What Happened to America's Electronics Stores?

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  1. teejaynumber13

    teejaynumber13Tunti sitten

    I worked as mall security for a brief time. The reason they dont allow photos is basically to keep potential criminals from "casing" the joint. Location of merchandise they want to steal, store layout, best escape routes, security camera placement, etc.

  2. DEZERVED-420

    DEZERVED-420Tunti sitten

    They sucked.

  3. Chris Elzinga

    Chris Elzinga2 tuntia sitten

    I miss the old Radio Shack catalogs. Would brouse them for hours. I even worked there while in college in the late 80s. In Canada we still have "The Source" which used to be RS. But it's not the same.

  4. DIY Projects With Chuxxsss

    DIY Projects With Chuxxsss3 tuntia sitten

    Our electronic stores in Australia have drop down to one main electronic components store.

  5. chris s

    chris s3 tuntia sitten

    We have a Best Buy here in Grove City Ohio. Giant box store for electronics. Where I go to compare products to the online prices. About 45% of the time the prices are the same to even cheaper. We also have Staples. In the 80" there was a store called Spencer's. They had mostly gage gifts. But there was a selection of electronics. We also had what was called Sun TV. Which carried all kinds of electronic devices and appliances. If you want pictures like of AT&T Stores. why not contact AT&T. They must have an Archive of photo's. Tell them you are doing a then and now story. I heard Toys R Us is making a come back. I think the one in New York City reopened. I heard that somewhere.

  6. Michael Nolan

    Michael Nolan10 tuntia sitten

    The place I go to is called Micro Center on Highway 75.

  7. John Barbuto

    John Barbuto14 tuntia sitten

    I really appreciate this look back. I grew up in this era. In fact, when I was a child my next door neighbor was the first person to have a television in our neighborhood (a big box with a small, round, black and white, screen). I remember going to the store to buy vacuum tubes for a radio, or even our earliest TV. I remember my dad bought me a portable radio with three (3!) transistors, made by an unknown, not American, company (Sony). It's not as if I wish to live in that era again. I love the net and relish the new developments in AI. But, this is the kind of video which makes me think about "the journey" - the path that life takes, the path we take in our individual lives. Young people today will - in their time - look back to wonder what happened to books, libraries, brick and mortar universities, and even doctors who diagnose you (this having been taken over by "always up to date" AI). Yet, through all of this change is us - largely unchanged during the last many thousands of years. Only a few decades ago most of what we made was mechanical and we could (if we wanted) understand it. Now, most of what we make is only really understood by those who make it. We relish our new toys. Yet, it won't be long until we are outsmarted by our toys. Then things will really get interesting.

  8. Terry Sutherland

    Terry Sutherland15 tuntia sitten

    So, your video just popped up on my feed. Coincidentally, I wrote this yesterday. I'm still working on the title. Linkedin's Electronicsburg Address Four stores, and over seventy years ago, our retail fathers brought forth on this continent, a nerd nation, conceived in puberty, and dedicated to the supposition that all nerds are motivated equal. Now we are engaged in a great retail war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. Gone are Radio Shacks, Circuit Cities, Comp USA and Fry's. Now are we consigned to commemorate those days in electronics departments of other stores, and a few remaining Best Buys. It is altogether fitting that we should do this, to memorialize our great centers of electronics. But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate,- we cannot consecrate , we cannot hallow -- that ground. The brave nerds, living and dead, who shopped there, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they bought there. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unending work which they who bought there have thus far so nerdly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us, that from these honored stores we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion, that we here highly resolve that these stores shall not have died in vain, that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom -- and that electronics of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

  9. Quixote

    Quixote19 tuntia sitten

    I remember BEST

  10. SilverSlayer23

    SilverSlayer2322 tuntia sitten

    Pepsi Bottle Radio.... Wow, the 80s was such an interesting time.

  11. Joseph X

    Joseph XPäivä sitten

    This is almost depressing. I dearly miss the 80's and 90's. =(

  12. american

    americanPäivä sitten

    Thumbs up for a walk down memory lane. I used to walk the mall for a couple of hours every couple of weeks or so just looking. Sharper image was one of the newest stores you mentioned and they had very odd-neat stuff.


