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Aug 30th 2010 12:08AM Opryland will always be missed. This is not about the park. This is about the hotel. I go here every Christmas. It is absolutely amazing. The fact they say they will be open by November is incredible. The fact that someone would trash talk about not coming back to TN since the park is sad. This city has grown so much since the park closed. Although every Tennessean I know misses the park, the hotel is a sight in itself. Think about the true spirit of Nashville. The honky tonks, the music, the community.
Aug 29th 2010 11:53PM I would love to take my mom around the country. She was able to travel as a young child but I have not had that luxury. I have seen a couple of great places like NYC, but I want to see so many more. I wish money was no object because I would be on the next plane headed anywhere. In the last couple of years, money has been an issue and I am tired of it being the reason I have not seen the world (or at least the rest of the US). I would love to travel all across the US including NYC (again), Kansas (to see family I have not seen in years) and CA to see my family I have not seen in even longer. I would love to experience the different elements. I am not sure where my life is headed and I think traveling would at least point me in the right direction. To experience with my mom, even better.
Apr 30th 2010 11:44AM I bought my mom concert tickets to our favorite band! We then drove all the way (14 hours) to go see them perform! It was such a wonderful mother/daughter experience
Aug 1st 2009 1:20PM At least he is honest and we know he does not like idiots! Maybe he knows she is only good for one thing, Lord knows it's not for her singing career!
Feb 11th 2009 1:50PM Go other places! I enjoyed this!
Jan 21st 2009 2:18PM You need to realize it is not the retailer. It is the liquidation company. People are buying, maybe it's not you. I worked in retail that went out of business. People bought at 10 and 20% off because they knew the product would no longer be made and they wanted to make sure they had it. Don't be mad at the retailers when you have no idea how the whole process works. Until you go through a liquidation, don't whine at prices or how the economy is. Not all of it is the economy, it has been a ongoing thing for years sometimes that is not because you think people just aren't buying. Maybe it's decisions that people higher up have made. Just remember, it's not the company, it's the liquidation company and if you wait, you will get things really cheap, but don't be a bitter person until that happens because we don't feel like losing our jobs and dealing with people with a chip on their shoulder. :)
Jan 21st 2009 2:04PM As an employee who just lost my job due to a retail company going out of business, people really have no clue what goes on once a company starts liquidation. They are no longer the company they were, they are owned by the liquidation company. Service will be different, signs will be different, everything is different, and no matter what, the employees really have no choice. I once worked for a company that was known for customer service and loving customers. I came out of the job angry and bitter because people are so rude. Just like any job, don't be rude until you know what it's like and don't talk smack until you have been through it...and don't get mad at the employees when you think the signs are misleading, do you think we really want to be selling you things so cheap anyway with the attitude you are bringing in? Nope! Again, knock the liquidation companies, not the company itself. Research before you talk.
Nov 13th 2008 10:47PM Harold's is a great company to work for, and while they had a slump in style and quality, they were finally getting back to the classic Harold's.Times change and so does fashion, every company has it's ups and downs. It was a sad day to see this company going out of business and even though there were a few poor decisions made, I know a lot of customers who are losing a family and even more employees losing a wonderful job and a family themselves. People will remember Harold's as a family oriented place and I know many people will have great memories there.
Nov 10th 2008 12:36AM excuse me... Christian. I am sure you will all get on me accidentally not capitalizing that that too.
Nov 10th 2008 12:34AM have you even thought that Jesus looked more like Bin Laden than that guy in the video? Seriously...look at where he is from..pretty sure he is not a brown eyed blue eyed guy...let LOOSE people! Enjoy your beliefs and don't be so stiff! It's okay to be a christian and be open minded