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Re: Cherokee St. Obstruction Shirley Wallace Pilloried by RFT

Roughly a decade ago, I used to work for Haffner's other property, Record Exchange on Hampton, and if I recall correctly, Shirley is the owner's sister-in-law. Since most antique shops are closed on Mondays, she would come in to work the store and would drive the employees absolutely insane. She seemed to delight in making us miserable. I also worked in the antique business, and there have been plenty of complaints circulating about her. She really thinks she is the queen of her community.
I wonder if she has any friends?

It's interesting to note that the Record Exchange store on Cherokee([search]) is closed, and that she was dealing a fit to Tension Head, a new cd shop. Jealousy, perhaps?
 

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Re: Re: Cherokee St. Obstruction Shirley Wallace Pilloried by RFT

she has some serious problems, hope she goes down in flames.
 

Re: Re: Re: Cherokee St. Obstruction Shirley Wallace Pilloried by RFT

When we realize the degree of agency we actually do have, we no longer have to "hope" at all. We simply do the work.

www.orionsociety.org/pages/om/06-3om/Jensen.html
 

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