I popped into Fry's today while I was out doing other things and had 1/2 hour with no kids. Been shopping for a monitor stand with some USB connectivity. Everything about the place just seemed like I was walking through the past, right down to Pat Benatar and the rest of the 80s/90s soundtrack. As I walked around the dimly lit aisles, many were poorly stocked and dusty. Beyond that, they hadn't bothered to clean up from business the day before, so when there was stock, much of it was still scattered about from yesterday's shoppers. A big placard on the endcap in the gaming section announced the impending release of Days Gone By -- coming April 2019. The coffee shop in the center wasn't open. No employee greeted me, or perhaps even made eye contact with a polite nod, the entire time I was there. I remember when this place was bustling, and it seems not so long ago although I can't place the dates. It's not lost on me that I'm a part of the current state. I shop online all the time. A lot of the little things Fry's sells, things that I would consider electronic commodities, are easier to acquire, with more choice and abundance, online. Unfortunately for Fry's and other retailers, it's a better experience and so I choose it repeatedly. Still, I was saddened. My guess is this store location, and perhaps Fry's as a retailer, won't last long.