A North Texas man is suing Cinemark, based in Plano, Texas. He alleges the theater company is shorting customers on drink sizes. KHOU reports  that the class action lawsuit was filed in federal court in Sherman, Texas, on Wednesday.  Shane Waldrop, who filed the lawsuit, claims that Cinemark is selling drinks in containers that are labeled as 24 ounces but that the containers only hold 22 ounces. He took the empty container from the theater and measured how much liquid it could hold.

According to the article, Waldrop's lawsuit alleges violations of Texas' Deceptive Trade Practices Act, negligent misrepresentation, common law fraud, and unjust enrichment. Waldrop is seeking compensatory damages and for Cinemark to repackage its 24-ounce drinks "with the proper amount of advertised liquid," the lawsuit said. Cinemark has yet to respond. Read the full story by clicking here.  

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Hastings holds so many memories for so many of us! I know that times have changed and the term video store is obsolete. However, Hastings was so much more than a video store, it was also: a bookstore, a comic book store, a game store,  a coffee shop, an anime stop, and you could even get an instrument there.


. I remember Hastings being in three different locations. Please let me know if I am wrong.  The first location was where is the 'party' store is located today.  I still can remember buying those cassette singles and buying those CDs that came in those long box cases.  Does anyone actually still have any of these?


The second and what I consider the most iconic Hastings location in Victoria was where SPECS stands today.  I know we had Camelot and Disk Jockey in the mall which I also frequented for new music. We also had the Movie Shoppe and Video Gallery alongside all those other National Video rental stores to rent our favorite movies.  Hastings, however, brought us the best music, video rentals, and books in one location.  I mean this location was poppin' on Weekend nights back in the day.

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This one still is probably pretty fresh in a lot of our minds. This was a more laid-back and roomier version of the second location.  They even added a little coffee shop to adapt to the times.  They officially closed their doors for good back in February of 2018, this one still hurts a little bit.  I will say a big thank you to Hastings for allowing me to rent movies while paying down my fines.  They were the first to offer this in Victoria.  I know the culture of this kind of store is dead today but that doesn't mean we can't miss the good ole days.