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Gina Jermann McLoughlin June 26, 2014 at 10:00 PM
Merchandise arrives daily. Stop in THE LONG ISLAND EXCHANGE ANTIQUES. We are located within theRead Morestor e.
Bob West May 15, 2014 at 11:12 AM
More "comments" are disappearing from Patch, so I just wanted to bump up this post aRead Morelittl e. A lot of posts are disappearing today, seems especially true of the "reply" feature. Some of the disappearing posts are totally apolitical, so it's not just "censorship." It's probably more their 14-year old Tech staff in Bangalore. (Sorry for the exaggeration.)
Bob West May 15, 2014 at 11:13 AM
More "comments" are disappearing from Patch, so I just wanted to bump up this post aRead Morelittl e. A lot of posts are disappearing today, seems especially true of the "reply" feature. Some of the disappearing posts are totally apolitical, so it's not just "censorship." It's probably more their 14-year old Tech staff in Bangalore. (Sorry for the presumptuous exaggeration.)
knee jerk May 03, 2014 at 12:21 PM
Bob: You think shopping at a small store to get advise from an employee on how to install/fixRead Moresometh ing in your home/car without the right tools/experience is "a guiltless pleasure"? That's a dangerous/slippery slope you travel when you walk into that store for tools/parts/advise.
Bob West May 03, 2014 at 10:17 PM
@ knee j - This topic is about one exceptional store, not "small stores." Did you everRead Morevis it O'Rourke's? They went by good old-fashioned business practice - not to just make a sale, but to make a customer for life. After 25+ years of going there, I never felt close to any slippery slope.
Eddie May 06, 2014 at 09:37 AM
Long Beach without a hardware store. Change isn't always for the better. Frank was taxed out ofRead Moreex istence. The viscous cycle of the declining commercial tax base just puts more burden on the residential properties. A proactive government would examine some alternatives before suburbia is taxes into extinction. Wouldn't it be great if Long Beach could lead this innovation to be known for something better than bars, corruption and nepotism?
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