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The end of the Dyno-Mart (Eldorado Market).

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By Tombo
From: Boulder
Jul 6, 2012

I would bribe my kids when they were little to go bouldering with me by stopping by the Dyno-Mart for candy afterward.

By YDPL8S
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
Jul 7, 2012

Say it isn't so? Post climb Dr. Pepper and Payday are fond memories of youth. Sometimes, there were so many climbers in there that the place used to smell like "scuffed" lichen. What's going there?

By Wayne
From: Superior, CO
Jul 7, 2012

Dr. Seuss The Lorax




Onceler: At first I didn't realize
I needed all this stuff,
I had a little cottage,
And that cottage was enough.

A place where I could sit and knit,
A place where I could sell my Thneeds,
But now I've had a little time
To re-assess my needs.

And I need a bigger office,
I need a bigger chair.
A bigger desk, a bigger staff,
A bigger hat to wear.

Because I'm biggering,
I'm figuring on biggering,
And biggering is triggering
More biggering.

Lorax: Ey listen up, meathead.
I'm going to say this once, and I'm not gonna repeat it.
Greed...it's like a little pet, alright?
And the more and more and more you feed it,
The more hungry it'll get!
But...no, you can't really blame greed
No, that's stupid.
You see, it's gotta worm inside.
Yeah, that's right.
It's one that always needs to feed,
And it's never satisfied.
You get it?
And the more you try to find it,
The more it likes to hide. Okay?
Now listen--that is NASTY little worm.
And I like to call it "pride."
Now that's why you're biggering!
Listen here, idiot!
I"m sick of all your biggering!
Because all that biggering is triggering more biggering!
Got that? Alright!

Onceler: There is a principle of nature,
That most every creature knows.
It's called survival of the fittest,
And this is how it goes.
The animal that wins has got to
Claw and bite and kick and punch.
And the animal that doesn't,
Winds up someone else's lunch.

A company's an animal,
That's trying to survive.
Struggling, and fighting,
Just to keep itself alive.
I must keep biggering
Iím figuring on biggering,
though biggering is triggering
More biggering.

I won't stop!
Biggering,
Iím figuring on biggering,
And biggering is triggering more biggering.
If the customers are buying,
And the money multiplying
And the PR people lying
And the lawyers are denying,
Who cares if some things are dying?
I donít want to hear your crying
This is all so gratifying

source: www.lyricsondemand.com/.

By Keen Butterworth
From: Boulder
Aug 28, 2013

So sad. The new one has zero character. I miss the days when there was just the Eldo Mart, with Ras Kassas and the liquor store across the street. Now it's just another boring intersection... with a fantastic view no doubt.

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The end of the Dyno-Mart (Eldorado Market).

Submitted By: Mark Roth on Jul 6, 2012