I guess I'll drop $298 for one at Michael Kors...Vanity Vanity, thy name is woman.
When men find out their wives have dropped $298 on a TOTE BAG, they don't want counseling, they want a divorce attorney. And these 50-something women wonder why they're going to die alone...pathetic.
Yes, Jane had just flown from Denver where she was doing a Pot story, to Las Vegas so she was baked and hallucinating....
Yes, exactly.....why bump that drivel with a response?
Since millions just buy the drip coffee, they are too lazy to brew apparently......
Perhaps the Dizzy Blonde had one too many?
I found your response to be very hurtful.....
So true, if they can mismanage this VIA fiasco and still break records, this company is a thing to behold.
At the San Diego park, you could tell services were gutted. Cleaning of the seating areas between shows eliminated. Park food carts and dispensaries closed, forcing people to jam into the larger vending venues causing chaos. The Sea World Tower ride broken and staying that way through year-end. You can see the shabbiness, the lack of cleanliness, the cost-cutting. No wonder profitability stayed the same on falling revenue.
$3.00 off any VIA purchase. I've been a fan of Starbucks FOREVER. And I have not seen discounting mechanisms of this magnitude. A while back they had a special bin in my store where you could buy products for the troops overseas and put them in that bin....as an act of patriotism. That bin was overloaded with VIA and I knew exactly what happened. The store manager, unable to sell ANY of his VIA before it went stale, put it ALL in that bin. Better to send it to the troops with 90 days of shelf life left than to hurl it in a dumpster out-back. The final tell is Costco, they stopped selling VIA because there was inadequate demand. Give it up Howard, just admit failure and move-on.
Am I a GoPro now?
Yes, it's free and I simply won't visit celebrity Facebook pages anymore because messages are gushing with nothing but positives. Facebook allows celebrities to completely manage their social media in their favor....at least on Facebook anyway. Facebook should charge them an advertising fee.
And the post was removed and I was banned from positing on the page forever. And while you may argue that it's her page and her handlers and agency people can edit and block posters as they please, I argue that this is a huge take-away. After all, it means that every facebook page becomes a cheerleading page for it's owner.....Twitter is the same way apparently.
That was uncalled for. I found your reply to be very hurtful....please get-right with God Sir.
So, once again,, I'm flying SW out of Harrisburg and as usual, I'm getting the "this seat is saved" BS from my fellow passengers. That's the game, where passengers game Southwest's open seating system in an attempt to keep the middle seat free. There's always a spouse in the restroom, imagine that, couldn't go before boarding the plane?...oh well, that's people for you. So, finally, after hearing several BS excuses on why I can't sit next to someone, I wait for the Flight Attendant to find me somewhere to sit. After experiencing the glare of several passengers. That's the "don't you dare put that fatman next to me" glare. They finally seat me next to this adorable little girl, who is too young to have learned the evil stare. I sit next to her and she asks me if I stink. I chuckle and say "I hope not" And she says, her mommy tells her that fat people sweat a lot and that makes them stink. I nod and say that's probably true. She then innocently asks, in her own way, how I'm able to live with myself being the way I am. This little girl treated me like I had leprosy or something. After takeoff, I went down to the lavatory, and had a good cry. That little girl could be a Southwest spokesman for how she treated me. I hate you Southwest with all my heart and soul.
They just need a strategic partner to Rebrand.....all you need is a single powerful concept. Like the Harry Potter World that's opened up down in Florida. If only WaterWorld has a sequel.....oh well.
Honest opinions on products can be as valuable as any investment advice. If I have a bad experience with something their selling, don't you want to hear about. it. For example, I CONSTANTLY see coupons in the newspaper insert coupon section for VIA instant coffee. No other product, it's always VIA. From that, yoiu can infer that VIA is an abject failure. Now Corporations are pretty clever, they're not going to tell you that one specific product is biting the big one. You'll find out when you read that IT"S GONE in the Wall Street Journal. Now in my opinion, VIA is toast. Bad product, Bad ending. And you can bank on it.
They are the worst things for small creatures. Their stores are DEATH CAMPS....
The Japanese found the concept much too simple to be considered....so they rejected the idea....and here's GoPro.....