Rik's Ramblings

Thursday, February 28, 2008

From Fords to food courts.

The Great Mall of the Bay Area in Milpitas, Calif., recently introduced 1.3 million square feet of retail outlet stores to the region. Development of the 28-year-old mall -- a former Ford auto assembly plant -- was undertaken by owner Ford Motor Land Development Co. and developer Petrie, Dierman, Kughn of McLean, Va. The defunct plant sat vacant for more than a decade, while Ford researched uses for it...

Reminded me of:

I mean, why would Ford want to manufacture something, when they could just sell plastic crap from China to people and stuff them with food.


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