Wordless Wednesday: Borders Books

August 17, 2011

The first three photos of this post are from Borders Books at Rockaway Mall in New Jersey, and the last two are from Lycoming Mall in Pennsylvania.






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11 comments:

  1. Sad. Such a sad thing.
     
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  2. I don't think that I can go into a bookstore without buying anything, no matter how broke I am. I even went back to Rockaway today and bought more!

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  3. I'll miss Borders. I mostly miss the one in Wayne, NJ, which closed a couple of years ago. That was a great store.

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  4. This makes me so sad, especially being from Michigan and spending time in the original Borders in Ann Arbor while I was in grad school.  I can't believe it.  Visiting from SITS, and now I'm off to check out your review of the Happiness Project since I read that this summer.  I'm curious to see what you think of it!

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  5. I am so sad about it. I keep driving by ours and feeling so sad. : (

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  6. I've never been to the original Borders. Must have been great. :(

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  7. I'm definitely going to miss borders - there is something so comforting about a giant bookstore.

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  8. Yes, I'll miss it too. I'm glad Barnes & Noble is still around.

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  9. It is so sad. :( Now we have to pay for over priced books.

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