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104294 No. 104294 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Despite the best of intentions, the bi-monthly release of fish into Daming Lake in Jinan, Shandong has resulted in an ecological disaster, with upwards of 50 kilograms of dead fish collected from the lake each day.

The lake has become a popular place to perform the traditional Buddhist ritual of fangsheng (放生), whereby animals are rescued from captivity and released back into the natural environment to signify harmony with nature.

Performed on the first and 15th day of each lunar month, residents spend thousands of yuan to purchase live fish and release them into Daming Lake. Approximately 20,000 fish, weighing 5,000 kilograms are released into the lake each month.

Park official Su Jian said some 60 to 70 percent of the fish released into the lake don’t survive because they aren’t indigenous species and cannot adapt to the local environment:

On some days, the amount is close to 100 kilograms. In a month, we collect an average of about 1,500 kilograms of dead fish.

Fish aren’t the only concern. The lake’s lotus fields are being decimated, and the local wildlife is quickly disappearing. Park Director, Yang Junguo, warned of a complete collapse of the lake ecosystem. According to Yang, local wildlife like prawns, rock turtles, and water rats are quickly disappearing, while non-local wildlife like catfish, frogs, and eels are now appearing in greater numbers.

Perhaps most alarming is the emergence of online photos of residents releasing snapping turtles into the lake. Snapping turtles are not indigenous to Daming Lake, and have no known predators in the habitat, only increasing the probability of the ecosystem’s collapse.
Last week local officials started to discourage residents from releasing wildlife into the lake, however the damage at this point seems irreparable.
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>> No. 104500 ID: 88c84e
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>> No. 104501 ID: 88c84e
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>> No. 104502 ID: 88c84e
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And that's what I have in the fur department.
>> No. 104505 ID: 074aba
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yiff in hell
>> No. 104508 ID: 88c84e
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But... this fur was torn brutally from killed animals and used as rugs, blankets and coats. Not people dressing up as animals to engage in some truly strange behavior.
More kinky fur-related (although not furry) stuff here:

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104191 No. 104191 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

One of the main criticisms of the modern era of industrialized, plastic-wrapped meat is that it completely detaches consumers from the brutal slaughter endured by millions of cows every year.

But sadly, the bottom line is that most people don’t really care where their meat comes from, or how it gets to their plates, which is probably all the better considering that Congress just repealed a labeling law that required retailers to state the country of origin of certain types of meat.

But one Seattle startup called CrowdCow is using social media and an innovative business model to combat this trend by letting users select cuts of beef from cows whose faces they can actually see. Each cow is separated into 50 “shares” and is not slaughtered until every share is sold, ensuring maximum freshness and sustainability.

In essence, CrowdCow are crowdsourcing entire cows. After users have selected the breed, cut, and rancher of their choosing, the cow is butchered, packaged, barcoded, and finally shipped to buyers in cold storage containers.

“We are literally buying a cow and every share that we portion out came from that animal,” CrowdCow co-founder Joe Heitzeberg told KOMO News. “When you go to the grocery store, it’s typically mystery meat, you have no idea where it came from, whereas we think it should be marketed, sold and experienced like a microbrew or like wine.” In doing so, CrowdCow is lowering overhead costs and putting urban consumers directly in touch with small ranchers.

Heitzeberg claims that it takes roughly 60 purchasers to buy a whole cow, but that it usually only takes a few hours for all shares of the animal to be sold on the company’s website. “So you claim your share, rally your friends, tip the cow, and become a steak holder,” Heitzeberg said. “The puns are endless.”

Happy cows, happy ranchers, and puns. What’s not to like?
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>> No. 104396 ID: 88c84e
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Do you like to fry ground bison in butter or bacon fat in order to make it less dry?

- The truly craveable bite was the juicy, pork belly-topped bison burger ($15.95), a study in contrasts. The lean patty is well-seasoned and expertly grilled, the pork brings the decadence, pickled shallots pop and creamy harissa-cilantro mayo blends everything together. http://lasvegasweekly.com/dining/2014/nov/26/bite-now-bison-burger-crave/
>> No. 104503 ID: 06a0fb
Not much available here in WI for dry-cured bacon, and I don't like to use the wet-cured bacon grease for cooking because that's mainly water so you just boil or steam crap with it.

