No Longer Made in America, or no Longer Made.
Maxxseoul on 12/31/2009
|I remember getting some good deals on cameras, and other electronics at Circuit City.|
Now that company, and endless others are gone with the wind.
Retail marketing has become a desolate landscape of once mighty brands reduced to rubble.
As Bob Dylan would say "The times they are a changin".
There are endless items that remain popular in memory only.
People love nostalgia, because places, things, and people are all associated with some particular time in their life.
Drive In Movies almost died, but a few linger on.
A lot of things once made in America are in the hands of foreign companies, it's not personal, just business.
If an American brand of clothing can make a better profit by outsourcing their material, that's the bottom line.
A long time ago America was so far ahead, we thought the world would never catch up.
So here's a nostalgic quiz about things gone, but not forgotten.
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