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Grocery store or Convenience store?
I have a question... this article said it's grocery store... but I had an impression that it's actually convenience store. Is it grocery store or convenience store? I may need to know this for subcategorizing purpose. Thanks. --Legion 23:39, 24 March 2007 (UTC)
I would rather say convenience store, because it isn't really a grocery store (or is it?)^^ Zaibatsu 23:50, 24 March 2007 (UTC)
It's a convenience store. What would a supermarket would only have only one clerk and shopping baskets instead of shopping carts? And there are no doors that brings deliveries inside 24/7. MetaCracken 13:18, 23 July 2008 (UTC)
24/7 or 24-7
I'm a little picky. Which is the preferred name?
- Seems only appropriate to resolve this issue. I know the HUD for GTASA and store shelves in GTASA use "24-7", and neither the exterior "24 Seven" logo in GTASA nor GTA4's plain "24 7" logo hint of any other naming convention that uses other symbols. So where did "24/7" come from? - ZS (talk) 09:24, 19 November 2011 (UTC)
We really don't need a new article for every fake product in these stores. Things like Slick-O-Lard Sex Grease are only featured on a fake label on a shelf, so really don't need a one-line article about them. Putting the product descriptions on this page would be good though, since people wouldn't ever want to look on this wiki for that product, except through this page. As a rule of thumb, unless you can write at least a paragraph, there's rarely any point in having a page for it. Gboyers talk 22:40, 7 June 2009 (UTC)
Exploring Liberty City, I found an abandoned 24/7 outlet in Broker, at the intersection of Wenrohronon Avenue and Cassidy Street, about a block north of the Homebrew Cafe. Unlike most other 24/7 stores, the name is spelled out; however, like the shuttered Burger Shot store in Cerveza Heights, the sign is missing letters and the "e" in "twenty" is hanging upside-down resembling an "a". In a reference to Rockstar's crude humour, the resulting sign spells out "Twat Furs". I don't have a video capture card to get a screenshot of this. Gsu eagle 31049 (talk) 05:56, 1 January 2012 (UTC)