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Re: consumer rant

To: "Frank Clarici" <spritenut@comcast.net>
Subject: Re: consumer rant
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 18:10:19 -0600
Cc: Spridgets <spridgets@autox.team.net>
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C'mon Frank, stop holding back.
Tell us how you REALLY feel!!!!


On 2/19/06, Frank Clarici <spritenut@comcast.net> wrote:
> My Italian design outside lights came in.
> Made in MF china by CS chinks, designed by Luigi CHINKovelli.
> Ok, I know I lost out on finding ANYTHING made by round eyes.
> I go to install them, now my electric box is a standard box, has been
> there since at least 1950 and they have been standard since 1920.
> But buy a chinese POS fixture and it comes with a metal backplate that
> only works if your eyes are slanted.
> Cut the plate, weld a washer to it, powdercoat it because it will rust
> in a week if I didn't, and install the lights.
> Now on th replacing the phone in the garage.
> All the phones they sell are cheap crap, some are expensive cheap crap.
> This one wasn't worth the box it came in.
> So should I throw it out at home? I know, I should have just bought it
> and tossed it in the dumpster at the store, this saves time and
> aggravation. And I know this but I didn't do it.
> My Bosch jig saw which I have owned for 12-15 years has been acting up
> so I go to buy a new bosch jig saw only to see they are now made in PRC
> Or by MF chinks in the Peoples republic of Friggin china.
> Might as well go to wally world and by a skill saw cause it's the same
> crap at 1/10th the price. Just throw it out on my way out of the store
> to save aggravation.
> So what will I do for a jig saw in the future?
> Beats me. I won't buy chink tools.
> But maybe a milwaukee? Nah, korean made crap these days.
> So I take my old Bosch jig saw apart to see what's up with it only to
> find the Bosch jig saw blades bought at home DEFECT were the cause of
> the problem! Cheap chink made saw blades. The problem started with a new
> blade out of a new pack the other day. Home cheapo crap made in china by
> a useless breed of good for NOTHING people.
> --
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ

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