Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Lessons from Borders' Bankruptcy for Foodtrucks?

"The loss of Borders is a signpost on the road to progress.  Amazon offered consumers what they wanted, faster, less expensive, and now with Kindle, better.  This is exactly what is happening with the Gourmet Food Trucks."  Read more here


At 7/20/2011 5:39 PM, Blogger Benjamin Cole said...

As I have said many times, they have push-cart food vendors in Thailand, and the food is terrific.

Legalize push-carts nationwide!

At 7/20/2011 7:25 PM, Blogger bix1951 said...

I would not like a food truck in front of my home or in front of my business location.
My understanding is that I actually own the land out to the center of the street and that the public use of it is an easement.
How broad is that easement?
Can someone park a large trailer and live in it for a few weeks?
Can anyone sell anything on the sidewalk?
We do not live in a society where anything goes. Who really wants that?

At 7/21/2011 12:22 AM, Blogger Willaim said...

When the Islamic cartoon issue broke; I believe it was Atlantic magazine that published the offensive Danish cartoons, Borders was the only major book chain to announce that it would not carry that issue of the magazine. I began to boycott them, and have ever since; good riddance to free press cowards.

At 7/21/2011 12:22 AM, Blogger Willaim said...

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At 7/21/2011 8:49 AM, Blogger Bernie Ecch said...

For heaven's sake, we need more of these food trucks. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits has "unexpectedly risen" yet again. Food trucks will fight this depression just as well as apple carts did in the 1930s.

At 9/27/2011 1:51 PM, Blogger epiphany said...

Very interesting article, thanks. I want a gourmet food truck where I live!


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