Bankruptcy Epitaphs 2009

Lots of high profile bankruptcies in 2009 and we’re only at the halfway point…

I wrote and designed a few tombstones for our fallen corporations.  Here are The Reformed Broker’s Bankruptcy 2009 Epitaphs:

eddie bauer tombstone

Eddie Bauer
Rest In Peace
Too Bad Nobody
Would Buy Your Fleece

SIX FLAGS tombstone

Six Flags 1961 – 2009
You Must Be This Tall
To Mourn
At This Grave

circuit tombstone

Here Lies
Circuit City
Best Buy’s Stores Rule
Yours Were Sh#tty

GM tombstone

General Motors Corp
1908 – 2001
(Reality Bites)

ESA tombstone
Extended Stay Living
“Our Tombstone’s
Very Existence
Is The Definition
Of Irony”

Filenes tombstone

Filene’s Basement
Lies Here Interred
Now Pay Full Price
For Your Next Shirt

Chrysler Tombstone

In This Grave
Rests Chrysler Gently
And Yes The 300c
Was A Wannabe Bentley

Editorial Note:  Guys, if I missed any or you have a good epitaph of your own, use the comments section.  Let’s whistle past the dead stock graveyard together!

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