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More Americans could afford all those things if our enemies in D.C. didn't hand out to our enemies abroad and those in third world $hit holes. Any life form too ignorant or lazy to survive on it's own must be permitted to perish from the face of the earth as nature intended. Nature did very well throughout history but today it must overcome bleeding heart idiots and profiteers to accomplish
what has to be done.
Bottled water, bank fees, and phone insurance. Those are the 3 that caught my eye. Cable yeah I know. You get what you pay for. I am not scrambling through a bunch of web pages to find a crappy version of Dexter that cuts off 10 minutes into the best part look for me to purchase an app or service.
But when did we start buying crates of bottled water? I love Nestle now, but I am sick about it sometimes.Bank fees,don't even get me started. Not only the avoidable ones but the sneaky ones too.Phone insurance what a frigging ripoff until you drop your phone in the toilet like I did and despite the rice, the turning it upside down, drier, or whatever. It came on after about 2 weeks but I hit the enter button and got a different screen everytime. They only thing it did on que was ring and I could not answer it. I did not have insurance. I have the best insurance now and I guarantee my phone will work forever!
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