Pretty much all malls are like that. Be happy you're not working smack in the middle of that during the busiest seasons.
Oh, I was working it.
and there is really nothing in our mall so i often wonder why people even bother going there. it's quite possibly the saddest mall in california
You know what confuses me about the Stroud Mall? We've lost like seven stores in the past few months. We don't have anything left to offer. We now don't even have a customer service place. On the weekends, it gets busy, but not nearly as busy as it used to. But still, there is NO FREAKEN PARKING! Is there some sort of weird law of physics at work? Does each person somehow manage to drive sixteen cars? Are there twenty thousand people in our whopping seven screen (counting the two in the crappy Penny's wing) theater? Do you know that theater hasn't been updated since you left? How can there be no parking, when there is no business???
Malls exist outside the realm of any known laws. They attract people even if there aren't any stores. Has nobody seen the original "Dawn of the Dead"?
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