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Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
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10-10-2018 10:23 PM

 



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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-10-2018 08:25 PM)
I remember their catalogues that came out every spring and fall.

I also and would immediately turn to the womens' underwear section for teenage "inspiration".
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10-10-2018 10:47 PM

 



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We had a "Sears Plus" in North Austin that closed last year. It was a HUGE store. I liked shopping there because it was always totally empty lol. Sears Corp became an ATM for rich corrupt businessmen. There is no reason a company like that, with all it's capital, resources, and inventory, shouldn't have thrived over the last 18 years. It became what the mobsters call, a "bust out". fukkin crooks!
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10-10-2018 10:49 PM

 



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Warm cashew nuts..Anon
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10-10-2018 11:07 PM

 



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-10-2018 10:47 PM)
We had a "Sears Plus" in North Austin that closed last year. It was a HUGE store. I liked shopping there because it was always totally empty lol. Sears Corp became an ATM for rich corrupt businessmen. There is no reason a company like that, with all it's capital, resources, and inventory, shouldn't have thrived over the last 18 years. It became what the mobsters call, a "bust out". fukkin crooks!

This!

Think about it......Sears had a network of stores, warehouses, and transport all over the US when Amazon was just a seller of used books.....Sears could have crushed all competitors if the they had vision....instead they were cocky and stuck to a outdated business model .....now the dinosaur is going extinct.....
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10-10-2018 11:14 PM

 



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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
Sears is a tired old brand. Then they bought another has been tired brand, KMart. Their stores were sparsely stocked, never updated. I ordered a part for one of their appliances and waited a 2 weeks. Amazon could have had it to me in 2 days.

Plus the super-store just ate their lunch. The Internet did them in. Too bad, they were the Internet of their time with their catalogue. Great marketers. How many bathrooms in America had a Sears and Roebuck catalogue in them during the 50s and 60s long after they were highly valued for more than toilet paper?

They were the first full color soft porn in the country advertising women's underwear. "Look maw, they done got a sale on half necked women."
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10-10-2018 11:28 PM

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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
Amazon will buy it for $00.01 on the dollar and then rebuild the brand

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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10-11-2018 01:26 AM

 



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Why doesn't anyone go to Sears anymore?
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10-11-2018 01:32 AM

 



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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
Crapsman tools  Wrote: (10-10-2018 11:07 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-10-2018 10:47 PM)
We had a "Sears Plus" in North Austin that closed last year. It was a HUGE store. I liked shopping there because it was always totally empty lol. Sears Corp became an ATM for rich corrupt businessmen. There is no reason a company like that, with all it's capital, resources, and inventory, shouldn't have thrived over the last 18 years. It became what the mobsters call, a "bust out". fukkin crooks!

This!

Think about it......Sears had a network of stores, warehouses, and transport all over the US when Amazon was just a seller of used books.....Sears could have crushed all competitors if the they had vision....instead they were cocky and stuck to a outdated business model .....now the dinosaur is going extinct.....

They were too ahead of there time. No one remembers but back when the internet came about in the early 90's they tried the Amazon thing selling their products online which you could order on the internet with credit card.

But back then the concept was too new. No one wanted to give out their credit card info online and didn't trust estores back then and plus not many people had excess to the internet. The idea went bust and they pulled out of the internet thing all together.
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10-11-2018 02:36 AM

 



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-11-2018 01:26 AM)
Why doesn't anyone go to Sears anymore?

Because they stopped selling all the good home products we always bought in the 70s.
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10-11-2018 03:03 AM

 



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They used to have "Sears Factory Outlet" stores here & there in New Jersey. Through the 1980's before they disappeared. Cheap Craftsman sockets, clothes, stuff.

