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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

This really was a clearance sale

There is not much left – except for fluorescent lights and a dingy floor –  following the Nov. 1 auction of all the merchandise and equipment that remained at the Echo Park Save A Lot store, which closed in March.



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  1. blah blah blah Trader Joe’s blah blah blah Fresh & Easy blah blah blah the neighborhood is changing blah organic blah.

  2. B.E. forgot to blah blah blah about those of us who still mourn the loss of Pioneer Market. I’m wondering if those tiles are leftovers from it.

  3. I’m with Mister Will Campbell here on this one.
    I miss Pioneer Market and blah blah blah blah.
    true story.

  4. Yeah I miss Pioneer, work there as a kid.

  5. Lets turn it into a roller dome!

  6. Lets turn into strip club.

  7. a big man part deux

    strip club would be the best.

  8. the big men here might be overcompensating for something. ahem.
    and i also think that mrJose here was accusing them of child labor exploitaition.

    i just miss the store.
    why cant we be friends.
    i have candy.

  9. I know for a fact that Bob has candy and that its mighty delicious…Ive tried it myself.

    As for the store,I never had a chance to shop there but it would be nice to have something yummy and useful around…like candy!

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