msbhvn wrote:I blame the Tories sticking the financial knife into everyone (except their millionaire friends, of course) for all this.
I was also suprised that Blockbuster were still going as I haven't set foot in one since the one in my village shut down about ten years ago. Having to pay bus fare to get to the next nearest, plus the overpriced rental fee and then bus fare again to return it, meant it was cheaper to buy films from Amazon than to rent from Blockbuster.
You cannot blame the government for everything ok my brother works in government departments and he has worked for both labour and the tories when i asked him how is that possible his reply was "the people running the country dont change only those in charge" and as for the economic fudge up basically the banks lose everything then say to everyone else "you know what screw you we want money"
so back up your arguement with VALID reasons and dont jump on the bandwagon everyone else seems to be on and just remember
Johnbhoy69 wrote:Ive been saying this to my friend for while but the High street is going the way of the dinosaurs. In a few years no one will buy anything from actual shops anymore. People will continue to buy games, Movies, clothes, food etc, manage their money, Hell even communicate with people solely through the internet Look at most supermarkets with their self service Tills and online shopping delivered to your door, slowly phasing out the need for manned Tills and with the next generation of games consoles phasing out the pre-owned markets...Multiple job sectors are going to be completely extinct. In The town where I live with Game closed and HMV following suit, All we have now is Computer Entertainment Exchange with wont survive too long in the next generation console market.
This is the truth so deal with it