A store that prides itself as being "upscale" but it is a horrible company to work for. All of the employees have some stupid abbreviation for their title. There are three types of people who work in Target; the loyalists who have a bulls eye tattooed on their asses, the people who are biding their time in between jobs, and the most tragic, the broken-spirited people who do not have the will to look for another job and take the abuse. The GSTLs are the worst people as they are drunk on their own power. The store manager is usually a figurehead. This company is like something straight out of Dickens. On top of all of this, the stores are so inefficiently run that it is a mystery that it maintains corporate status.
Target should be avoided due to its treatment of employees.
A person born roughly between 1972 and 1984. They were little kids in the at some point in the 80s and so enjoyed toys and cartoons from that era like He-Man, She-Ra, Care Bears, GI Joe, Transformers, Jem, etc.
Also called and 80s kid or 80s child.
A true child of the 80s remembers Nickelodeon before Nicktoons, TV without The Simpsons, when MTV played videos only, and when the Disney Channel played their movies and classic cartoons and having it was like having HBO.
2. The detoriation of a neighborhood, usually close to a major city. This can also happen to a downtown. Areas with urban blight often have high crime rates and unoccupied businesses and housing, often boarded up
Much of the South Side of Chicago shows urban blight.
This is the feeling of sadness that occurs when the summer is over and school is now in session. It is often difficult to focus on school since the weather is hot and summer was only recently. September blues are marked by inattentiveness, malaise, and longing. They are cured on October 1st when a person can think about Halloween and the weather is less like summer. Football season can make the September blues more bearable.
Juan: "It is 90 degrees and we are in school. I wish it was still summer!"
Alejandro: Don't worry, it's just the September blues. Come October 1st it will be all over."