"So thats why they hire dumbarses they can't afford smarter ones"<br><br>I don't think it's anything about affording them. We bought our HDTV at Steve's TV<br><br>http://www.stevestv.com/<br><br>Well paid and professional sales people. The TVs are all hooked up to several different HD sources. They'll move a TV from one place to another so you can compare side by side. Free same day delivery. And the TV was $100 cheaper then FutureShop.<br><br>Difference is, Steve's TV actually cares about retailing, while FutureShop cares about something else. Steve's TV has been in business for 40 years and they aren't going out of business tomorrow. We rent our movies there, and they are constantly selling TVs.<br><br>I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>So, when you see someone in a wheel chair, is the first thought in your mind - "What goes around comes around" ?<p><hr></blockquote><p>How silly is that? Bad things happen to nice people too. No one gets out of this world alive. It's just a good feeling, for some people, to be able to look in the mirror and like who they see looking back at them, is all I'm saying. <br><br><br><br><br>
"How silly is that?"<br><br>That's how I read it. I had to read your post three times and still couldn't believe you were correlating someone returning something with their unfortunate illness. It almost read like you were saying they deserved it - with the "what comes around goes around" words at the end.<br><br>Maybe it was a bad choice of words, but I still couldn't believe you posted that, after reading it a fourth time, just now.<br><br><br>I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.
i was surprised, but i read it the same way . . . that what goes around comes around and these people ended up in bad predicaments because of the things they did. i saw the winky, but i thought she was just laughing at these people getting a bad outcomes because of their actions. hmmm. ah well.<br><br>
So Ok, let's not put it in cosmic terms of karma or whatever other sh!t idea can substitute for that: is the point here that unethical actions do not have consequences? I'm not thinking of what Hagen did as the unethical thing . . . I don't see it that way. Nor am I thinking that there's some divine referee up in heaven somewhere making sure that someone who does something unethical gets his/her legs broken. But if the point is that bad actions don't have consequences, then we may as well hang up all sense of law and order, no?<br><br>   
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Well<br>I thought it was funny because I remember something that was said very similar in a movie once. I think it was a chic flick that I was forced to go too once. Donna would not wish to anyone bad ills.<br><br>
Sorry, remembering the story just makes me howl. So I'll post the convo again - <br><br>Salesperson - "Can I help you?"<br><br>Me - "I'm looking for a LCD projector"<br><br>Salesperson - "What kind of features are you looking for?"<br><br>Me - "I want the best projector you have. Money is no object, I'll be returning it tomorrow anyways"<br><br>Salesperson - "[insert long drawn out extended warranty protection plan sales pitch here]"<br><br>Salesperson - "Do you want an extended warranty that covers you for 3 years"<br><br>Me - "No thanks, I'll be returning it tomorrow anyways"<br><br><br>HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA<br><br>I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.
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