March 29, 2010 | , , | Posted by Prange Way is banning hand cream, or carry-on luggage, or Muslim students going to prevent that? What we will need if something like those things happens is a robust disaster preparedness plan, not a vat of shampoo that couldn't be carried onto a plane.

July 17, 2006 | | Posted by Caldor

I do remember the two pizza places were fronts for cocaine distribution.

The picture between 12 and 13 doesn’t work.

'Islam is a religion of hate which propagates a doctrine of hating and destroying non-Muslims. It has made war on non-Muslims most of its history until it was too feeble to do so in the 1600s. It's will to make war in service of religious imperialism has been revived by petrodollars, courtesy of the very infidels it hates and seeks to enslave or destroy.'

@Daniel, It was Springfield Mall. I was there.

Springfield Mall also had a massive, double-suite Fun Time game arcade that would pack out to the rafters evenings and weekends. It was literally on both sides of the corridor. It was huge!

Here are the photos I recently found, which I took on November 17, 2001:

Dayglo! you & i are on the same page.

By not being afraid, by not raising a huge, tendentious alarum, would we have left ourselves dangerously and foolishly vulnerable to the next 23 terrorists, who have not been arrested yet? Or would we have been precisely as safe, blissfully but appropriately ignorant of yet another vanishingly low-probability threat?

I'd like everyone to take a deep breath and listen for a minute.

Bruce concluded that in that case, the terrorists would have truly failed. But there's a completely different, equally important conclusion: imagine that all those fear-elevating things had (somehow) not happened, and ask yourself: *Would we have been any less safe*?

And we're doing exactly what the terrorists want.

"Imagine for a moment that the British government arrested the 23 suspects without fanfare... that [nobody] engaged in pointless airline-security measures like banning liquids... and that the press didn't write about it endlessly."

@Kirb, I agree and Lerner’s was my favorite store and I worked there it was fun

It’s ghetto and it has been for years.

Vornado Realty Trust bought the mall for $36 million in 2006, with plans to re-imagine the area into a village of high-rise apartments, office towers and parks similar to Crystal City in nearby Arlington.

@JT, what if they called it the Graveyard Mall? It would technically have to be a “dead” mall, lol.

Holy crap! Hong Kong!!! Thats what it was called!!! Loved that store.

Tell about a small business that you will start in the near future.
1) why are you starting this?
2)what do you need?
3) where will you start this?
4) what do you think will be the benefits?

You could maybe do a mills-type mall here though, but the site is probably too small.

We forgot about laurel mall another mall on the downslide.

Those we should fear most are those who control the US armed forces and their clandestine counterparts, the most powerful and dangerous terrorists in the world.