You’d have to pick that up at the General Store in Dodge City, Arlo.
No porch service, even ordering out of the 1883 Montgomery Ward catalog.
Nowadays he’d have to worry about the thieving hombres that follow the stagecoach on its delivery route.
What theme songs are going through your head. Bonanza? Gunsmoke? Little House on the Prairie? Or maybe The Good, The Bad and the Ugly? I’m just glad that For a Few Dollars More I can get two day delivery.
Remember when he got his ten gallon hat? He was so disgusted with himself for being weak. He’d been looking up converting liters to gallons and before he knew it he’d ordered a hat.
“C’mon on, the stove isn’t THAT old!”
Sears. Originally a catalog store that delivered goods to your door that’s now being forced into bankruptcy by a business that delivers goods to your door.
We are returning to the days of minimal human interaction.
Considering how most people are, it sounds good to me.
when I order things they are just left by the garage with no KNOCK
you must have been listening to Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man,” in which the residents of Gary, Indiana are eagerly awaiting the Wells Fargo Wagon “a-comin’ down the street…” with “sump’n special just for me!”
After watching “NCIS” this past week, I was afraid of what was going to happen.
Actually, living on the Oregon coast, this is the only way to get a lot of basic essentials like clothing, shoes, and anything Walmart doesn’t sell…. So, yes, I do feel like I’m living on the frontier.
I miss Sears, they use to have really good quality linens and towel. we bought 99% of our tools at Sears…..they did not get on the “online” bandwagon fast enough and that along with management killed a good store
The bookend of Arlo and the character in the strip don’t match. When did Arlo get a prominent chin? Or did he just get old?
Yeah, but the Sears catalog had a dual purpose then…
Amazon…. It’s a Billion dollars Big Business @ 2018