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    Default Bye bye sears & rubbish

    Well folks The Fat Lady is getting ready to sing........Don't get suckered into buying those lousy insurance contracts they beg you to buy after a purchase!
    Read this http://www.businessinsider.com/sears...clining-2016-5

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    Phoenix, SHLD up 7% today. They still are fooling some. I wouldn't want to be holding this bag of sh#* when it hits the fan.

    -------------------billy

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    Billy, you probably have already seen this, but it is an interesting analysis of who might gain from Sears' demise.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/comp...cid=spartanntp

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    River, Thanks, I hadn't seen that article. Sears has deteriorated so far I don't know that it will make that much difference if Best Buy/Lowes/Home Depot get all the remaining Sears appliances. It won't hurt them though. Bought our last wash machine at Lowes based on consumer reviews and price. Funny they didn't have one on display, but had it back in the warehouse. A top loader, no agitator, 10 year warranty. I can't find a name on it. I think it's an LG. Works great, very quiet.

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    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/09/sear...like-hell.html

    Eddie must be fighting himself since a sears associate is nowhere to be found.

    ----------------billy

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    Sears shares soared 16%
    on Wednesday after the company announced a tire service partnership with Amazon (AMZN). "Let me be the first one to acknowledge we are on the right path but we haven't gotten over the hump. We need to convert our vision into reality," CEO Eddie Lampert declared. Under the deal, Sears (NASDAQ:SHLD) will install tires sold by Amazon at its U.S. auto centers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    River, Thanks, I hadn't seen that article. Sears has deteriorated so far I don't know that it will make that much difference if Best Buy/Lowes/Home Depot get all the remaining Sears appliances. It won't hurt them though. Bought our last wash machine at Lowes based on consumer reviews and price. Funny they didn't have one on display, but had it back in the warehouse. A top loader, no agitator, 10 year warranty. I can't find a name on it. I think it's an LG. Works great, very quiet.

    ------------------billy
    My LG is 14 years old. It can play the national anthems of 32 countries depending upon the sequence of buttons you push.
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    My LG is 14 years old. It can play the national anthems of 32 countries depending upon the sequence of buttons you push.
    I'll have to play with the buttons on mine. It doesn't seem to have much of a play list.

    -----------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    I'll have to play with the buttons on mine. It doesn't seem to have much of a play list.

    -----------------billy
    I meant to write 3 not 32!

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    Does anyone know when Sears became unshortable?

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