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Old March 9, 2009, 09:33 PM
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Default TENTS at Walmart flying off the shelf.

By summer, we'll have over 100,000 people living in TENTS in the state capitals...maybe more than that.

Tents and all things camping are selling like hotcakes. But it appears to be people investing in their next HOME, not their next adventure.

Larry, I do read Ure, not keen on "economists", but I stay up on all the survivalist and nut jobs like myself out there.

Linda, imagine a tent city with half a million people in it. It ain't gonna be Woodstock revisted.

Hey, if you have a local campground, why not spend a few weekends getting away and shutting down the house for a few days? I like camping and it is a very low cost weekend getaway (and now, many camps have WiFi so you can stay connected too).

Pitch a tent this year for FUN and FAMILY togetherness time AND not because it beats the shelter or a card board box. Too bad many will find themselves refugees in their own land.

Gordon

PS. 667 people stood in line for a 15.37 an hour job as a janitor in a junior high school. This took place near Canton, OH where HOOVER and others have left town...now your HOOVER is made in China...that Sucks...but wait, there's no such thing as "outsourcing"...we've always done it. OK then.

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