But I was in Lowe's last week and saw a ton of Craftsman tool boxes. Something new. Maybe Lowe's bought out their toolbox inventory ?
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10-11-2018 05:05 AM

 



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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-11-2018 01:26 AM)
Why doesn't anyone go to Sears anymore?

my family used sears a lot, clothes tools and whatever we used pretty much.

awhile back used their online to buy a specific computer, admittedly at a great price half what it was going for.
they sent a machine less than half what was ordered in speed and hardware.

they went through after every phone call i made to them and made changes to the page of the item i had ordered and fortunately YHWH my Father had me save the page originally.
each time there was a change i saved the page and within a short enough time i asked the bank to help me with this and met with them to share what was happening.
the bank revoked the charges and took over negotiations and finally eventually got the money returned.

while i spoke to sears i even suggested they used a similar model to exchange for the one that had been sent, no.

to further round out why sears is dead, during this time i also went by the local store to speak with the manager there, the first woman i spoke to was thoughtful and considerate and sincerely willing to help, however when the store manager came by and i told him a bit of the matter he took the woman aside and by the time she came back it was clear the store manager was the same type of deceptive as those on the phone.

sears in the past was a good store and worked with decent people.
the online side these days has become a third party seller which thieves are using to steal from others.

fair warning.
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10-11-2018 06:32 AM

 



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I was reading about this a while ago and decided to do a little digging.

Check out how hudsons bay company is doing chuckle

Its madness!
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-10-2018 08:13 PM)
Sears Craftman tools (made in America) were the best of the best.

They replaced that with Chinese junk that fell apart quickly. That, and the Hedge Fund crap, ruined them.

RIP

You're talking out of your ass. Craftsman has sucked hard dick for 20 years, like most neo-American garbage. John Deere, Cadillac. Coming from someone who actually used tools in my life.

Craftsman couldn't even make a ratchet that would hold up, so what did they do? Made the handle square with sharp edges, too uncomfortable to use without a glove so you can't use it hard enough to break it (without your knuckles being padded first when it gives out). Products designed around lawsuits and dodging warranty claims more than any usefulness or quality. Like the Simmons mattress with 'no sag' warranty. They put a big loose bubble a top a stiff inward folding spring loaded perimeter that makes it unusably shoulder-foldingly saggy with minimal weight, yet it puffs up with no weight so you can't measure any sag to claim your warranty. It literally puffs upward where your ass goes when you get up. After being bottomed out all night..

Quality is a thing of the past. You cant even find a pillow manufacturer who frickin knows what a frickin human head is. Or a t shirt that doesn't have the arms in a permanent "spreading ass cheeks" position.
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10-11-2018 10:27 AM

 



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Some of us knew their end was near when they started showing women's underwear in catalogs. Boys soon began seeing pictures of panties and stockings and legs. Drove most of them to masturbation. Sears always came off as good guys but they were pornographers who corrupted the innocence of a generation.
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10-11-2018 01:04 PM

 



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RE: Sears said to hire advisers as it prepares to file for bankruptcy
ABCDEF_Jesus  Wrote: (10-11-2018 09:40 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-10-2018 08:13 PM)
Sears Craftman tools (made in America) were the best of the best.

They replaced that with Chinese junk that fell apart quickly. That, and the Hedge Fund crap, ruined them.

RIP

You're talking out of your ass. Craftsman has sucked hard d*ck for 20 years, like most neo-American garbage. John Deere, Cadillac. Coming from someone who actually used tools in my life.

Craftsman couldn't even make a ratchet that would hold up, so what did they do? Made the handle square with sharp edges, too uncomfortable to use without a glove so you can't use it hard enough to break it (without your knuckles being padded first when it gives out). Products designed around lawsuits and dodging warranty claims more than any usefulness or quality. Like the Simmons mattress with 'no sag' warranty. They put a big loose bubble a top a stiff inward folding spring loaded perimeter that makes it unusably shoulder-foldingly saggy with minimal weight, yet it puffs up with no weight so you can't measure any sag to claim your warranty. It literally puffs upward where your ass goes when you get up. After being bottomed out all night..

Quality is a thing of the past. You cant even find a pillow manufacturer who frickin knows what a frickin human head is. Or a t shirt that doesn't have the arms in a permanent "spreading ass cheeks" position.

Read up, dumbass…


"Sears has never manufactured Craftsman products itself, instead relying on other manufacturers to make the products for them following Sears designs and specifications, and then applying the Craftsman brand name."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craftsman_(tools)


Over the last 20 years virtually all of those manufacturers have outsourced their tools overseas. Corrupt Sears has pretended they were still being made in America all that time. Now they're bankrupt. Bunch of crooks, period.
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