10 things people buy but never use
Did you ever buy something you just had to have, telling yourself you’d use it all the time – and then never actually use it? Here are some purchases that often go unused.
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My wife is an avid reader and always has success at Barnes and Nobel's discount tables, We have a YMCA membership and exercise with the silver sneakers as well as the treadmill 3-4 times a week, living in Arizona's valley of the sun, we use our in ground pool about 7 months of the year and of the remaining items we are fortunate to have only hot and warm weather clothing. Thankfully, we have no need or use for the other items.
Hey now, just a minute - people spending their hard earned money to buy $hITE they don't need, is what made this country great - So, back off ..
..... just heading off now, to my storage container, to visit my $hitE!!!!!
I bought a 70 inch DLP TV years ago and bought the $400 extended (four year) warranty to go along with it. After about two years it started to mess up every six months. Eventually the parts got harder to find and they eventually warranteed it (replacement cost) with only about three months to go. I bought a new 70 inch LED 240Hz (with extended warranty) for the money they gave me and $5.00 of my own money.
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