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07/07/2008

Audio: Rite Aid did no Wrong?

by Jeremy Hooper

In regards to the sign that's been posted outside of the West Village Rite Aid store: Well, the store is denying all connection to it:


(If audio doesn't load for you, you can listen to it here)

Thoughts? Insight? Leave 'em in the comments section.

**UPDATE: The plot does that proverbial thickening thing that plots sometimes do. This from Queerty:

Update again! The original reader just wrote in and said not only were there four signs at the Rite Aid in question, but offers this queer detail: …”When I called yesterday to complain the woman at the Rite Aid told me that Tom Marquez wasn’t the store manager but the manager for the whole area. so I don’t think it’s a phony name…I think he’s definitely a real person. In the audio link the store employee doesn’t say she doesn’t know who Tom is, she only says he doesn’t work in that store. He’s probably regional management, but maybe someone put it up and just used his name.” There’s obviously some maniac on the loose in Manhattan. Everyone stay indoors!

And another, this time from a Queerty comment:

I actually just got a call back from a VP of Northeastern operations, after I filed a complaint with the executive offices. It seems that a former disgruntled employee did this to about 11 different Rite Aid stores in Manhattan to cause trouble for the boss who fired him, and Rite Aid.

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Your thoughts

Queerty still claiming it is true?

Posted by: LOrion | Jul 7, 2008 11:33:03 AM

i dont know who to believe, but if this is rite aid's worked its majorly messed up

Posted by: queerunity | Jul 7, 2008 1:48:47 PM

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