    ALRIGHTY THENPäivä sitten

    Even if that experience hadn't gone away, it wouldn't be the same because you're not a kid anymore. We grow used to things and they lose their luster and mystique.

  14. JTheTsunami

    JTheTsunamiPäivä sitten

    I miss places like Incredible Universe

  15. Ethan Cowdell

    Ethan CowdellPäivä sitten

    Also, my local hobby shop went out of business, that was depressing, but I found the slot car track that they had that I used to race on all the time as a kid in a slot car shop downtown I took my date to on prom.

  16. Ethan Cowdell

    Ethan CowdellPäivä sitten

    My local mall is still thriving somehow. Just underwent a huge remodel.

  17. Ethan Cowdell

    Ethan CowdellPäivä sitten

    We had a radioshack in a strip mall near my house growing up. It was sick, you could go stare at electronics, see a 5$ movie at the movie theater next door, then circle to the back and go to the nicklecade. The movie theater and nicklecade are still there, but the radioshack has been replaced by a series of gyms that keep going out of business because no one goes to that strip mall anymore.

  18. John H

    John HPäivä sitten

    i only stopped going to my local Fry's (Burbank and Woodland Hills) when they stopped stocking new components (Computer and electrical) ... I'd much rather purchase in-person to have it "NOW" and to be able to exchange ... I'm a engineer by trade so I'm def in the minority of "hard core tech customer" but like others have stated .... when fry's stocked new product .. the parking lot and stores were always packed! It was def a combination of thing including "blunders" inside their corporate structure

  19. kaeptnkrunch

    kaeptnkrunchPäivä sitten

    In germany we had not as much as stores than the US. But still we have Conrad, the last electronic store i know here in germany. They sell a lot like computers, electronic components, RC cars etc. But they reduced the stores in germany and started a very good online shop and this seems to work.

  20. Ralph Brown

    Ralph BrownPäivä sitten

    There's still a Ritz Camera in Houston....

  21. Kevin Anderson

    Kevin AndersonPäivä sitten

    Hey, we have a digital answering machine. It was cheaper than voicemail at the time. (My wife still likes a land line)

  22. John Massaglia

    John MassagliaPäivä sitten

    The Robie Junior is a rebadged Omnibot Junior by Tomy.

  23. anthony ev

    anthony evPäivä sitten

    You coudlnt take videos or pictures because of trade secrets. Secret ways they put stuff on shelves and making sure competing products didnt know where the where on the shelves and stuff like that.

  24. CanonFirefly

    CanonFireflyPäivä sitten

    You can get that experience, kind of, in places like Shenzhen, if we can ever travel again!

  25. 1001Hobbies

    1001HobbiesPäivä sitten

    I have stopped shopping at my local Best Buy because they never seem to have what I need, today. I go to the store to buy something because most of the time I don't have 7 to 10 days to wait for it to be shipped to my home. The store is 6 minutes from my house. The problem is, they would not carry what I need, which is stuff they used to always have. One time the clerk told me "You can just go online and order it." I told him I was in their store NOW, I need to use it tomorrow. That was why I was at the store to pick it up. Then Best Buy went to where you had to have an appointment to go in, during covid. I found that out as I was walking into the store and a clerk asked me where I was going. Then he told me I had to have an appointment, even though they were permitting people into the store. I have not been back since, and won't be. They are forcing me to buy from other companies online. It is terribly inconvenient when you are making movies.

  26. pat justpat

    pat justpatPäivä sitten

    That poor fish! You killed a fish just to stick through a Blockbuster Video slot. Unsubscribed. And now we're going to sue you.

  27. AckzaTV

    AckzaTVPäivä sitten

    electronics stores were just alien reverse engineered technology distribution center. Now we are al addicted so they dont have to have stores

  28. Peaceful Raj

    Peaceful RajPäivä sitten


  29. Chris Wilkerson

    Chris Wilkerson2 päivää sitten

    It's not the same, but when/if VR becomes more prevalent they could make an app that mimics the classic big box store experience. Imagine a vr record store that literally had every album, where you could pick it up and check out the art.

  30. Rex Bentley

    Rex Bentley2 päivää sitten

    Seems to me all these businesses are isolating themselves from their customers and just collecting cash. Not just electronic stores. Not very often you can speak with a salesman that actually knows the product he's selling. "Convenience" has a pretty stiff price tag and not just in terms of money.

