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    Re: When a Warranty Isn?t a Warranty

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    Somebody remove this imbecile.
    good luck with that... isn't there a whole forum about freedom of speech. If ya dont like it leave buddy.

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    good luck with that... isn't there a whole forum about freedom of speech. If ya dont like it leave buddy.
    Might want to take another look ; Canadian Tire Sucks Forum - Forum Rules

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    Might want to take another look ; Canadian Tire Sucks Forum - Forum Rules
    While i agree with your sentiment I would like to point out that every post made my me and many others is responded too by instant vulgar insults AND THREATS. If the adminitstraion wants to clean house they will have to do so for many and there would not be much of a site left when done. Also while i agree my response could have done with out profanity my point is that these people can dish it out but not take it.

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    While i agree with your sentiment I would like to point out that every post made my me and many others is responded too by instant vulgar insults AND THREATS. If the adminitstraion wants to clean house they will have to do so for many and there would not be much of a site left when done. Also while i agree my response could have done with out profanity my point is that these people can dish it out but not take it.
    One of the main problems is because the admin allows GUESTS to post. You can't have a conversation with anyone on here because people are hiding behind guest postings. What's the point of replying when you don't know who you are replying to, and others who have replied don't know if you are replying to them or someone else unless you all use the Quoted replies.

    But yes, I entirely agree with what you said. It does not matter how what you say, how accurate and true it is, people are most-all one-sided here. They ask a question but what's the point in replying when they are not ready to hear the answer?

    It just seems that someone can ask.. What time does XXXXX store open and close at? And someone would reply swearing at you, accusing you of lying, or some other THREATS. There are some VERY immature youngsters on here. It's very uncommon for actual ADULTS to act in the way that other act on here.

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    Re: When a Warranty Isn?t a Warranty

    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    One of the main problems is because the admin allows GUESTS to post. You can't have a conversation with anyone on here because people are hiding behind guest postings. What's the point of replying when you don't know who you are replying to, and others who have replied don't know if you are replying to them or someone else unless you all use the Quoted replies.

    But yes, I entirely agree with what you said. It does not matter how what you say, how accurate and true it is, people are most-all one-sided here. They ask a question but what's the point in replying when they are not ready to hear the answer?

    It just seems that someone can ask.. What time does XXXXX store open and close at? And someone would reply swearing at you, accusing you of lying, or some other THREATS. There are some VERY immature youngsters on here. It's very uncommon for actual ADULTS to act in the way that other act on here.
    Laughable, coming from a guy called "CT_MANAGER". Put your name on here and what location you work at. We'll see who's hiding then.

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    Laughable, coming from a guy called "CT_MANAGER". Put your name on here and what location you work at. We'll see who's hiding then.
    Interesting, who's the one posting as a guest? I have at least created an account. Why don't you? How does anyone know who a reply is directed to when you are posting anonymously

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    Interesting, who's the one posting as a guest? I have at least created an account. Why don't you? How does anyone know who a reply is directed to when you are posting anonymously
    Come on now. Name and location. Otherwise all your ravings about this are moot.

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    you first. you were the one to start it. And besides what to say anyone would be telling the truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    you first. you were the one to start it. And besides what to say anyone would be telling the truth
    Well we know for sure you wouldn't be, since you represent Canadian Tire.

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    Well we know for sure you wouldn't be, since you represent Canadian Tire.
    hehe ignorant little peon. go cry to momma

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