For those of you who do not keep up with Chicagoland news I will briefly update. Willis Group Holdings, a London-based insurance broker, announced that it will consolidate its area offices to the Sears Tower and as part of the deal, gets to put its own name on the 36-year-old skyscraper.
I guess everything in Chicago has a price no matter what historic background or culture it may contain. As if the Comiskey Park name change to U.S. Cellular Field was not bad enough in Chicago; the Windy City has to go and top itself once again. If everything else in Chicago starts carrying a price tag with an easy name change, we may see the following happen in the not so distant future if this bullshit keeps up.
People need to stop putting a price tag on everything before the entire world becomes one bigass advertisement...
Kevin revisits Disc Replay in Highland, IN after a major update has been finished at the store. This is my local go to for all my retro needs. Disc Replay is great because of the fact that every store is unique.