  31. Josh B

    Josh B2 päivää sitten

    Here's the thing, we lived just fine without smart phones and the internet. Back then, family and friends were a much bigger deal than they are today. I would be happy to go back to the 80's or 90's, tech wise. Oh I was born in 1981.

  32. Ray L

    Ray L2 päivää sitten

    I have a funny story about service merchandise. In 2008 I was doing a plumbing repair at a house. The resident told me he was between jobs and was desperate to get back to work. I asked him where his last job was... he said Service Merchandise! I asked him "haven't they been closed for a decade?".... he responded with "yea... it's been a little while"

  33. Souless Deeds

    Souless Deeds2 päivää sitten

    My local town still has a radio shack. Every time I drive by I always look to make sure its still there. I occasionally still use it when I am looking a hard to find electronics item. The stores owner is always super helpful. But then I would be too I guess if my store could close at anytime. But they are an icon of our area for being there for decades.

  34. Nick Blackburn

    Nick Blackburn2 päivää sitten

    Who uses vcrs anymore... I do Who uses cassette players anymore... I do Who uses a cb radio anymore.. Thousands of people who drive trucks etc Who uses a car radio cassette player.. I do. I agree with your sentiments on this video and it's so sad what has happened to all these magical places. Its the same here in the UK.

  35. Calski19

    Calski192 päivää sitten

    Did he just say GME really doesn't have a bright future? lol.

  36. modcolocko

    modcolocko2 päivää sitten

    8:15 They actually seem to doing some very smart moves, like switching to a model that allows them to compete with online by making shipping quicker and cheaper by having every store be a warehouse.

  37. modcolocko

    modcolocko2 päivää sitten

    Microcenter has succeded because they didn't try and be a big company, they tried to bring a good service with a selection on some high demand devices but sprinkled in some enthusiast devices. This allowed microcenter to bring a great service, make money, and target more niche markets.

  38. K K

    K K2 päivää sitten

    The meta thing about the obsolescence in those catalogs is the catalog itself

  39. Takcci

    Takcci2 päivää sitten

    Maybe you should check out a microcenter

  40. naviamiga

    naviamiga2 päivää sitten

    That thing with the fish is just so....weird, why would you do that and why would you be proud to show it now?

  41. MCCrafterTV

    MCCrafterTV2 päivää sitten

    I do still go to the electronic store from time to time. Because I still want to look and feel the items in person before buying.

  42. Rusty Gears

    Rusty Gears2 päivää sitten

    There’s still Best Buy. And then there is Best Buy and Best Buy. Also there’s Best Buy.


    JESUS IS CALLING YOU3 päivää sitten

    Wow, Electronics Boutique. I remember encountering my first one when I joined the U.S. Army. Man, this took me back to those feelings of overwhelming wonder and amazement. By the way, since I read some selfish comments, nostalgia is the name of an experience, not the description of it. Not everyone feels nostalgia the same. Thinking otherwise or minimizing the nostalgia of others is so egocentric and gate-keeperish. Let people be humans and enjoy their memories.

  44. DestructiveBurn

    DestructiveBurn3 päivää sitten

    The only real ones now are the malls in China with stacks of everything.

  45. ikonix360

    ikonix3603 päivää sitten

    From what I understand Sears had the opportunity to put their catalog online and would have been first to do so, but they didn't do it.

  46. ikonix360

    ikonix3603 päivää sitten

    At one time Radio Shack had a lot of more common things only they had features no one else's similar device had.

  47. Mario Reviews

    Mario Reviews3 päivää sitten

    I really miss those stores now. My favorite stores now are Home Depot, Lowe's, and Target now. I'm focused on construction and new upgrades to my house

  48. Christopher Nunyas

    Christopher Nunyas3 päivää sitten

    Good ol' Radio Shack. Free battery of the month club. Still have that card somewhere!

  49. Scott Strang

    Scott Strang3 päivää sitten

    I wish I had taken pictures inside Fry's when I went in those stores. Now there are nor more. One time my wife and I were at the Columbus Circle Time Warner center mall I was taking pictures of the store fronts. A security guard asked politely not to take pictures of the store fronts. Everything else was fair game.

