Well now! Great timing. COSTCO sent me a "FREE Costco Card! Need some help. I would like to tell them to go pound sand in as many languages as I can. Any help?
Red, FYI...Costco doesn't send out free cards. It doesn't need to...I'm calling you on your above statement...I'm thinking it's bogus.
Unfortunately, there is no free Costco membership or trial period where you can walk up to the door and get some kind of magic wristband for a day, or something.
If you’d simply like to see what the store has to offer, you are welcome to enter and walk around as a guest of a member. To buy goods, however, you must be a member or have a member make the purchase.....
http://20somethingfinance.com/shop-cost ... embership/
If it didn't sell at Costco, maybe it was because it was stacked behind the econo-crates of printer toner and the 100-pound bags of dog food. Since Costco is only interested in selling books that people want to buy, I'm sure we'll see it back on display in a day or two. Right?
Yep, and by feeding the fire how is it you are helping out?I am in awe of the sheer hypocrisy and utter gall of this question. I need a couple of aspirin.
If the Angels want to release Mike Trout and let him join another team, they have the right. Just don't tell us it's because the guy couldn't hit.
Well, actually three, I'll throw in a baby booby too.
MDDad, I like conservatives like D’Souza and others who are defining this ascendant strain of victim conservatism by a man they deem aloof, unfocused and not terribly competent. Yet somehow D'Souza would have us believe that he has somehow managed in six short years to transform a nation once defined by staggering individual initiative and entrepreneurial abundance into a land of takers. And to D'Souza's credit, he has an audience willing to send him millions of dollars to preach it.
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