Blockbuster Video used to be the king of video rentals. Before the internet and Netflix came along, to see a movie you had to either pay for HBO on cable, or go to a video rental store, walk through the movie selection, pick up your movie, and have a clerk check you out. Now, you just click on your remote what you want to see, and you’re done. The Verge went to Bend, Oregon to look at the final Blockbuster store in existence in America. In this streaming age, is there anything we can learn from this last Blockbuster? Enjoy below!
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