Toys R Us Closing All Stores: Blame Planned Parenthood and the Anti-baby Mentality!
The Washington Post (of all places!) correctly notes that the toy giant‚Äôs demise can be traced to the global birth dearth, and even admits that, due to our aging population crisis, we will be seeing more similar repercussions.
‚ÄúToys R Us‚Äôs baby problem is everybody‚Äôs baby problem.‚ÄĚ So declares the headline of a March 15 article by Andrew Van Dam in the Post regarding the toy giant‚Äôs announced plans to close up shop. The main reason for the company‚Äôs demise says Van Dam: not enough babies.
Friday, March 23, marks the first day of Toys R Us liquidation sales at many of the company‚Äôs stores nationwide, with the remainder of its 735 stores joining the close-out sales in the days ahead. Some financial analysts have attributed the company‚Äôs woes to ‚Äúthe death of brick-and-mortar syndrome,‚ÄĚ which is to say competition from Amazon and other online sources. Others see corporate mismanagement and bad...
Anti-antichrist wrote: The religion of Statism, capitalism, and civilizationism are the scourges of God's creation. Erected by the Christ-hating masses who profess Lord Lord with there lips but profess Satan Satan as their king in their hearts.
WOW! There's a mouth-full! I need to wash my brain out after that!
The religion of Statism, capitalism, and civilizationism are the scourges of God's creation. Erected by the Christ-hating masses who profess Lord Lord with there lips but profess Satan Satan as their king in their hearts.
Just a guy wrote: Videos game players are very good at three things.... 1. Rotting their brains 2. Working out their thumbs. 3. Loosing that useless skill of having an intelligent conversation. Oh.....and getting jobs at my lowgrade competition, ....IHOPūüĎé
Hey! Nothing says IHOP like thumbless rot-brained teenagers! Every door can be pushed and our burgers can be drank if need be.
Connor7 wrote: Hopefully you're referring to the "International House of Pancakes" because IHOP also stands for the "International House of Prayer" ūüôŹ
Where've you been you flat-nosed porcupine? International House of Possum is the next mega corporation! With 1 and a half stores across the country, it's only a matter o' time before McDonalds comes knocking to buy us out! And for those in the know...I would never settle for anything less than $50! Momma always told me to stick to mah guns, and that's got nothin' to do with the bar grease I use in mah hair neither!
Connor7 wrote: PNG, you make me suspicious because your comment matches word for word with what Backwoods Duck Farmer said. But I'll tell you what I told him, it helps you memorize things, and if I may add to my previous comment, it qualifies you to have a life-long job at McDonalds. ūüćüūüēĻ
Or IHOP...we are always looking for ADD candidates! If they can press buttons, they'll go far!
Dr. Tim wrote: In former times, play was a welcome and needed respite from hard work. Now play is a replacement for work.
Nothin's funner than poking a possum with a roman candle on the 4th of July! Shoot! the way them critters light up that way, all smilin' and happy...it kinda brings tears to mah eyes, jist thinkin' about it.
Just looking around on the Internet, there are a few reasons why Toys R Us collapsed. None of them mention Planned Parenthood. [URL=http://tinyurl.com/ya33jmm8]]]http://tinyurl.com/ya33jmm8 (Amazon isn‚Äôt the only reason Toys ‚ÄėR‚Äô Us filed for bankruptcy)[/URL]. Walmart for example may be more of a factor than Planned Parenthood.
You know what Connor, what you're saying really is starting to make sense. After all, when you have to shoot a laser gun and reach for your BBQ potato chips at the same time, that really helps develop multitasking!
Oh it's productive, playing those games all your childhood helps you to...uh...well...you know...it is like exercise for the fingers, and just think about it, you have to memorize a lot of things, you have to memorize the controller you have, let's face it, the PlayStation controller has gone through an evolution,
you just can't play Crash Bandicoot one the PlayStation 2 like you would on the PlayStation 4, it's impossible, you have to memorize where the buttons are, and what they do...I'm not sure how it helps with the real world, and just think about the inspiring stories in these games...well actually there are some really interesting story lines, and if you're a master expositor, you can preach a sermon on how Sly Cooper is a type of Martin Luther.
And perhaps more than anything other technological toy, video games have sucked the younger generation into a world that doesn't exist. Sitting in the basement pressing buttons and watching explosions doesn't keep civilization going.