Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by rah, Dec 4, 2019.
All the singers park in the cheep parking.
You mean like this?
It's a funny world where "let's scrap OAP subsidies and let them fend for themselves" is considered being on the left.
Also theres usually a resident caretaker who checks that the residents are ok and the houses may be adapted to make life easier for the elderly.
Income-based discounts aren't taken up by everyone entitled to them because of stigma.
No not that. I was able to find it though.
In 2012, JC Penney tried doing away with sales and instead instated "fair and square" pricing. It didn't work out.
I was just joking remembering those stupid rollback ads like hey check our everyday low prices! Walmart still has sales too though. I find Kohl's to be the most ridiculous. Nothing is ever regular price and Kohl's and they always have monthly % off your entire purchase coupons. But then on your receipt it says guess what you saved 99% today! cus they base it off the original retail prices that nobody pays. In reality you might save like 10-20%. Still nice clothing for cheap but it's a marketing trick that everything is always on sale.
Also kind of funny, those My Pillow ads that used to always show a sale where it was 2 for $49 or whatever, well they got hit by the fcc or whomever regulates that stuff for advertising a sale on their pillows when it was actually always that price. The deal was the regular price. So they had to change their ad.
Everything I get from Walmart seems to break, so I've stopped going there.
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