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    "Carleton Place chemical spill kept under wraps for 12 years"

    The town bought the former Canadian Tire site for $1, but it may have been anything but a bargain. The town could be on the hook for more than $1 million in clean-up costs, as well as decades of monitoring.

    YourOttawaRegion Article: Carleton Place chemical spill kept under wraps for 12 years

    Nice job, Crappy Tire!

    Be sure to continue accusing innocent customers of "fraud" when they want to return products that don't even work.
    Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Oh no.....it's a conspiracyyyyyyyy! LOL!

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    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet):

    In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory,[2] extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[3] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.[4]

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    Re: Canadian Tire Owners and Employees: Charges, Convictions, Investigations

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "Carleton Place chemical spill kept under wraps for 12 years"

    The town bought the former Canadian Tire site for $1, but it may have been anything but a bargain. The town could be on the hook for more than $1 million in clean-up costs, as well as decades of monitoring.

    YourOttawaRegion Article: Carleton Place chemical spill kept under wraps for 12 years

    Nice job, Crappy Tire!

    Be sure to continue accusing innocent customers of "fraud" when they want to return products that don't even work.
    Yet another rip-off brought to you by the "honest" people who run the Crappy Tire Corporation.

    Anybody willing to dig up more dirt on this now-closed location?

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    Interesting about Crappy Tire's responsibility for repairs to vehicles damaged while in its care.

    Hereís a case form Quebec, where a Crappy Employee got into an accident in a customerís vehicle, on a public road.

    The store first tried to get the customer to go through the customerís own insurance company, but the customer didnít want the accident on their own record.

    Then, the store said they didnít have to cover that damages, because when their employee damaged the customerís vehicle, it was on a public road.

    Next, Crappy Tire tried to blame someone named Dimitrios Kunturas, for reasons that arenít clear in the court documents.

    In the end, the judge decided that the Crappy Employee had cause the damage to the customerís car, so Crappy Tire should reimburse the customer.

    Iím not sure what would have happened if the customer hadnít been able to prove that the Crappy Employee caused the accident.

    CanLII - 2006 QCCQ 16618 (CanLII)

    Bottom line: be very careful who you give your keys to - certainly not Crappy Tire, who won't own up to their own errors.

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    It's a conspiracyyyyyyyy! Thanks for the insight faker advocate.
    We'll talk about the donate button on this (and other) sites related to the owner in a bit.

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    Yup, it looks like we'll be stuck with another day of repetitive posts from the Angry Lying Troll.

    The principle of Ďfree speechí says that even the CT Angry Lying Troll can post here.

    The principle of Ďcommon senseí says you should disregard their lies and troll posts.

    Keep that in mind, during the coming deluge of crap, LOL!

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    Interesting about Crappy Tire's responsibility for repairs to vehicles damaged while in its care.

    Hereís a case form Quebec, where a Crappy Employee got into an accident in a customerís vehicle, on a public road.

    The store first tried to get the customer to go through the customerís own insurance company, but the customer didnít want the accident on their own record.

    Then, the store said they didnít have to cover that damages, because when their employee damaged the customerís vehicle, it was on a public road.

    Next, Crappy Tire tried to blame someone named Dimitrios Kunturas, for reasons that arenít clear in the court documents.

    In the end, the judge decided that the Crappy Employee had cause the damage to the customerís car, so Crappy Tire should reimburse the customer.

    Iím not sure what would have happened if the customer hadnít been able to prove that the Crappy Employee caused the accident.

    CanLII - 2006 QCCQ 16618 (CanLII)

    Bottom line: be very careful who you give your keys to - certainly not Crappy Tire, who won't own up to their own errors.
    does anyone know if this law applies only to quebec?

    what about all the people we read about whos vehicles are damage by ct staff in other provinces?

    this accident took place ona public road. will a judge force crappy to pay if it happened just in a parking lot?

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    I like how faker advocate throws out a question, and then answers his own post using another personality.

    Must be trying desperately to grow his e-commerce site. Looks like this one isn't doing to well. Donation box looking a little empty.

    Maybe the conspiracy sites make more money, they definitely get more traffic....LOL

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    does anyone know if this law applies only to quebec?

    what about all the people we read about whos vehicles are damage by ct staff in other provinces?

    this accident took place ona public road. will a judge force crappy to pay if it happened just in a parking lot?
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