The creation of currency rendered the barter system obsolete, simplified the jobs of economists, and paved the way for faster bank robberies as well as actual banks themselves. Embrace the fantastic nature of fiat currency with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of books, music, and movies at Toad Hall.
Sporting a collection that amassed for three decades, Toad Hall stuffs its own shelves as well as its customers' with books, comics, DVDs, vinyl records, and more. Bibliophiles with a penchant for paper thumb through a collection of literature, poetry, and cookbooks (starting at $5) while readers who prefer the visceral visuals of graphic novels peruse a selection of comics (starting at $6). Rows of new and used vinyl (starting at $4.99) beckon casual listeners and collectors alike with their siren's song as CDs (starting at $5) beg to enliven parties by serving as coasters. For a melding of media, DVDs (starting at $5) fill shelves with customers' old favorites, new discoveries, and family movies presumed lost years ago while an array of posters (starting at $10) answer the wishes of lonely walls with a clutching love bound to scar paint finishes upon removal.
Toad Hall proudly displays its massive selection of products with several aisles of vinyl records and Bunyanesque shelves of books that spill onto the floor as overwhelmed shoppers spill onto a convenient couch to strategize their next search.
A multi-faceted paradise for record collectors, audiophiles, film buffs, bibliophiles, and comic-book lovers, Toad Hall has a little bit of everything for enthusiasts of all kinds. Amidst the many shelves, dig through stacks of LPs, vintage comics, and DVDs, an acronym for “Dude, Videos, Dude!” Almost every day, Toad Hall receives and sets out a huge selection of media, Blu-ray and an entire floor of books, and often stocks audio equipment such as speakers, record players, and receivers.
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