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after 32 years in retail I can tell you that my explanation fits for at least 33% of the people that I have worked with .


I'm there with you,, will be 38 yrs in August



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So if you didn't bother reporting it to management, why is it worth telling us?


I should think that we are a great deal more fun to discuss it with than management would be.




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So if you didn't bother reporting it to management, why is it worth telling us?


So that you don't repeat the same mistake twice? Some of us are slow learners, myself included.
 
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if you didn't bother reporting it to management, why is it worth telling us?
I certainly appreciate a "heads-up" when somebody has experienced a problem. I might want to know about it in order to avoid the same problem myself.



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So if you didn't bother reporting it to management, why is it worth telling us?


I should think that we are a great deal more fun to discuss it with than management would be.


That's usually the case. How ya been?




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OK, I understand you don't like somebody else to cause damage, but ... it's a truck. The bed and wheel wells are eventually going to get scratched and dinged up if you carry anything in it, which is what we normally buy trucks for.
 
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OK, I understand you don't like somebody else to cause damage, but ... it's a truck. The bed and wheel wells are eventually going to get scratched and dinged up if you carry anything in it, which is what we normally buy trucks for.


Which is precisely why I didn't pitch a fit. The truck is 5 years old and has been used as a truck the whole time. Dings, dents and scratches are part of the job.

There's a difference between an accident and carelessness tho.




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Might be worth the extra money to get all you need delivered.


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