So, when I can find the bison, I use butter.
>> No. 104504 ID: 88c84e
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Went to Crave Burgers and had the Love Stinks burger: roasted garlic cream cheese, more garlic, onions, roasted red pepper, red pepper aioli. $11, drinks not included. Messy but very good. If you want a buffalo patty, it's $3 extra. Still, not as good as that $10 fillet mignon burger at Gabriel's, but they are not open for lunch.
>> No. 104506 ID: 88c84e
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Crave's Love Stinks - Not only did this burger win the Judges' Choice for best burger (in Denver), it also won the People's Choice -- an unprecedented accomplishment in the Burger Battle competition thus far. Here's how they won it: a healthy spread of garlic cream cheese, "more garlic", onions, roasted red peppers, and red pepper aioli. Oh, and bacon. Lots of bacon. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/denver-burger-battle

But this sounded terrific as well:
Humboldt's Humboldt Burger - Eavesdropping is ruder than whatever the hell that dude is singing about in that "Rude" song, but we couldn't help but hear a multitude of people raving about the local beef + bacon patty, crispy onion strips, Tillamook cheddar, and onion jam burger.
>> No. 104507 ID: 88c84e
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Fuku Burger's Buta Burger - with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Pickled Red Onions and Ginger with Japanese BBQ sauce & Wasabi Mayo. http://bunboyeatsla.com/index.php/author/administrator/page/51/

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104363 No. 104363 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
The group of Satanists affirmed its mission is “to address the budding conservatism” on campus.
The group hopes to make social activism its primary purpose.

The University of Minnesota-Morris (UMM) “gay devil worshippers” are coming out of the woodwork to combat an alleged uprising of conservative voices on campus, the group announced in a campus-wide email earlier this year.

The group of Satanists affirmed its mission is “to address the budding conservatism” on UMM’s campus, according to a screenshot of the email obtained by Campus Reform.

“I’m looking to start a Satanist group at Morris to address the budding conservatism on this campus—which I find abhorrent,” student Reed Larsen wrote to his fellow classmates. “I’m thinking of calling the group either Gay Devil Worshippers for a Better Future OR Queer Satanists for Change.” The group has since elected to go by the moniker “Gay Devil Worshippers for a Better Future.”

Rather than merely performing its standard Satanic rituals, the group hopes to make social activism its primary purpose.

“I’m hoping the group will have a social justice platform and further such a platform through good ol’ devilish revelry,” Larsen wrote.

According to a student at UMM who wished to remain anonymous, the “budding” conservative groups on campus are not actually budding at all. The few conservative groups on campus, including the school’s gun club, pro-life club, and College Republicans, have around 20 combined members, according to the source.

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>> No. 104374 ID: 90a126
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You know, when I hear "budding conservatives" I always hope its a bunch of pot growing conservatives who are for small government and big munchies.
>> No. 104375 ID: 356b5c
yep. may not agree, but freedom of speech is for everyone.
>> No. 104382 ID: 79b400
My kind of conservatism.
>> No. 104383 ID: 254d85
>ja toil part time at ja libertarian thinktank
>> No. 104387 ID: 360765
>budding conservatism
No one is asking themselves why it's budding in the first place.

No one is asking themselves why conservatism has been systematically eradicated from universities.

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104192 No. 104192 ID: b86cd3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

As a former professional soldier in my own country’s NATO army, I found myself embroiled in the conflict in Ukraine by my own choice in late July, 2014. While technically I was a “volunteer,” I viewed myself as a professional soldier serving in a foreign country’s armed forces. Far from trying to make this some kind of dramatic personal narrative, I will attempt to portray a picture of the Russian soldier from my own limited point of view—that of an opponent.

At this point, I’d like to sidetrack a bit so as to make some things more clear to the reader. The Ukrainian “volunteer battalions” should not be seen as militias or irregulars, but rather as a sort of “Rough Riders”-style unit, a unit formed by volunteers, yet armed and supplied by the Army and subjected to the regular command structure, having normal combat duties at the front line. The foreign volunteers themselves, again, should not be seen as the like of all these colorful characters that join the Marxist and Arab irregular militias in the Middle East, but rather like the Swedish volunteers during the Winter War, integrated normally within their unit and most of the time taking up a front-line role either in operations or training. The opposing forces can be divided easily in two parts: the bandits who initiated the rebellion and the Russian regulars who intervened later that same year.

