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Is this an opinion piece, or does this the "journalist" feel it necessary to point to the fact that a company does not have a soul?
Feel sorry for the guy, and what a classless move by the airline, but how about some journalistic integrity?
Ask your friends and read reviews about these sites before you use them. I've heard plenty bad about Gazelle. Check out their Reseller Ratings:
I can't speak for the other one, but from what I've heard and read, Gazelle is a bait and switch. You'll be better off wi...more
If you went to "famous" tax preparers for quotes, you probably aren't following this article's advice. The big companies pay temp workers to fill in the blanks and collect a nominal fee ($150-$200) as you stated. You should ask around, or Google around, for a local tax preparer that will provide tax serv...more
This article is ridiculous. The author is comparing mostly prepared foods from a grocery store with restaurant food. When comparing apples to apples (no pun intended), the grocery store prepared food should come out slightly cheaper. It doesn't in this case because the author is comparing a high quality grocery stor...more
One final note from me:
The delivery fee is no substitute for a tip. As established. the driver sees a fraction of the delivery fee, not even enough to cover his transportation costs. If you can't afford to tip in addition to the cost of the pizza and delivery fee, you can't afford the pizza. Choose another meal.
I agree - the fee is completely reasonable, but your justification is not what actually happens. The driver sees little of the fee, not nearly enough to cover his/her vehicle wear and tear and gas. The author is right - the fee is not used for an appropriate purpose. It pads the parlor's profit instea...more
I delivered for Domino's when I was in college 2 years ago. The delivery fee was $2.00. I got $0.55 per delivery. My deliveries could be as far as 12 miles away (one-way) and gas was $4/gallon. I complained multiple times that the delivery compensation did not even cover gas, much less vehicle wear and tear, but I ...more
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