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While I understand that there are stores or products that people don't like
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|Hello I'm PurpleBubba; Introduction from the site owner / admin|
|Topic Started: Jun 19 2008, 09:54 PM (122 Views)|
|PurpleBubba||Jun 19 2008, 09:54 PM Post #1|
Hello, I'm PurpleBubba. I live in the metro area of Detroit, MI
I am the administrator and founder of this forum as well as the PurpleBubba's Mall site that is linked to it.
I like Malls. Which is a good thing since I started this site.
I live in an area where there are at least 20 malls within an hours drive. I have only been to about half of those but since I'm 32 I've grown up in the era when malls were a place to visit. When I was a kid the malls near me had not only toy stores such as Circus World and K B but many of the anchors also had toy departments so there was something for me to do besides being hauled to the adult stores and departments.
I have also visited malls in Georgia, Tennessee, and Utah and Ontario.
I don't know why I like malls. I like to visit them and see what's new or visit a mall I've never been to. After doing a few searches I've found that I'm not the only one who is into this topic. There are quite a few sites talking about malls past and present.
I'm a shy quiet person who isn't into partying or drinking. My favorite things are taking drives along the river to see big ships, visitng lighthouses to take pictures, and walking around a mall.
I own several mall tycoon type video games but unfortunately they all have certain faults whether it be glitches or things I don't like. The first game I bought "Mall Tycoon" was a great game. You could build a mall and it had lots of design options. But once you built the mall and tried to play the mall would get invaded by zombies because you couldn't get your employees to keep the mall clean. I did not get MT2 because it was basically MT with a few upgrades but did not address the issues I had. I have "Mall Tycoon 3" and it's better but it's hard to keep the stores from going out of business and it doesn't have the store size options that MT had. I have "Mall of America Tycoon" and I like it but it's glitchy and also has issues with the stores going out of business too soon. "Sim Tower" was one of the first mall games and it's fun to play but gets a bit boring. The elvator traffic is the problem with that one. I also like "Sims 2 Open For Business". I wish some of the mall games had some of the S2 features.
So here I am owning a Virtual Mall and a forum.
Edited by PurpleBubba, Jun 19 2008, 09:56 PM.
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