On Sat, 08 Apr 2006 10:31:06 -0600, Dave Balderstone
That certainly does seem to be the case. At least as far as Lee Valley shipping
It does make sense.
No one ever accused the average woodworker of being very smart.<g>
You being a perfect example.
He's not confused or confusing, he's simply trolling. If Robin Lee
answered him directly and corrected his muddled beliefs, he'd tell
Robin he was confused.
Methinks it's time to let the troll go back under the bridge...
Robin Lee has not responded because I'm right.
Even customer service admitted I wasn't the only customer unhappy with Lee
Valley using Canada Post.
No one has produced a single bit of evidence that Lee Valley uses any other
courier in BC than Canada Post.
Any way you want to look at it, unless you're in prison or the military,
where you live is your choice. You want the country setting with all the
advantages (and disadvantages) that come with such a location, then you're
going to have to find a way to deal with it. So far, the *only* way you
appear to handle things is to whine and whine and whine again. I'd tell you
to deal with it except we already know how you cope.
...and it took you that long to come to the conclusion that Lee Valley has
become so successful, that they bought Canada Post and are now imposing THEIR
Wait till they buy the power company where you live and force you to have to
convert all your tools to 321 Volt/4.5 phase.
You think you're screwed now?
No I just got tired of carrying badly damaged boxes a block to my car.
Canada Post must be the ONLY courier on the planet that hasn't got a dolly you
can borrow for a couple minutes to lug your stuff to your vehicle.
I asked Lee Valley if I could get home delivery like I get from all my other
suppliers and they said no.
That was a year ago, and I haven't ordered since.
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