@sherlock I generally don't trust leaving things outside for pickup, especially since at that point, I'm on the hook for it getting back to the seller. Otherwise, Fedex is a little less of a hassle since they bought Kinkos but UPS is usually a single location miles away from civilization and/or they have horrible hours.
@qwer1234 Cause returning things online is a hassle. So I don't buy clothes online unless it's somewhere I can return in a store. I really only buy things online that are extraordinary deals or things I don't mind waiting for.
"what might happen if Richard III and Lady Macbeth were married and decided to take over Washington, DC" Love this description.
@forget it i quit Can't believe I did an 's.
Boycott's aren't supposed to be easy! These are companies. Companies respond to one thing: money or the loss thereof.
Isn't it similar in the US? You can deduct uniforms that would not be considered normal street clothes.
@andnowlights He's saying that if you consider that to be a middle-class lifestyle then you're likely overspending.
@WalkinOnBy When I had an S3, I just bought a second battery. Loved that part about the phone!
@Caitlin with a C Back in the dotcom era, tech vendors used to give out O'Reilly books which was basically giving out cash since they sold on half.com for $20-$30. One conference, I got so many books I shipped a box home since they weighed too much to check in. Also went to a Food Network event where they gave out a Waterford crystal goblet for wine tasting and a handy Food Network pen on a keychain for rating the wines.
But you guys, it's not just a class signifier between those who ski and those who don't, but also between those who ski occasionally vs those who go every weekend. And then on top of that, it also shows the mountains you ski on, so you could be a Poconos skier (which, haha look at the poor people try to get down the hill) or a Killington every weekend person (with requisite Audi Quattro parked in front of your ski in ski out weekend rental), or the ultimate, the Aspen regular. To be honest, that's where the real competition was, the oneupmanship among the regular skiers.