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And then actually buying the products at lower prices on line -- -- that it's a growing trend you stupid not to with no Internet sales tax many brick and mortar retailers are at a major disadvantage.
Jeff Flock is at a frustrated business in Chicago how much does this hurt sales.
It's hard to quantify exactly how much it -- was gonna tell you how what happens they -- -- May see something this is a specialty.
Toy store in Chicago this is the world's largest.
Puzzle jigsaw puzzle 32000 pieces if you did it'd be sixteen feet by seven feet.
Somebody committed say oh how much do you want for that Katherine -- rerun the store and how much is that it's only 300 dollars OK but if you check on line they probably get a better deal.
You can compete on price sometime you can compete but by the fact that you have the thing that you can give to them but what you can't compete on is when the Internet doesn't charge sales.
Correct -- saying I guess hidden discount.
By not collecting the sales tax -- now moving congress and it looks like guys that the congress may agree on this because Amazon is behind it to to actually let states collect.
The sales tax on Internet you support.
As -- think you got to -- a level playing field here right.
Now and it's not like -- and it's like a hidden discount when people go shopping on the Internet and you know what some say is it's also kind of not fair mean she -- something like this this is an ugly doll by the way and and -- -- -- -- -- -- it's actually -- an -- -- They come here look at -- price at somewhere else.
Maybe -- just -- where you see it -- old fashioned way.
Well yeah -- exactly at that the immediacy walking in the store certainly it's right there but you know Canada -- got to get an.
-- today -- you were you were ticket in ticket Astaro what's the name of the store quickly.
This is called building blocks toy building watch everybody go to building blocks toys if you're in the area thank you very much good to see --