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3 days ago  
This just in, disasters affect some sectors of the economy far more than others!
 
3 days ago  

Natalie Portmanteau: This just in, disasters affect some sectors of the economy far more than others!


Followup report breaking now.. People need to eat but don't necessarily want to travel across the country and stay at a resort during a pandemic.
 
2 days ago  
I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.
 
2 days ago  

Rapmaster2000: I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.


Except for all the businesses with models that required people travel or congregate heavily?  Ask anyone in the entertainment industry how well they're doing.
 
2 days ago  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.

Except for all the businesses with models that required people travel or congregate heavily?  Ask anyone in the entertainment industry how well they're doing.


You certainly stuck it to the point I didn't make.
 
2 days ago  

Rapmaster2000: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.

Except for all the businesses with models that required people travel or congregate heavily?  Ask anyone in the entertainment industry how well they're doing.

You certainly stuck it to the point I didn't make.


There are certainly a lot of retail businesses, in the entertainment industry, that have been impacted as hell by the pandemic.  Ergo, say what now?
 
2 days ago  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.

Except for all the businesses with models that required people travel or congregate heavily?  Ask anyone in the entertainment industry how well they're doing.

You certainly stuck it to the point I didn't make.

There are certainly a lot of retail businesses, in the entertainment industry, that have been impacted as hell by the pandemic.  Ergo, say what now?


No.  Movie theaters are not retail businesses.  Bars are not retail businesses.  Theme parks are not retail businesses.  Restaurants are not retail businesses.

A retail business does not sell entertainment.  A retail business is a clothing, electronic, drug, grocery, or convenience store.  You're making these "points" because you don't understand the definition of a retail business.
 
2 days ago  

Rapmaster2000: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Rapmaster2000: I have yet to see a retail business negatively impacted by the pandemic that wasn't already on hard times.  Offices went casual, so sorry Brooks Brothers and Men's Wearhouse.  Pier 1 has been at death's door for 20 years.

Except for all the businesses with models that required people travel or congregate heavily?  Ask anyone in the entertainment industry how well they're doing.

You certainly stuck it to the point I didn't make.

There are certainly a lot of retail businesses, in the entertainment industry, that have been impacted as hell by the pandemic.  Ergo, say what now?

No.  Movie theaters are not retail businesses.  Bars are not retail businesses.  Theme parks are not retail businesses.  Restaurants are not retail businesses.

A retail business does not sell entertainment.  A retail business is a clothing, electronic, drug, grocery, or convenience store.  You're making these "points" because you don't understand the definition of a retail business.


... I'm not sure where you're getting your version of a what a retail business is - but you should probably look elsewhere.  That's just plain wrong.
 
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