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I would like to be in a brick building in an earthquake.   Assuming it was built in California within the last 40 years, the masonry is reinforced. If its older, it has likely been retrofitted which would allow enough time to escape. I have been through several quakes.
The mainstream news now has story for tonight! This is very unfortunate. 
Put the fountain in the store.
I will leave my iPhone under the mat? Keys work just fine.
Perhaps wallpaper should be applied? "Livening up" is a poor approach to design that is conveyed to often by people on a committee. Sometimes a municipality will hire a "great" architecture firm and get mediocre results because of this concept.
I hope that I don't win, as I would be required to pay Federal and State taxes on the value of the prize.
In nine months JCP will close. Forever XXI will purchase the leases of many of the stores,
I have been in garages that already have "a find your car" kiosk. Just enter your license plate number.  Each stall has a camera focused on it. 
China needs to buy Apple. Now is the time. It is inevitable that they do. Once they control a substantial percentage of shares of the stock, the price will fall by 90% for them to buy the rest. Apple's presence in China is out of control for the Chinese government. They would be able to keep jobs at home and control the iDevices. Apple could counter by issuing stock and giving it to the US government, but the US might just give that stock to China to cover its debt. Then...
Apple apparently signed a Lease. We don't know the terms of the lease and it could have conditions favorable to Apple, as Apple could possibly leverage such. I'm not familiar with Australian landlord-tenant law either. It seems like Apple then decided not to open a store here. Normally, the landlord would mitigate his damages and try to find a new Lessee. Assuming that the landlord made the best deal they could, Apple would need to pay the cost to procure the replacement...
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