Little did they know that their union would create shades of blue people!
Generations later, a descendant of Martin Fugate, Benjy Stacy, would be born "blue".
If it sounds familiar, it's probably because the story is hardly new. Frances Mc Dormand was brilliant as William's (newcomer Patrick Fugit) well-meaning but overbearing mother.
There have been dozens of movies made about the rock and roll lifestyle: the drugs, the sex, the fights, and all the bumps on the road to success. Fugit, for his part, had a convincing performance as the shy, awkward teenager struggling to be a journalist but at the same time aching to belong.
'"He was almost purple,"' his father, Alva Stacy, recalls." Benjy was born in a maternity ward near Hazard, Kentucky and was rushed by ambulance to a medical clinic in Lexington to find help for his blue problem.
Days of testing provided no answers; but then Benjy's grandmother told the doctor a story about the "blue" Fugates.
Shmoel’s plan actually goes further than that, though, because the new Circuit City will also be “targeted directly at millennials” and feature an emphasis on selling “tablets, notebooks, wearables, networking equipment, gaming products, headphones, drones, 3-D printers, health appliances,” and other expensive things that millennials are too busy vaping to buy.
Leah Remini, a famous Hollywood actress who married Angelo Pagan in 2003, she is funny as hell and her senses of humor have got her into troubles many times.
The Circuit City brand is now owned by a rich guy named Ronny Shmoel, and Twice says that he has an “ambitious, multi-tiered game plan” to get the chain back on top.
This game plan sounds a lot like what Best Buy has been doing for a while, with “retail outlets, web sales, branded and private-label products, licensed kiosks, mobile shops, and franchise opportunities,” but considering that Amazon hasn’t been able to kill Best Buy yet, it must be worth emulating.
According to tech news outlet Twice, bankrupt retail chain Circuit City is coming back.
For those who don’t recall, Circuit City was exactly like Best Buy, except it was all red and white instead of blue and yellow, and also a lot of the stores had a weird smell that was impossible to place.