  50. JPD White

    JPD White3 päivää sitten

    very nicely presented. thank you for the mental journey

  51. Joe Smith

    Joe Smith3 päivää sitten

    It’s sad. BEST had the best selection of Casio watches and their Christmas catalogs along with Service Merchandise were awesome! As kids we would get lost in the electronic stores. Fun times.

  52. american

    americanPäivä sitten

    I so miss their watches - could never find a match again. I bought my wedding ring there too!

  53. Putin Kills

    Putin Kills4 päivää sitten

    Boomers lost their stores lol

  54. dog bone

    dog bone4 päivää sitten

    They haven't made the product you want, pay for it now and they will order it themselves and ship it to you. Pay the shipping fee at the same time you pay for the order, you should receive it within four to six weeks.

  55. dog bone

    dog bone4 päivää sitten

    The stores are gone because they kept continuing to not carry products. There's no other way to buy them. The store manager caused the problem. Then add to that the price of the products is a factor. I would much rather buy from a store than order online, but we're forced to.

  56. kabalu

    kabalu4 päivää sitten

    what happend to the dremel?

  57. Trip Waller

    Trip Waller4 päivää sitten

    IIRC there was also an authorized Apple computer reseller on little road. The independent Apple shops were pretty cool back in the day.

  58. Mario Montalvo

    Mario Montalvo4 päivää sitten

    Back in the day, I'd hit up the Parks Mall and Fry's on Matlock every other Friday on payday. Then maybe stop into Freebird's in the Highlands for a burrito. Also, I loved hitting up the Cinemark in the Six Flags Mall for discounted movies. Arlington's was where it was at. 😂

  59. Syncopator

    Syncopator4 päivää sitten

    Prior to when these enclosed "malls" came about in the late 1960s or early 1970s, there were collections of stores that were built next to each other, but they were not completely enclosed. One theory as to why they moved to enclosed malls is that it made it impossible for picketers to gather in front of the store, because the entries to the individual stores were inside the malls which were all private property. I recall picketers having to stand out by the entry to the entire mall parking lot, the nearest point where there was public property-- but from there you'd have no idea *which* store they were picketing unless you stopped long enough to talk to them when you drove up to the mall to park, and no one ever bothered to stop and talk at that point. I don't know how accurate that theory is, but the options for picketing did in fact change once the malls came about. And of course, that problem is even worse now, try picketing Amazon for example...

  60. JC_

    JC_4 päivää sitten

    I'm sure the reason why photographs and video weren't allowed was because there was a lot of research money spent on how the store was set up. What items were in the front/back and prominently on display. In addition to that, they did not want thieves to come in and "case" the place by video recording the employee habits or how the store generally was covered. Much the same reason why banks don't allow you to film inside their buildings. I know it's overkill, but imagine if you had a business and you see a stranger filming your entire store. You don't know what what their plans are, no matter what they tell you. More businesses decided to be cautious.

  61. Kurafortak

    Kurafortak4 päivää sitten

    Nice walk down memory lane. Thank you !

  62. Tom Jones

    Tom Jones4 päivää sitten

    A great post along with some nostalgia, we’re all living The demise Of the electronics stores simply due to the birth of the smart phone. When you flipped through the RadioShack catalog and said well we don’t need this and we don’t need that because we have all in our hand really put it into perspective.

  63. KenTeel

    KenTeel5 päivää sitten

    No an electronics store is one that sells discrete components like individual transistors, resistors, capacitors, inductors, solder, etc. What you're mainly talking about are appliance stores.

  64. ok

    ok5 päivää sitten

    i remember that gps from road trips i had 5 years ago

  65. Keith Allen

    Keith Allen5 päivää sitten

    Fry's was horrible! Selling returned broken items not good for longevity.

  66. capmidnite

    capmidnite5 päivää sitten

    Best Buy's nickname used to be "Amazon's Free Showroom."

  67. SirEuchre

    SirEuchre5 päivää sitten

    The price comparison thing - yes, retailers would and did kick people out for writing down prices. See the absurd sounding 'commercial free speech' topic of law, which reads more like 'how business can legally suppress citizen free speech (comparison shopping was argued as free speech). There are some very big cases and case law about it. Retailers backed off of it a lot, mostly out of concerns about image, before the internet effectively gutted it. As for the video and photography bans, commercial free speech was just a part, but with the most legal authority, but there were more concerns about people doing the kinds of stunts we see today posted online.

