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  #1176589 15-Nov-2014 23:19
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21brandon21: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78yigV0GYGQ No excuses m8.


Who's making excuses? Businesses exist to make as much money as they can. That is reality, anything else is just noise.

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  #1176599 16-Nov-2014 00:22
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Also good luck selling a container full of a single size and color of shoes in a market as small as nz. If you want to start mixing and matching container contents then expect to pay a lot more for the goods.




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  #1176673 16-Nov-2014 10:58
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richms: Also good luck selling a container full of a single size and color of shoes in a market as small as nz. If you want to start mixing and matching container contents then expect to pay a lot more for the goods.


But not THAT much more.





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  #1177306 17-Nov-2014 12:23
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Geektastic:
richms: Also good luck selling a container full of a single size and color of shoes in a market as small as nz. If you want to start mixing and matching container contents then expect to pay a lot more for the goods.


But not THAT much more.


There is no point sitting on a forum complaining about such things.  Either move to a country where you think you will be better off overall, purchase elsewhere (eg over the internet) where you think you will get a better price, or accept you live in a remote country where the prices are higher.

BTW I do not condone the high prices in this country.  I feel for my situation living in NZ is overall beneficial for me so I live with the situation (and purchase online wherever practical).

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