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Old 09-03-2012, 10:01 AM
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Originally Posted by monster76 View Post
i am always looking on ebay for broken tools to buy cheap and then warranty lol
And people wonder why (whine about) the high prices of things. It's sad that manufacturers have to build the costs of fraudulent warranty into what they sell.

We just hired a young guy, and the first impression is that he seems like a hard-worker. I told him the other day that I had just caught a rock in my new windshield on the way to the dump.

He "suggested" that I follow a gravel truck, get the plate number ... and jot down the time and approximate location. When I get home, hit the windshield with a ball-pein hammer, then phone the gravel truck company in order to get a "free" windshield.

I doubt that he even knows that he's completely un-done any respect that I'd had for him. I despise sleasiness ... can you tell?
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