  68. Dave

    Dave5 päivää sitten

    Electronic stores, hardware stores, metal supply stores, even hobby shops are going away, people dont fix thing, nor build things much these days

  69. Tom Elew

    Tom Elew5 päivää sitten

    This is one of the best videos I've ever seen on FItitle. Thanks.

  70. sorphin

    sorphin5 päivää sitten

    There was a Tilt here at "Northwest Plaza".. it was massive.

  71. Vincent Maldia

    Vincent Maldia5 päivää sitten

    I live in the Philippines. Electronic stores still exist and are still popular in major malls

  72. ZJ

    ZJ5 päivää sitten

    Didnt get to shop at all these but will miss them and sad to see all these businesses that have been around forever go under crazy to say but it is pretty soon there will be no where to shop

  73. DjinFreeMind

    DjinFreeMind6 päivää sitten

    Built a few computers from the stuff at fry's but I hated going there. I miss them and many of the places you mentioned.

  74. Luke Raymond

    Luke Raymond6 päivää sitten

    In about 20 years time, I reckon shops wont exist anymore, people would just do EVERYTHING from their damn phones well, if thats what you want to call them.

  75. petey twofinger

    petey twofinger6 päivää sitten

    still have a land line still have an answering machine , i bought nte stuff and shrink boot from frys , as well as pc stuff from time to time .i build my own computers have fixed a half dozen mobos and video cards by replacing bad caps , i build my guitar pedals and amps so there are people out there who cant stand cell phones . dont forget us . you will never see me walking around with my head cocked down and twiddling thumbs - never . here is one - thats rude .

  76. R. morris

    R. morris6 päivää sitten

    Kids only play on phones now, so a mall is worthless to them.

  77. Major Oz

    Major Oz6 päivää sitten

    Ten minutes of nostalgic bullshit.........then getting to the question. There is only one reason: folks are too dumb to play with electronics anymore. When Allied ran radio shack, there were bins and bins of PARTS......which is what an electronics store IS ABOUT. As kids became dumber, "electronics" became cell phones, CD's, games, and fully built stuff....mostly Chinese. Go ahead, try to find some 37K resistors, 100 micro-farad capacitors, or virtually any components ........ And, if you do, good luck talking to the burger king graduate clerk about any of it.

  78. Brian Ginn

    Brian Ginn6 päivää sitten

    Wow. As this vid started I could just see me enjoying these stores once again but your summation is spot on and makes me realize I’d never want to go! My heart is now calm and you helped.

  79. Matt Balmer

    Matt Balmer6 päivää sitten

    When I heard about the two guys who bought up the RadioShack name and holdings, I became a little more hopeful that RS would get back to its roots and begin offering stuff for makers. That was the biggest thing that I thought completely eroded RS's place in the market -- along with the incredibly short-sighted decision to throw themselves into the wireless market to the exclusion of their original customer base.

  80. Yoshihiro TPA Gamer productions 667 スーパーロボット大戦

    Yoshihiro TPA Gamer productions 667 スーパーロボット大戦7 päivää sitten

    Toys R us is way more better than K.B Toy Store

  81. Rez'tur

    Rez'tur7 päivää sitten

    I have alarm clock / clock radio from (I think) the late 80s. Still works just fine. Easier & faster to set the alarm on it than my smartphone. Plus the wake up is different every morning than the same preloaded jingle or blare on the phone

  82. comeradecoyote

    comeradecoyote7 päivää sitten

    Lol “went the way of Kodak” Kodak is still around. Ritz is well and truly dead.

  83. Paul Stafford

    Paul Stafford7 päivää sitten

    My first computer was a Timex Sinclair 1000 that I got from Service Merchandise.

  84. rbrtck

    rbrtck7 päivää sitten

    At least at present, I'd have to disagree regarding dedicated calculators. If I were in high school or college today, I'd still preferencially use the one I did in college 30 years ago (an inexpensive Casio). It is far better designed than any of the hundreds of calculator apps I've tried and discarded on my phone, and it has its own battery that lasts for years and years, saving my phone's battery for other purposes.

