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Thread: Paying $2 service charge for delivered newspapers

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    Default Re: Paying $2 service charge for delivered newspapers

    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    1 extra buck x many many people = $$$$

    I dont mind everyone here give me 1 buck.
    well, at least they work for it instead of begging for it.

    no cyberbegging here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003 View Post
    with the higher service charge, i am looking into if buying it off the newstand is viable too. for some, $1 more as claimed is 'nothing'. but, look it in totality, against the rising costs of energy(which impacts almost all spheres of life), foods, etc. last month, inflation 6%+.
    looking from different perspective...

    to people who can afford to have their papers delivered at their comfort, 1 buck for a month is nothing...

    just think about what u can do with 1 buck in a month...

    like vince say, 1 buck from many = fortune, ya, same thing, your 1 buck is rather insignificant in itself, but it can offset their cost.

    last time, people ask what can you buy with 10 cents, now, well, what can u buy with 1/30 bucks in a day? you probably can buy comfort of papers to your home...
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    I think we were discussing quantum, not merit of an increase. You're now reverting to merit of an increase, and not quantum.

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    well, at least they work for it instead of begging for it.

    no cyberbegging here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    I think we were discussing quantum, not merit of an increase. You're now reverting to merit of an increase, and not quantum.
    u mean can only discuss as per what u wanna see type of response?
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    Not what I wanna see as you allege, but what my original comment was intended to address.

    Read up again. YOu dismissed quantum, I rebutted quantum, then you probably admitted quantum but then shifted to merits (by saying "BUT they worked for it").

    Anyway no sense in to and fro, its pretty clear. Maybe you're only discussing as per what you want to see.

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    u mean can only discuss as per what u wanna see type of response?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    Not what I wanna see as you allege, but what my original comment was intended to address.

    Read up again. YOu dismissed quantum, I rebutted quantum, then you probably admitted quantum but then shifted to merits (by saying "BUT they worked for it").

    Anyway no sense in to and fro, its pretty clear. Maybe you're only discussing as per what you want to see.
    cheem...

    u might wanna explain quantum and merits... somehow, i dun get your point in this arguement have anything to do with that 1 buck...

    just my 1 buck worth...
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    its okay, not necessary then.

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