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Suburban Diary

A shopper discovers life does exist outside the mall

By Julie Nardone
March 28, 2004

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One in a series of occasional articles about how we live our lives. The Sunday before my income took a nose dive, I was standing in line at a discount mart, juggling a foot massager and a bouquet of plastic daffodils, when a woman unloading a shopping cart overflowing with bric-a-brac turned to her companion and said, "I don't know ... (Full Article: 997 Words)

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