The bandits, no matter what the pro-Western propaganda claims, were not mercenaries or Russian regulars posing as rebels. Many Russian nationals flocked to their banner from the onset of the rebellion out of pure patriotism. Of course there were exceptions, but these were just that—exceptions. That doesn’t mean that Russian military advisors or SOF units didn’t directly aid them in the beginning of the conflict. The military effectiveness of said bandit militias was horrendous.

The Russian regulars who eventually had to intervene when the bandits were on the verge of collapse changed the course of the war. These were conventional military units from the Russian Federation’s standing army. After the brief intervention, the regulars fell back to act mostly as QRFs and a general deterrent to any further big-scale offensives by the Ukrainian Army, leaving the bulk of the fighting again to the bandit militias. The fighting included “famous” battles such as the battle for the Donetsk airport, where the Ukrainians were quick to blame the “elite Russian units” for their own military forces’ failure, as they did for most of the conflict.

Enough with the intro. It was clear from the beginning that there was some sense of professional military leadership behind the bandi
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>> No. 104257 ID: 360765
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Because countries are allowed to charge airlines for every airplane that passes over them, as long as the fee is smaller than the cost of fuel of circling around the country. Ukraine desperately needed this money, so they didn't enforce a no-fly zone as they should.

Malaysia airlines lost a plane a few months earlier and were on a budget tighter than Hillarys asshole, so they paid the fees instead of paying the 1% more expensive fuel to go around a fucking warzone.

Hilarious fact, America charges overflight fees for half the planet. STRRROOOOOOONG!
>> No. 104259 ID: 385f49
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>Ukraine desperately needed this money, so they didn't enforce a no-fly zone as they should.
Sure fucking served them good.
>> No. 104295 ID: 254d85
>Hilarious fact, America charges overflight fees for half the planet. STRRROOOOOOONG!

Yes because America is still a superpower, and not a regional power that gets kicked around by Turkey and only has force projection capabilities for a handful of jets and tanks in the same region.

But if you want to bring up overflight fees.

FAA overflight fees for oceanic areas: about $20/200km. The FAA reported collecting $100 million (including the much higher rate for continental overflights) in FY2015 and IIRC they authorized to collect a inflation-adjusted maximum of $150m.

Russian overflight fees: about $100/100km. Yearly average of around $400-500 million last I heard. The majority of the money does not go towards running the Russian ATC networks, but towards propping up Aeroflot. They've repeatedly stalled/blocked reductions agreed to in their WTO bid because gotta get that revenue. (which makes the threats of banning western carriers especially funny.)
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>regional power
>gets kicked around by Turkey
>handful of jets and tanks in the same region
Kebab pls.

>FAA overflight fees for oceanic areas: about $20/200km
Wrong. It's not that the difference is staggering, but it is pretty severe, especially considering those "en route" areas over the sea, like north of Cuba, or Alaska.

>FAA reported collecting $100 million
>Yearly average of around $400-500 million
Citation needed.

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>> No. 104302 ID: d8acd0
  Congress considers cracking down on 'soaring' airline fees
Published on Mar 13, 2016 https://youtu.be/fPRBkoqMibQ
Congress is considering regulating airline fees for reservation changes, checked luggage and leg room, under a bill introduced this week called the Forbidding Airlines from Imposing Ridiculous Fees Act. Bloomberg Media aviaiton and travel associate editor Justin Bachman joins Alison Stewart to discuss.

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104233 No. 104233 ID: a18c5a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

A local father of a five month old squalling little shit was hoping to get one good god damned night's sleep, but was discourteously roused from his sleep by a shoot out with fleeing suspects and the police.

The local man had just coaxed the tiny snot-nosed asshole to sleep not an hour before. Just as he was about to succumb to the warm, deep embrace of slumber himself, some fucking idiots decided to wake his ass up with an exchange of gunfire.

The local man immediately looked over to the drooling little fuck stirring in her crib, praying to whatever god would listen that she would not awaken.

At press time, the bleary eyed, caffeine addled local father was trying to recall why his new family was so set on staying in this god forsaken hell hole.
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>> No. 104238 ID: d8acd0
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>> No. 104239 ID: d8acd0
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Neighbors waking you up at all manner of inconvenient times shooting up the neighborhood and getting in shoot-outs with the police? Be able to rise quickly and silence these rude people with this Austrian military 29x77-inch tactical sleeping bag. And then quickly get back to sleep.
>> No. 104240 ID: 52ed6e
I can date the picture merely by looking at the sorry state of that AR-15.
>> No. 104241 ID: a4d333
And dat grip.

