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This is a website (Woot.com)
that offers one deal a day, and sometimes offers a grab-bag like deal which I don't understand because I haven't researched it well enough.
So each day, one product is for sale, at a really cheap price. I think it's a great idea because it'll keep people going back to the site every day. Today a 7 mega pixel camera is for sale for $99 plus $5 for shipping. The same camera on Polaroid.com is available for $184.99. (By the way, Polaroid is selling 10 mega pixel cameras - I didn't even know they existed! Of course, I'm not that up-to-date with technology. Have you guys heard of that site called "Goo-gull"? I hear it's popular.)
Here's a quick tip to live a healthier life. Yes, listen up to the expert.
I love me some poker. The players. The announcers. The moolah. It makes for a pretty good hour of TV.
The ol' battle wagon is closing in on its final days, methinks. Coolant and oil shouldn't mix during the operation of the vehicle, right? And I'm pretty sure taking that mixture and then dousing the spark plugs is not the best way to achieve maximum performance....
My wife and I spent a week in Orlando, and I wanted to share a little bit about the 4 parks we went to: Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Universal Islands of Adventure, and Universal Studios Florida.
The third in our series revealing the ins and outs of customer service. Read to find out if Town Fair Tire came through, how BJ's looks out for you (they're even willing to facilitate a need for funeral arrangements!), and the perils of HR Block.
Ah, the customer service conundrum. I've worked customer service, so I sympathize with the clerks. But silly things over small prices? Let 'em go!
Why should I have to fix a problem caused by the store? Maybe I can teach them a lesson...
in this world where speeling and punxuatiun dont meen much any more; its nice to sea an author take a step too fight the dumbening of america
Taxes and financial ponderings. One key lesson - H&R Block should never be your spiritual advisors.