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Everybody Loves the Bookstore, But Nobody Buys

Occasionally, we find a comic that crosses over into the realm of retailers, and this one has been on my desk since I read it on March 16th in The Hamilton Spectator. It’s ironic to include this at this particular blog however, since “Edge City follows a hip, Jewish-American family juggling relationships, careers and tradition at the fast pace of modern life.”  (In Canada, the Sunday panels appear in the Saturday newspapers, dating back to a time when Sunday papers didn’t exist here.) The comic is drawn by Terry and Patty LeBan. Visit their website at EdgeCityComics.com

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  1. March 27, 2013 at 6:48 am

    We lost a grocery store in our small community the same way. “If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it” was on everyone’s tongue after that. How many independents need to close before we get the message.

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