The cow has swallowed the cud. I repeat. The cow has swallowed the cud.
Now analysts are wondering about the fate of the Gateway Country Stores. I imagine an eMachines store would be built in a pre-fab aluminum building, or perhaps in a low-rent strip mall, and feature mildly abusive salespeople hawking $600 computers. But then don't we all have a local computer shop like that already?
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