Welcome to Circuit City High School, where you’ll get expelled if your grades are too good so they can make room for dumber kids that are cheaper to educate.
Yes, with hundreds of Circuit City stores all across the country set to be left vacant in the very near future, the question has arose about what to do with them. One idea is to sell them to schools. Weird!
According to DJM Realty, the company in charge with offing all those red-capped monstrosities, “Circuit City’s real estate has begun to create interest among national and regional retailers and supermarkets. There are great opportunities for schools and other non-retail uses.” Sure there are, DJM. Sure there are. [Blogging Stocks via Consumerist]