Trouble in River City Wrote:
> You've been serially crushed at FFXU on one
> glaring occasion after another.
Keep dreaming. You're a confirmed liar many times over.
> It was his name and area profile that mattered,
> moron. Wasn't that clearly enough stated for you?
Outside a very few involved in business dealings with Kiddar, virtually nobody has heard of the firm. Simply put, it's not an anchor tenant.
> > Who said it was?
> Whatever liar first called it The Reserve at
> Tinner Hill and then changed the name to Lincoln
> at Tinner Hill. Tinner Hill itself is a site of
> cultural importance located in what had been South
> Falls Church until that area was unceremoniously
> booted out of town for having become predominantly
> black after the Civil War. It is at best racially
> insensitive to try and reclaim that long ago
> heritage at this late date.
Maybe you should look at a topography map. Considering it's not too far from your supposed cliffs of Falls Church, you should be able to find it fairly easily. Considering you called a hill a cliff, your ability to comprehend a topography map is severely questionable. If that proves too much for you, perhaps you can name the three roads that surround the Lincoln at Tinner Hill.
> Yeah, all that Fresh Market fanfare gone swirling
> right down the drain, right? Fresh Market
> meanwhile operates about 175 gourmet grocery
> stores in 24 states. Plainly, they read the tea
> leaves in Falls Church and decided that it would
> not add enough to what their existing stores in
> Rockville, Vienna, and Alexandria were doing. Who
> could blame them for that?
Plainly, you are too dense to read the tea leaves about Fresh Market's nationwide pull back on expansion plans.
"Greensboro-based The Fresh Market is hitting the brakes on its expansion.
In an email Thursday, the upscale grocery chain told the Observer that it will not be opening any new stores this year despite previously announced expansion plans."
"The Fresh Market Inc. plans to close 15 stores in nine states as the company proceeds with its turnaround plan. The Greensboro, N.C.-based specialty grocery chain said the locations are slated to shut down in two to four weeks. They include four stores in Illinois, two in Georgia, two in Virginia, two in Wisconsin and one each in Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Tennessee."
"The Fresh Market is closing five stores in the coming weeks while continuing its effort to reposition as a more mainstream grocer with the rollout of its new format to additional locations. Stores are closing in Livingston, N.J.; Woodbury, N.Y.; Ashburn, Va.; Altamonte Springs, Fla.; and Kildeer, Ill."
"The Fresh Market underwent a similar slowdown in 2016, delaying several projects while it retooled its store format shortly after the company was taken private by Apollo Capital Management."
And there's plenty more where these came from, shit for brains.
Once again, I have facts and you are left trudging through your bullshit. Funny how that happens all the time, fuck nut.
Yeah, this is me kicking the shit out of you again.
Your butthurt envy is on full display.