  85. SpectraLight Photography

    SpectraLight Photography7 päivää sitten

    Interesting analysis of how the smartphone replaced so many different products. Flipping through the electronics catalog and saying "who needs that?" really drove that point home!

  86. jcadult101

    jcadult1017 päivää sitten

    Mentioning Babbage's, made me think of my c64. Funny, I cannot for the life of me remember where I bought it. I remember going to a garage sale to buy a pong game to send in for the $100 rebate. We had Target, Service Merchandise, Venture and 2 Kmarts in addition to all those you mentioned at the mall. Very shortly thereafter I picked up the floppy drive after debating on it or the tape recorder.

  87. jcadult101

    jcadult1017 päivää sitten

    Growing up I remember going Christmas shopping at the department stores downtown in the big town. We'd park in a large parking garage (which my town didn't have) and walk to the Sears, Penny's and Younkers. Then in the mid-70s, a large mall was built and all those buildings became vacant. The new mall was bright and shinny and had water fountains inside, and wasn't cold walking store to store. Our town had a open mall (plaza) basically a single story mall without a roof over the pedestrian area with only 2 or 3 larger department stores. We also had a few grocery/drug store strip malls, the closest with the Radio Shack where you could test your TV's tubes and buy replacements. My brother got his TRS80 model 1 (level2?) there. I've 'walked' the old towns via google maps. The plaza is mostly a home depot parking lot with a small strip mall of the newer chain stores. Looking at our old street and the parks we used to go to, I'm reminded of the phrase "you can never go home". I was watching an urban adventurer exploring closed malls when I found one episode of a closed local mall that I had gone to years back. Looking around I found more and more malls around here closed and or dying. It occurred to me I had lived through the rise and fall of the great malls....

  88. Brio Dash

    Brio Dash7 päivää sitten

    Thank God there's a micro center not far from my house

  89. Ghl Scitel

    Ghl Scitel7 päivää sitten

    Yeah - Where is Radio Shack gone?

  90. Cro Minion

    Cro Minion7 päivää sitten

    Radio Shack was like a magical wonderland for me as a kid in the '80s. So many memories.

  91. Kevin Olive

    Kevin Olive7 päivää sitten

    as others have mentioned, there's MicroCenter. The first time I shopped there, they asked for my name and then asked, showing me the screen, if one of the listed entries was me. Actually, all 4 were me at various addresses I had over the past 20 years. They guy said that they had indeed bought some customer lists from other companies.

  92. HomeworX Channel

    HomeworX Channel7 päivää sitten

    Almost everyday I'm working with my 3d printer now and some kind of arduino project. It would be so nice to be able to go to a store and get something to finish my project instead of waiting weeks after ordering it on the internet to only find out its the wrong thing cause idk what I'm doing lol but in learning!

  93. Shaun Bachinger

    Shaun Bachinger7 päivää sitten

    We have a store in South Africa called Incredible Connection, the logo looks very similar to this one 9:35 , it even has the star above the name.

  94. Harry S. Richards, MD

    Harry S. Richards, MD7 päivää sitten

    I just remembered that Hollywood Video existed.

  95. Harry S. Richards, MD

    Harry S. Richards, MD7 päivää sitten

    My local Fry's is still open, but it looks like a ghost town inside.

  96. Lee Kronforst

    Lee Kronforst7 päivää sitten

    Ahhh, the 80s. Before the weight of the world crushed all my hopes and dreams.

  97. Sleepy Brown

    Sleepy Brown7 päivää sitten

    Do a Google search for the Bell Phone Center Store for what an AT&T store looked like in the 1980’s.

  98. RatanakTevy

    RatanakTevy7 päivää sitten

    Fry's electronic was my all time favorite place to go every weekends. I can't go home empty handed. Their returns policy was awesome.

  99. Phattdawgg

    Phattdawgg7 päivää sitten

    So many stores I shopped in over the years. I still have appliances I bought at Circuit City about a year before they went out of business.

  100. J.C Jefferson

    J.C Jefferson8 päivää sitten

    You enjoyed a lot of good things, when world was magical... Today... nothing remains...

  101. Harry Jones

    Harry Jones8 päivää sitten

    Oh the parks mall I didn’t arrive til 92 and left dfw in 2018 my favorites store was incredible universe though. In the time the aguar was on display.