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Logos associated with failure.

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26 minutes ago, NYUNDERDOGS said:

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How the hell has nobody posted this yet?

Because ALL of their logos are associated with failure.

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On 2/10/2018 at 9:55 AM, ChicagoOakland said:

Because ALL of their logos are associated with failure.

 

They're basically Bing. 

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And due to their football and basketball postseason futility, NCAA investigations on USC and Arizona, and the UCLA incident in China since 2017-2018 academic year:

 

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25 minutes ago, TrueYankee26 said:

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They lasted over 70 years and have been one of the most recognizable retailers on the planet. I wouldn't call that an association with failure.

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Sonic 2006:

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Announced they're going out of business, taking so many beloved department store brands they bought (Carson's, Boston Store, Bergner's, Herberger's, Younkers and Elder-Beerman) down with them.

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Yeah, that was a sad day when they announced that they were. Boston Store has been a downtown staple since before I was born. It's also going to be a very heavy blow to The Shops of Grand Avenue, which is pretty much a glorified food court with a TJ Maxx at the toher end from Boston Store. 

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On 4/26/2013 at 8:35 PM, Graham_Clayton said:

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There's your winner. Lost $250 million dollars, and that's 1950s dollars. Today's equivalent would be over $200 Billion dollars. A financial failure, and a failure in every other respect.

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7 hours ago, Broken Record said:

There's your winner. Lost $250 million dollars, and that's 1950s dollars. Today's equivalent would be over $200 Billion dollars. A financial failure, and a failure in every other respect.

 

Well, it's more like two billion dollars. But still a colossal failure nonetheless.  

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2 hours ago, DEAD! said:

 

Well, it's more like two billion dollars. But still a colossal failure nonetheless.  

 

Correct. I got carried away with my zeros.

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