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Old 23.04.2021, 10:57
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Re: Ripoff: Charging per minute to be told products won't work

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You don't need to know what the OP bought or didn't and he already stated that he didn't want to go into it.
Need? What's that got to do with it? The OP didn't _need_ to post such a rant in the first place, but if he expects sympathy. he _needs_ to provide enough information for us to sympathise with him.
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Re: Ripoff: Charging per minute to be told products won't work

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Need? What's that got to do with it? The OP didn't _need_ to post such a rant in the first place, but if he expects sympathy. he _needs_ to provide enough information for us to sympathise with him.
To keep the discussion alive and because it's Friday, let's assume that the OP bought a dead horse.
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To keep the discussion alive and because it's Friday, let's assume that the OP bought a dead horse.
Ah!And all of a sudden we understand the urgency in the matter. The dead horse starting to smell. But what would be the fault/malfunction in a dead horse? Not dead enough?
I heard a politician use "worstest" the other day. I guess there is dead, deader, deadest by now.
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Old 23.04.2021, 11:58
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To keep the discussion alive and because it's Friday, let's assume that the OP bought a dead horse.
Horse meat is meat. So, I guess the problem is that the dead horse was not kept below -14°C during delivery.
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Horse meat is meat. So, I guess the problem is that the dead horse was not kept below -14°C during delivery.
Our company’s policy is to ensure that horses are always kept at -18°C and (!) we add a rustic sledge to enhance vertical stability once the rider finally gives up
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