1. 60 yrs old....what about Roy Rogers or Pan Am they are (or were) pretty old to, what happened? 2. Very sentimental, but sitting on the porch remincing about the old days, does not produce profit, or a higher stock price. 3. And that's all they're worth. 4. And they never will, why? b/c too much competition (could not compete w/ent, host, etc, AND after opening locations w/drive thru windows, they found the public didn't come b/c the novelty was watching them being made.....all closed within months. 5. stock price is based on FUTURE earnings, not what was prior to the Nixon administration. 6. just about any new franchise.....until the novelty wears off. 7. I must have missed the "only WASP will be served" sign on the door, sorry. 8. sounds like this could be a problem with most stores being they're so old, also sounds like a sizable expense.....hmm. 9. agree 100%, but what happens after it wears off? 10. Why haven't they grown so dramatically in the first 70-80 yrs in business? Management didn't feel like it til now?...... Exactly, "It's just a doughnut"