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    Except for all that math.....that's the tough one. Millions and millions of shoppers and 58 comments.....I mean even if it was 1000 comments, millions upon millions of shoppers at CTC. Yeah, it's just that damn math thing.

    Sure only because you say so. It's actually up to 86 comments with some pretty funny ones at that. Do your bikes come with a free ride in the ambulance? That would help those poor moms who pay out of pocket for sending injured kids to the hospital. No math their at all. Only winning judgments.

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    Except for all that math.....that's the tough one. Millions and millions of shoppers and 58 comments.....I mean even if it was 1000 comments, millions upon millions of shoppers at CTC. Yeah, it's just that damn math thing.
    Yeah ... math can be tough for the Crappy People.

    It's not like millions of people were surveyed, and only 58 had anything negative to say, LOL!

    Or even that millions of people viewed Ellen's report.

    Nice twist there, Crappy Mathematicians!

    The story was read by some Canadian consumers, but not by all 34 million of them, lol.

    And some of the Canadian consumers who read it, also chose to post comments.

    Of those who posted comments, 74% were anti-Crappy Tire.

    Many more have opinions, but didn't post a comment.

    Many more have opinions, but didn't read the article.

    But if the sample we see is any indication, at least 75% of Canadians have strong anit-Crapppy Tire views.

    Simply polling Crappy Tire shoppers wouldn't give a true picture either, since this would miss the people who've decided to take there business elsewhere.

    This echos what we saw on the facebook page for Crappy Tire, where the majority of consumer comments were also anti-Crappy Tire - on their own page, LOL!

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    Except for all that math.....that's the tough one. Millions and millions of shoppers and 58 comments.....I mean even if it was 1000 comments, millions upon millions of shoppers at CTC. Yeah, it's just that damn math thing.
    What? No faker advocate comment on Ellens article? No glib remarks? You scared that the message is getting out there? A few comments came from self proclaimed " Canadian Tire die hard shoppers" who now shop elsewhere.

    But it's ok, funny math is on your side.

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    Hmmmm....that's some interesting math. Let's say that in total there are over 1000 consumer complaints about CTC.
    Now with over 180,000 shoppers at my store each year at my store alone, and multiply that across 500 stores (my store is actually small), I'm thinking that the vast vast majority just don't see it like you. I could be wrong, but the math and all.....nah. Then there's the other 600 sucks.com sites and multiple other consumer complaint blogs....not every business must be going out of business. Yeah, the math....it's just the math thing that has me skeptical....that damn math!
    I know math is hard for you! But don't let it get in the way of more expansions in the US and more acquisitions. What's a few hundred million or a billion anyways? It doesn't even matter if those numbers are in the red, because it makes it stand out even better.

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    I for one, like Canadian Tires.

    There's always room in their parking lots when I do my shopping at Walmart!

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    What? No faker advocate comment on Ellens article? No glib remarks? You scared that the message is getting out there? A few comments came from self proclaimed " Canadian Tire die hard shoppers" who now shop elsewhere.

    But it's ok, funny math is on your side.
    Ellen Roseman doesn't need to be a faker advocate....I'm sure she is well paid for her work as a columnist. She doesn't seem to be asking for donations like this site and 600 more sucks.com sites. And I've yet to see her advocate illegal activities either. Nope, just the anonymous faker advocates on here. Interesting.

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    I know math is hard for you! But don't let it get in the way of more expansions in the US and more acquisitions. What's a few hundred million or a billion anyways? It doesn't even matter if those numbers are in the red, because it makes it stand out even better.
    Ummm, still perplexed by the math of it all. I was so swamped with the customer traffic today, that I'm down right ticketed out. When I left at 5:00, I already had $8200.00 more in sales than this day last year. Then again it was the first day of the new flyer, and the deals were smokin'. Yeah, that math thing was kinda going my way all day today. And I have to say, it felt good to help so many people meet their needs.
    So back to the math....I had 83 customers through the tills before 10:00 a.m. (I open at 9). Just one small store, so I'm thinking that on this day alone 10's of thousands of customers will be helped. Yeah, that math just keeps jumping out....LOL!

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    Ellen Roseman doesn't need to be a faker advocate....I'm sure she is well paid for her work as a columnist. She doesn't seem to be asking for donations like this site and 600 more sucks.com sites. And I've yet to see her advocate illegal activities either. Nope, just the anonymous faker advocates on here. Interesting.
    So you agree with her then that crappys is bad to customers? Cool. Thanks. Mind if I park my car in your lot? I've got some shopping to do at Walmart.

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    So you agree with her then that crappys is bad to customers? Cool. Thanks. Mind if I park my car in your lot? I've got some shopping to do at Walmart.
    Actually I missed that "quote". Thanks for filling in your own blanks though. LMAO!

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    Ummm, still perplexed by the math of it all. I was so swamped with the customer traffic today, that I'm down right ticketed out. When I left at 5:00, I already had $8200.00 more in sales than this day last year. Then again it was the first day of the new flyer, and the deals were smokin'. Yeah, that math thing was kinda going my way all day today. And I have to say, it felt good to help so many people meet their needs.
    So back to the math....I had 83 customers through the tills before 10:00 a.m. (I open at 9). Just one small store, so I'm thinking that on this day alone 10's of thousands of customers will be helped. Yeah, that math just keeps jumping out....LOL!
    Kind of far fetched as the economy is weak and has been weakening since March. But hey whatever floats your boat, magic numbers and all

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