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America’s Most Endangered Malls

Posted by Karl Withakay on June 29, 2009

This being the off season for TV, I’m having a hard time finding many jucy targets that I want to deconstruct.

So, just so I have something to post, I’ll mention this Yahoo article on America’s Most Endangered Malls that caught my interest.

I read the whole article and was surprised to find no mention of the mall in Willamette, Colorado anywhere.  I thought for sure that between the current recession and the 2006 outbreak that it would be on its last legs, but I guess there’s not many other places to shop in Willamette.

Maybe in a couple of years, yahoo will have a followup article on America’s most endangered casinos.

That is all.  🙂


2 Responses to “America’s Most Endangered Malls”

  1. well, why did you stop writing about the malls? seems like a great subject for social satire at length…hmm…no, I won’t ‘steal’ your idea–yet………….no promises! ha..only problem…I haven’t been inside a mall in so long that….it would require research —dunno if I want to do that sort of…yep… I’m going to leave it to you deconstruct this economic evil at length —in your own good time…or not! ta ta!

  2. cordialdeconstruction said

    I don’t know… It would be hard to do a better job than Romero did in 1978 in the original Dawn of the Dead.

    I prefer the 2004 remake, but it lacks the social commentary subtext of the original.

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