bbotcs Friday, 11/10/17 10:41:11 AM Re: researcher59 post# 40976 0 Post # of 47741 r59: KSS Thanks. That was very positive. The advantage b&m stores like WMT and KSS's have over strictly online retailers is that customers can return their wares to their local store. I think, too, that AMZN customers will be able to return their stuff at a Kohl's, which, imo, is not going to bode well for Kohl's, because instore customers are going to be ticked off at the priority parking spaces online customers have. If management of these companies weren't idiots, they'd realize that the priority in parking should go to people who actually visit the store. I park in the online customer spaces because no one can tell whether you are an online customer or not! Visited a McDonald's in Denton, Maryland, last summer in June, which had designated 3 parking spaces right up by the door for people who ordered online. When I came back in September, those parking spots were no longer for online customers! What I am saying here is that if Kohl's designates a slew of parking places for online customers, their brick and mortars customers, especially seniors, are going to be very, very angry.