It's all about the location.

He always had a smile on his face. He was always happy. People adored him.

I'm losing one of my best friends because of this. He's dying and it's all because he went into the water.

I'm really sad. It's so tragic, so senseless. Regardless of the circumstances, whether he was pushed or fell, all I know is he went into the water and he died.

This is really hard, really tough on all of us. It's been such a roller coaster ride. All we can do is hang in there and support each other.

Every time you bring a discounter in, your cost of living is going to get better. It's good for the consumer.

It's all about convenience and pricing and Wal-Mart understands that better than everyone else -- that's why they are the No. 1 retailer in the world.

The death of my friend is on the hands of all of them. This should not have happened. He should not have died.

I've got people to meet and I have to walk half a mile away -- it's beyond inconvenient. I understand General Growth's situation, but they should have taken care of their present tenants prior to this situation.