How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

So today, as I walked into Crossgates (where I am as we speak), I saw a line of cars, piled up behind the traffic sign that read:
"Easy Exit".


In other news, I've done some shopping for Cate, and I arrived at this kiosk when there were two computers unused, in the middle of the Christmas Rush.

I went to hot topic looking for some shoes, only to find that... there weren't any. All out. ::sniffle:: None of the other stores even come close to having shoes that I like. So nyah.

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