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Old 08-09-2012, 05:03 AM   #448
Louisa May
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RiverIsis, I think we have a good answer: it's the popularity of the products along with people's willingness to gamble. As long as popular tastes don't change, they're in business. I'm cautious and won't gamble a cent of my hard earned money, and my tastes are inconsistent and all over the place so I'll stay away. Their poor customer service saves them a ton of money, and they know their market well enough to gamble on their products' popularity. What their business practices do to them as individuals, we can't know. Only rare individuals are able to see what goes around comes around in a personal sense.
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