October 26, 2008


Linens-N-Things is going out of business.

That's a good sky, eh?

Rats.  This was one of my ‘haunts’ on Lincoln trips.  I walked through and looked at the linens and the things, but I didn’t need anythings. I’m in the market for a blender, but I’m enjoying the search more than I’ll enjoy actually buying one.  The prices weren’t stellar, but I’m sure there will be better deals as it gets closer to the end.  Sounds kind of morbid, huh?

In other news, it was CRAY-Z windy around here today.  We lost some more soffit (again) from the back roof, and it’s gone for good.  Looks like we’ll have to hire somebody to fix it, rather than risk Lloyd’s life again.

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10 Responses to “Huh.”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Going out of business sales always drive me crazy because I never see anything I need. Why doesn’t this happen when I need something?


    • Deanne Said on:

      Simple. Going out of business sales happen because the store is stocking very little of what people need and too much of what they don’t need.


  2. Peggy Said on:

    Maybe the government should bail them out…I mean what will people do without their Linens … n things …. the American people need their things!


  3. Deborah Said on:

    I just realized ALL Linens and Things are going out of business. I’ll have to check that out. You know we Gebhardts are crazy bargain shoppers. Last Saturday Charles go a pair of hiking boots, a pair of golf shoes, 2 camp chair, 2 fleece throws, a package of socks, and various other little things for $48. And this was not a garage sale, it was at an actual store. Be amazed!


  4. Deborah Said on:

    So, do you read my late-in-the-day comments?


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