Thursday, July 20, 2017

Who Remembers This


20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who cares? It's not a locally owned store/slop hole so no one on the Eastern Shore shopped there...

Anonymous said...

I do!!!

Anonymous said...

When they went out of business I bought a lot of their metal shelving for my store. I think I paid like $50 for a whole truckload.

Anonymous said...

Yes sir remember it well!!!

Anonymous said...

Fruitland then was just like it is now -- a place to avoid.

Anonymous said...

such uplifting positive comments!

Anonymous said...

The one in Dover had a buffet.

Anonymous said...

Is this the goodwill fka meatland?

Anonymous said...

Although I don't minds these "who remembers this or that" posts- I do HATE who everyone talks about how great Salisbury USED to be. Well, maybe it was and maybe it wasn't, but I really dont care what Salisbury was like back in 1972. I care what Salisbury is like now. Stop living in the past, people.

Anonymous said...

9:48, you enjoy living in crime ridden Salisbury. Some like the way it once was thriving. Don't read what you don't like. Past over this once you get the drift. Happy Days to you....

Anonymous said...

Nothing wrong with Salisbury now.....keep reading the trash from another blog.....the sky is falling, the sky is falling.....sooner or later you will believe the little idiot! They need to focus on the County Office and Alcoholic Bob playing accounting guru and fire redistricting champion....IF they focused on those two things he wouldn't have time to worry about the City....I'm sure both Alcoholic Bob and A$$BURROW are depressed that their watering hole was vandalized by some of its after dark customers....ha ha ha Sleep with the dogs you are bond to get fleas!!!!

Anonymous said...

What was so great about "the good old days"? Things were racially charged as I recall.1967 was awful.

Anonymous said...

They sold everything. I remember they had a sporting goods department. Back then you could buy an AR 15 for $160. A lot of money at the time. They closed sometime in the mid to late 70s I think.

Anonymous said...

I moved to Salisbury in 1977 and they were still here along with Ames just down the road.

Anonymous said...

5:59--
It closed sometime after 1987, as there are things in my house (bathroom sink, for one) that came from there.

Anonymous said...

I bought a vcr from there in 1989 still have it and it works.

Anonymous said...

5:59 you have a 30 year old zinc? you probably got shag carpet too

Anonymous said...

This is the current KMart?

Anonymous said...

9:48am How rude. Why you think people bring up about African Americans were slaves, so it is not repeated. U be something else. I thinks about the future for America. Learn from past so it is not repeated, moron.

Anonymous said...

To answer the question. I remember it!