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08/12/2017
By: Larena J.
Dollar Tree
I like this store, very much. Never know what we'll find there. Wonderful people. Fun merchandise. I Do need to say, though, now that Halloween merchandise is coming in, I find it very offensive that the buyers like to put all the "blood & gore", violence merchandise in, and put it right out there in our childrens' faces. Our children need to know that we'll do all we can to keep them safe and protected. They don't need any more horror coming at them. I think we, as a nation, should not take our children into the stores, while all these chopped off body pars are on display ~ which is to say, for all the time these products are on the floor and displayed there. I think we should emphatically state we will not come in during this season and the time leading up to it ~ AND we should not shop there, until all this has been removed. We have a responsibility to our children not to terrorize them this way, and not to agree to allow this kind of programming to be put into their precious minds. It's bee proven statistically, that this kind of stuff is part of the programming that turns people into ruthless, viscous, violent kidnappers, rapists, torturers, murderers. I've witnessed, this every year - that The Dollar Tree Stores do this to our children. We should boycott all these stores that do this. This is so disrespectful and hurtful to young minds and hearts! I would give them a 4 star rating, if they wouldn't do this.
08/12/2017
By: Larena J.
99 Cent Only Stores
I LOVE this store. Never know what we'll find there. Wonderful people, store is bright and clean. I Do need to say, though, now that Halloween merchandise is coming in, I find it very offensive that the buyers like to put all the "blood & gore", violence merch-andise in, and put it right out there in our childrens' faces. Our children need to know that we'll do all we can to keep them safe and protected. They don't need any more horror coming at them. I think we, as a nation, should not take our children into the stores, while all these chopped off body pars are on display ~ which is to say, for all the time these products are on the floor and displayed there. I think we should emphatically state we will not come in during this season and the time leading up to it ~ AND we should not shop there, until all this has been removed. We have a responsibility to our children not to terrorize them, this way, and not to agree to allow this kind of programing to be put into their precious minds. It's bee proven statistically, that this kind of stuff is part of the programing that turns people into ruthless, viscous, violent kidnappers,rapists, torturers, murde-ers. I've also witnessed, every year, that The Dollar Tree Stores do this to our children, as well. This is so disrespectful and hurtful to young minds and hearts! I would give them a 5 star rating, if they stop doing this to our children.
07/17/2013
By: bodegaruss
Mi Pueblo
don't bother unless you're only going for the somewhat expensive margarita which was good. the corn tortilla's on the tacos did not taste right, and returned, the new serving tasted better but by then the appetite was lost. the carnitas had a heavy taste of marinate overwhelming any taste of pork. we left not satisfied.
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