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post #8776 of 15115
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Originally Posted by Biscotti View Post

I couldn't do beer swap (felony to receive alcohol in the mail in KY).

Felony to send it anywhere with USPS IIRC.

Everybody just uses FedEx or ups which don't count as mail. Still against their rules... But just don't tell them what is inside the box.
post #8777 of 15115
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Felony to send it anywhere with USPS IIRC.

Everybody just uses FedEx or ups which don't count as mail. Still against their rules... But just don't tell them what is inside the box.
post #8778 of 15115
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post


Brad Pitt is especially horrible for even him in that scene.
post #8779 of 15115
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

I almost signed up for the secret santa beer swap but chickened out.

We'll prolly do it again next year. It's not over yet but so far it seems very successful. None of the issues with the DT santa swaps. One potentially problem box but we'll see
post #8780 of 15115
My coworker made an observation that I like emailing companies a lot and asking them questions. I realize my girlfriend also noted this about me. I never really thought about it, but I think they are right. I am sitting here thinking that recently I have indeed emailed several companies. Let's take a look:


I emailed Figi, the artesian water company to ask them if their CEO David Gilmour was the same David Gilmour from Pink Floyd (he isn't)
I emailed Sweet and Low to to tell them that since their name is Sweet and "Low" their logo should be a bass clef rather than a Treble clef (turns out the music staff on their logo is because the words "sweet and low" appear in a song by Sir Joseph Barnby, which took the phrase from a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson)
I emailed Dr. Bronners to suggest they make an organic aloe product for a moisturizer for people with oily skin because coconut oil is too oily, for us greaseballs. Also, I asked them to make a line of their hand and body soaps with some sort of coffee shavings, or sand or something for exfoliation on the face.
I emailed Starbucks to ask about brew temperatures in their Clover machines for different bean origins (they are assholes and gave me the run around)

That's all I can think of at the moment, but I am sure there are more.
Edited by patrickBOOTH - 12/24/13 at 6:49am
post #8781 of 15115
What I don't get is, where do broken hearts go?



Do they find their way home?
post #8782 of 15115
Patty, how do you like the Dr. Bronner's stuff? Any products you would recommend?
post #8783 of 15115
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Patty, how do you like the Dr. Bronner's stuff? Any products you would recommend?

The Hemp Almond soap smells really good
post #8784 of 15115
I use the Tea Tree and Shikake hand and body soap from head to toe. I use the Citrus Conditioning Rinse on my hair after I wash it, I use the Tea Tree Shave Soap, and the Organic Coconut Oil on my face after I shave. I'm a die hard Bronner's guy as you can see.
post #8785 of 15115
Do you subscribe to his weird religion?
post #8786 of 15115
I didn't know he had one, but if you want to buy me the DVD set for Christmas I'll gladly accept. smile.gif
post #8787 of 15115
pB, you are a relationship and marketing managers wet dream.
post #8788 of 15115
Why?
post #8789 of 15115
Because in their minds customers always want to engage, understand and appreciate their brand, but 99.999% of the time no one gives a shit gives a shit what colour the first McDonalds napkin was. It's nice to know there is at least one person out there to justify their salary.
post #8790 of 15115
I love that stuff.
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