Back in the late 80s, a crew of us would load up, head to Enid and make the 2 hour trek to Oakwood Mall.  We could eat really good chinese food at the Combo King, buy some new shoes, catch a movie and then grab a double doozie cookie.  It would be a complete day.

Malls across the country continued to prosper through the 90s.  But then, slowly they began to have empty storefronts.

In the early to mid 2000s, as mall popularity began to decline, goats began to increase in popularity.  Are goats the cause of the decline of shopping in malls?  IDK.

All I do know, is that I woke up this morning craving a double doozie cookie.

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