Wednesday, April 30, 2008


Cindy sees this one regularly in Southern California. Here is her explanation, of which I approve: "Maybe they have creditors after them who want them to pay up, or unsatisfied customers who they've treated poorly or disgruntled employees who they haven't paid in ages, and they're pretending not to be there just to avoid all of them. After all, if they've "moved", all these people after them won't think to look for them at their actual place of business, right?"

1 comment:

bionelly said...

My guess is that they actually closed, and the other location they refer to was just another branch of the same company. Sort of like when businesses close but put signs up saying they are "renovating". I really don't understand why they do that sort of thing, because if they are already closed, how is admitting that going to chase away business?