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Who the heck needs a $38,000 handbag anyway? That's pretty over the top!!! Can you spell "GLORIOUS EXCESS"????
Oprah is a liar.
The The other clerks statements and the security cams showed the girl was innocent and oprah made it up.
Always let the salespersons UNDERESTIMATE you. If you go 'dressed to the nines', the salespersons will not work with you on any price breaks.
And if you're shopping in a high-end shop, let the sales person who spoke & greeted you FIRST get the sale-especially a big sale - it'll infuriate the others who ignored you.
My husband and I wanted to purchase a cadillac. I had on jeans and he had on coveralls. The first dealership frowned and barely let us drive a loaner car, not even a cadillac. Second dealership said we could pick and drive. I saw the car I wanted, but it belonged to the owner. He gave me the keys. Guess who got our $$ ?
If it had happened with a white person nobody would be talking about it. In addition, people outside the USA have a different mentality than people in the US. Their daily lives don't revolve around the same race bull .... as Americans enjoyed so much to talk about it. If you go to any very expensive place abroad, make sure that you dress appropriate for the place and the occasion. Don't try to show-up a few minutes before the place is about to close dressed less elegant than the people who work there. This is the rule of law outside the US. If you don't like it, STAY HOME.
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