Mall photo gallery 2, continued
"The Ghost Tour" ... page 4
|What if they built a food court,
and nobody ate... Hungry yet?
Sorry, no grub to be rustled-up here. Even Chick-Fil-A, the old reliable
mall tenant, had already called it a day. (Does that mean the cows
came home? "EAT MOR -- OH NEVUR MINED, EAT WHUTEVUR EWE WONT.
WEER OUTTA HEAR.")
I hated to see this in such a state.
It's one of the nicest decors I've seen for a food court.
|@#$%!! Can't seem to pick
up "Max Headroom" on these TVs!
(04/10/2004) -- Funny, I didn't notice all those monitors when I was over
here in October '03; but my son pointed 'em out to me. Talk about
an '80s flashback!
Might I add, you can get your analog bag phones, or a hand-held flip-phone the size of a shoebox, at the Alltel store. Now you can make it all the way out to Leeds without roaming!
|Don't act so surprised -- what mall food court was complete without the ubiquitous Sbarro's!|
|(04/10/2004) -- Some stores --
i.e. Chick-Fil-A, Seattle Sandwiches, Sbarro -- have color schemes which
make their former presence obvious, even without signage. This was
the site of a cookie store called The Incredible Chocolate Chip Cookie
Company, a 'mom and pop' giant-cookie store. According to former
employee Robyn Evatt, who wrote to comment, "I
believe it opened just after the remodeling in 1989 or 1990 and we closed
in March 2003. We hung on until it wasn't possible for us to stay
My aunt, who worked for many years at the Parisian here, said they had good homemade waffle cones and good popcorn.
|Now I'm REALLY thirsty!
(04/10/2004) -- soft drink dispensers at above location. Dunno why
I have them here; maybe someday this'll be a good historical artifact.
Heck, already DR. PEPPER has changed its logo, so there you are!
And we were all ready for something to drink by this point, too.
|...that our flag was still there! (04/10/2004) -- a giant Old Glory hangs dignified, completely oblivious to the emptiness below her.|
|OH, THE IRONY.....|
ghosts? Look all around you, there are many ghosts of Eastwood Mall
floating about. No matter which department you might be standing
in at Wal-Mart, it'll be on hallowed ground.
And that concludes our Ghost Tour. I'd like to thank you for enduring my trite commentary and bad jokes. You're a great tour group; no matter what I've heard to the contrary, y'all are rather swell.
Don't forget to experience the sheer horror and terror of ... the GIFT SHOP!
And please don't forget to tip.
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