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  • #16
    The number of Target's in my hometown went from 3 in the mid-90's to 7 now, and they're building an 8th. But they'll likely close the old ghetto Target in the hood when the 8th one opens up just a few minutes away.

    But even the "ghetto" Target is cleaner than most K-marts and Wal-Marts.

    I don't like the way Wal-Mart does business, but the prices are cheap and on rare occasions I'll shop there, but none of them are very convenient to where I live.



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    • #17
      I know Big Wal-Mart is in Maryville under Indian Reservation. I think in Mill Creek were better than in Maryville.

      I havent been to Target for long times. I hopefully to go one day. Wal Marts the price are cheap. Not sure in Target.

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      • #18
        psh....target baby! anything ending with -mart automatically means ghetto here in cali


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        • #19
          Wal-Mart all the way. Might have to do with the fact that we don't have either Target or K-Mart here in Germany . Nevertheless, WM just offers the biggest choice in their Super Centers. Used to also frequently use K-Mart in the past, but stopped some years ago when the one in St. Augustine got turned into a dump and bad experiences at other KMs increased.

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          • #20
            My wife and I love Target. We even get all our groceries at the "Super Target." It's always cleaner and it doesn't feel so disorganized and "white trash" as Wal-Mart does.
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            • #21
              HEB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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              Wal-Mart all the way, baby!

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              • #22
                Target, but don't go their often. Wal-Mart is not where I live, as in NY it tends to be rural parts of the state.
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                • #23
                  Here in the UK the only one of those companies active is Walmart which own Asda, our number 2 supermarket chain after Tesco. Asda operate out of town but may move into town centres soon
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                  • #24
                    Wal-Mart. We don't have a Target & I'm rarely at KMart.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by pbateson
                      I know Big Wal-Mart is in Maryville under Indian Reservation. I think in Mill Creek were better than in Maryville.

                      I havent been to Target for long times. I hopefully to go one day. Wal Marts the price are cheap. Not sure in Target.
                      So because you live in Mill Creek you're better than those who live in Marysville? That's a good attitude.

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