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I've had three instances where TigerDirect has offered a rebate on an item, only to never send it to me once the rebate form was sent in to them.
The first two were small, less than $20 each. But the third was a $200 rebate on a complete computer. After repeated calls and emails, which were always answered with "We have recieved your rebate information and are processing it now, please allow 4-6 weeks..." which went on for almost 6 months. I packed the computer up and sent it back to them postage due. I then contacted my credit card and requested a chargeback.
I won't buy anything from them again.
If you know anything about dogs, they are like children. Yes, they do get sick. Yes, they do need a regular bath. Yep, good food cost money.
If you're not willing to properly feed, bath and see to the medical needs of your 'new best friend' don't take on the responsibility or the rest of us are going to levy a criminal charge of either 'animal neglect' or 'animal cruelty' and you get to spend some time in prison.
WATER: [sold?] #1 joke on all humanity!!
Do you really want to play Russian Roulette? Where does ownership begin and end when it comes to profit and natural resources? Once handfuls of humans owned and began selling what came out of and or off the Earth, all on the planet started our decent into the abyss. *resources are getting harder and harder to find, get at and or refine; datz called S C A R C I T Y !!!
The Wealthy and Big Industry now own the lands surrounding our fresh water supplies [okay] the land surrounding it; pumping and bottling it before it ever reaches it's destination.
You've heard of the Great Lakes right? Check this... http://youtu.be/tx65EeLk4Ro?t=8m55s = Oh boy datz Jesse Ventura!! How about this then? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otrpxtAmDAk!! TIME TO GET OFF YOUR ASSets PEOPLE!!
*Yes, Graphene may be an up and coming savior but believe me all things come at a price.
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