neighborhood. This was about 10 years ago. Eventually everything between Federal & Sheridan was swallowed up, and now, sadly most of everything between Sheridan & Wadsworth is becoming filled with illegal immigrants.

Used to live over by 10th & Sheridan, it's a horrible area now. Didn't used to be.
Scott

Littleton, CO

#40 Sep 4, 2007
At the risk of having my dead mother denigrated by RM in AZ I have to agree with the poster who commented that whomever closed the store on Sunday will need to explain. It seems to me that securing the store, or notifying a manager if that is impossible, is a basic responsibility of the closing staff. If I were managing that store I would be reviewing applications today. Luckily it appears that there are/were some honest people around that day. Kudos to the honest people.
grannie panties

Redwood City, CA

#41 Sep 4, 2007
BRAT wrote:
how retarted are these people that they didn't even notice a closed for the holiday sign.
Only the retarded say retarted.

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