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    Way to go CT Haters. You defend a known and proven thief....in an incident that happened years ago none the less. Just like you defend practices of switching receipts and products to get new warranty on old products.

    Hope you sleep well at night knowing you're stealing and defending those who steal.

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    Way to go CT Haters. You defend a known and proven thief....in an incident that happened years ago none the less. Just like you defend practices of switching receipts and products to get new warranty on old products.

    Hope you sleep well at night knowing you're stealing and defending those who steal.
    For God's sake, what the Hell are you talking about???

    Nobody "defended" the person who was killed by the staff at the Crappy Tire store in Hamilton.

    It was simply pointed out that the Crappy People are publicly celebrating the death, at their own hands, of a fellow human-being.

    This is truly disgusting, and I'm surprised other Crappy Tire representatives are not outraged by this behaviour!

    It certainly sends a loud and powerful message about how the Crappy People value any small amount of money, over a human life.

    Nice job, Crappy People!

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    Just like you defend practices of switching receipts and products to get new warranty on old products.

    Hope you sleep well at night knowing you're stealing and defending those who steal.
    So typical of CT people to falsely accuse anyone who stands in their way.

    Did any consumers post here "defending" switching receipts and product or personal gain? No, of course not. The CT defenders would like you to think so, though.

    No, all that took place, was a hypothetical debate about whether or not this WOULD count as fraud, if a person had an identical, unopened item at home.

    And guess what? It was promptly and decisively proven that it is NOT fraud.

    (Did the Crappy Tire people back up their claim that customers had been "convicted" in this situation? Of course not!)

    There was also a discussion about returning unopened items within 90 days, if the item went on sale, then 're-buying' it.

    In this case, it was quicky revealed that the CT Defenders simply don't like to lose money this way, so they get all whiney when it happens. Who cares? Not savy consumers!

    Yes, the deep-seated hostility towards their fellow human being extends well beyond alleged theives, and to honest customers who simply out-smart CT Defenders.

    And regular readers of this forum will recognize how the hostility extends to any person who does not simply roll over to the desire of the CT Defenders, when it comes to letting Crappy Tire keep their money.

    Nice representation of your beloved company, Crappy Tire Defenders!

    Nice job!

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    Re: Crappy Tire's Financial State

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Way to go CT Haters. You defend a known and proven thief....in an incident that happened years ago none the less. Just like you defend practices of switching receipts and products to get new warranty on old products.

    Hope you sleep well at night knowing you're stealing and defending those who steal.
    More more more speeches triangle of crap #2 leader of the red shirts king of 9 to 5er minimum wage losers. Please pump us up so that we can take on the big red dot and make them go back to the USA, just like we wanted to do with homedepot, walmart. We showed them! We'll trust you like we did the first 2 times in the USA...victory is ours to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Way to go CT Haters. You defend a known and proven thief....in an incident that happened years ago none the less. Just like you defend practices of switching receipts and products to get new warranty on old products.

    Hope you sleep well at night knowing you're stealing and defending those who steal.
    We are not Ct haters. But You CT staffs are some disgusted human beings.
    Stealing is not right, but you CT folks believed killing a thief is right ?
    We wonder if anybody in their right mind would agree that a " death penalty " is right for a thief ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    We are not Ct haters. But You CT staffs are some disgusted human beings.
    Stealing is not right, but you CT folks believed killing a thief is right ?
    We wonder if anybody in their right mind would agree that a " death penalty " is right for a thief ?
    You're right, he didn't need to die. And he didn't need to steal and he didn't need to run. He even didn't have to have a previous criminal history. Kind of like saying someone with gang affiliation didn't need to be gunned down in a drive-by. Sorry man, when people make bad choices, criminal choices, bad shit happens. Risks come with danger....just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    You're right, he didn't need to die. And he didn't need to steal and he didn't need to run. He even didn't have to have a previous criminal history. Kind of like saying someone with gang affiliation didn't need to be gunned down in a drive-by. Sorry man, when people make bad choices, criminal choices, bad shit happens. Risks come with danger....just sayin.
    Another reason not to shop at CT. So following CT's logic...they could suspect anybody, they will chase, your grandmother could run and have a heart attack or stand there and get knocked down by 6 goons and suffocate. They will make up reasons i.e. thief, they will smear your name when you're dead. You could die from the experience. They've gotten away with it and it could happen again....just sayin.

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    Another reason not to shop at CT. So following CT's logic...they could suspect anybody, they will chase, your grandmother could run and have a heart attack or stand there and get knocked down by 6 goons and suffocate. They will make up reasons i.e. thief, they will smear your name when you're dead. You could die from the experience. They've gotten away with it and it could happen again....just sayin.
    Well documented the guy had a criminal past, ran, etc. Defend thieves all you want, the majority doesn't side with you.

    Harper gov't may change Criminal Code after Chen case - CTV News

    Maybe it would be better if people just didn't steal.

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    OK, CT Geniuses, maybe you can answer a couple of questions:

    - If Crappy Tire's debt went up by $1 billion, but only $400 million were needed to pay off Forzani's debt, where did the other $600 million go?

    - If Crappy Tire's store revenue (including PartSource and auto service labour) is LOWER by .7%, how can they claim "Growth" of 1.9%?

    Just curious, since you are all "geniuses" and everything ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    OK, CT Geniuses, maybe you can answer a couple of questions:

    - If Crappy Tire's debt went up by $1 billion, but only $400 million were needed to pay off Forzani's debt, where did the other $600 million go?

    - If Crappy Tire's store revenue (including PartSource and auto service labour) is LOWER by .7%, how can they claim "Growth" of 1.9%?

    Just curious, since you are all "geniuses" and everything ...
    You should really do your own research, but in the meantime there are professionals that can help you.

    Canadian Tire is A Buy; Update on STN, RCI, SCCO

    Stock Quote - The Globe and Mail

    I think that the people that pour over the books on a daily basis have better insight than the rantings of a faker, know nothing, on this site. They seem to think CTC is a buy, even with it's wonky share structure.

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