Another thing that cracks me up is every couple of weeks you guys feel the
need to start this thread over again as if to justify yourself and make sure
there are still a few left who have the time to miss work and wealty enough
to pay extra to shop at the little stores..What's the matter , that warm
fuzzy feeling starts to fade and you need a slap on the back and an atta boy
from others who still feel the same way....ROFLMAO
Why are you such an ass? I *will* go out of my way to avoid going to
HD, because 90% of the time they don't have what I need anyway. Better
to go to the real store the first time. Or just order online. I have
two HD's within 5 miles of my house and they are both garbage and I wish
they'd get bought out by Lowe's at least they'd improve a little then.
replace "roosters" with "cox" to reply.
I'm an ass for pointing out the truth??? You can shop anywhere you want....I
could care less....I just pointed out the need to re-run THIS SAME EXACT
THREAD EVERY FEW WEEKS WITH THE SAME OLD RESPONCES..If my reasoning is wrong
give me the REAL: reason for the need to re-run this topic , instead of
calling names and re-running your reasons for not going to HD or Lowes...It
only belittles you and proves my point....
I'm the one who started this thread, and I do shop regularly at Home
Despot (no experience w/Lowe's yet); I get things there that I know are
cheaper, that are easy to grab and go, and that I don't have to ask for
But I prefer places other than the big-box stores, for the many reasons
already stated in this thread. So I guess we'll just have to say that
*you* can shop anywhere *you* like, OK?
Personally, I like Vista, but I probably won\'t use it. I like it
because it generates considerable business for me in consulting and
I remember the year my children went Christmas shopping for us. They
were about $3 short of the purchase price, but the clerk let them take
their purchases. We stopped in afterward to settle up. My daughter
started working when she was 13. She arranged to buy some custom-made
jewelry at a shop in the mall where she worked. The owner gave her
credit! She paid it off, as agreed, all without our knowledge.
When the panic was on over Fannie/Freddie, same daughter sold her
business to change jobs. Sold her biz. on Craig's list for the asking
price to the first comer. Those who can, do........ (Single mom, to boot).
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