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    Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    My girlfriend and I are looking at taking a day before school starts and going shopping before we head back to school(Kinda limited to selection in the mid-Ohio valley). I know the JCPenney's Outlet is in Columbus, but I was wondering if there are other outlets or indoor/outdoor shopping malls in Columbus that would be appealing.

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    Will trade this space for a #1 starter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creek14 View Post
    Those two are the best in Columbus, IMO.

    Also, Tuttle Crossing isn't bad on the West Side of town, but you're not that far from Polaris, so you might as well just go to Polaris.

    Easton is the best, hands down.

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    I had heard that there were some outdoor shopping centers in Columbus, but from the looks of things, these two look like the best.

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    While you're in the Columbus area, be sure to check out a historical Columbus landmark that's located at 112 West Lane Avenue. In fact, that place residing at that address has seen so much history that it would probably be better off if it were condemned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    While you're in the Columbus area, be sure to check out a historical Columbus landmark that's located at 112 West Lane Avenue. In fact, the place residing at that address has seen so much history that it would probably be better off if it were condemned.
    Can't forget 114 E. Norwich, either.

    Another true Columbus landmark.

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    While you're in the Columbus area, be sure to check out a historical Columbus landmark that's located at 112 West Lane Avenue. In fact, that place residing at that address has seen so much history that it would probably be better off if it were condemned.
    Does a Superman WWE-style spear into a snowbank count as an occasion worthy of a landmark?

    Highlifeman should have a better idea, as it was his body imprinted into the white stuff.
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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    While you're in the Columbus area, be sure to check out a historical Columbus landmark that's located at 112 West Lane Avenue. In fact, that place residing at that address has seen so much history that it would probably be better off if it were condemned.
    Been there, it changed my life.

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    What the hell are you guys talking about?

    Is it some kinda OSU alumni thing or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    Can't forget 114 E. Norwich, either.

    Another true Columbus landmark.
    I used to live on E. Norwich.

    Lot's of blurry memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheels View Post
    What the hell are you guys talking about?

    Is it some kinda OSU alumni thing or something?
    Yes

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by wheels View Post
    What the hell are you guys talking about?

    Is it some kinda OSU alumni thing or something?
    I didn't attend OSU, but spent quite a few weekends up there nonetheless. I think BuckeyeRedleg's description of blurry memories along those streets aptly fits.
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    I'm sorry mean Mr. Mustard's passed on.

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    Re: Shopping in Columbus, any suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    I didn't attend OSU, but spent quite a few weekends up there nonetheless. I think BuckeyeRedleg's description of blurry memories along those streets aptly fits.
    Yeah, I know about all of that, but you guys gave addresses and I can't for the life of me figure out what establishments are located at said addresses.

    I don't know because I don't really pay attention to the addresses. If someone says "Meet me at Larry's", I just go to Larry's. I guess that's just because I'm a local or something.

    Speaking of the campus area......Has anyone seen the new BW3? What a monolithic nightmare. Something like three stories tall with an outdoor patio that has huge video monitors everywhere. It's unbelievable.

    Columbus has now been fully transformed into a giant corporate megaplex. Nothing but shiny new buildings and mindless drones armed with credit cards.

    I've got too much invested in this town to leave, but I can see why we're suffering from a "brain drain".
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