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103966 No. 103966 ID: 7f9522 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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>> No. 104221 ID: cfaec1
>Eh, kinda.
>opening a comment with "youre right but im going to nitpick"
lol fuck off.
>> No. 104224 ID: 87db0a
>No Bush

Wax or shave?

But, seriously, most people agree with this. At least on Bush. Hence why Jeb spent over $125 million and barely got more votes than I did - and I wasn't even running.

As for Hillary... I honestly can't see people voting for her in the general election and doing so enthusiastically. America has a Clinton burn-out much like with the Bushes, combined with an outlook that is increasingly anti-career politician (thank fucking god). Add in the private server, Benghazi and her being a really shitty Secretary of State not to mention a person that the progressives in the Democratic party hate (for not being liberal enough) and who much of America hates for being a detestable and fake-as-fuck cunt and... Well... I don't see her winning.

Yes, even if Trump is the GOP nominee.

Why people are even entertaining the thought of political dynasty families in America to begin with is puzzlingly as fuck to me, however. Thankfully, most seem to by vehemently against de facto royal families in America now.
>> No. 104225 ID: 87db0a
>Remind me again how I can fix this shit?

Unless you have access to omnipotent power (or an earthquake/tsunami generator), not much at all.
>> No. 104227 ID: b53f4e
I didn't cherry pick shit, YOU brought up slavery. What I'm trying to get at is that the proper way to deal with the issue of the language of the constitution not always agreeing with modern morals is to amend the constitution, not interpret it in new convoluted ways.
>> No. 104228 ID: 53e7c0
I brought up voting, first and slavery. The Republican Party was the suffrage party as well as emancipation.

I agree with you, wholeheartedly, but I was saying in this day and age, assholes run to the Supreme Court more often, because just as leftists have bastardized "reasonable regulation", so too have they corrupted the original intent for Supreme Court Judicial Decision, because it's much easier to pack the Court with racist activists like Henrietta Sotomayor, who have no regard for Constitutional Law or precedent, and get them to shit all over 230 some years of legal precedent, rather than actually try and get their hare-brained bullshit to go through the proper channels.

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103900 No. 103900 ID: b89631 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
ITT: Continuing the old pacnw meetup thread from /meet/.

I'll start: Beer and stuff in the Seattle area Friday, March 4ish around 7-8pm? I've got wiggle room all weekend, so its up to you guys' schedules.
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>> No. 104078 ID: 8266de
Power is out, propose diverting to cascadia grill in Olympia
>> No. 104079 ID: c4277d
Cant make it to Olympia tonight man, shit came up...
How about Sunday? My schedule should be clear all day.
>> No. 104080 ID: c4277d
Just checked the thread, after I got to McNamaras late, and waited for you here, sorry again man.
>> No. 104084 ID: 85304d
Sunday's gonna be tough. If you drop me an email with your cell, I can let you know.
>> No. 104218 ID: 8552e6
SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! 1Pm at Perihelion Brewery in Seattle. Plotting, carousing, and telling lies. BE THERE!!

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104161 No. 104161 ID: 7188a3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
tldr Lucid = good Also, was totally gonna post this in da zone because who goes here anymore?

Dood, caseless, I had me some of this and it's a work of art omg. It's very nearly as good as a nice smoky scotch, just very differently. I bought some Grand Absente beforehand and that shit was terrible. The difference between that tripe and this nectar is like night and day. Thank you so much for recommending it. Chugging water now because monday soon fellow stalkers.

What did yall operators poison yourselves with this week?
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>> No. 104179 ID: f6e43c
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I had a shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey after dinner, last night.
>> No. 104180 ID: f6e43c
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>> No. 104181 ID: f6e43c
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Anyone tried Welsh whisky?
Such as Penderyn single malt Welsh whisky?
>> No. 104182 ID: 2b5990
Lots of water. I've been puking my guts up since last night, needs water. And a little of Carnation Breakfast Essentials since anything solid hurts at the moment.
>> No. 104185 ID: f6e43c
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No. 104147 ID: d8acd0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Chanced upon this thing.
Local Colorado boy, Brian Shaw, was competing.
Here he is performing a 855lb deadlift with Furious Pete https://youtu.be/ES0a0EchIg0
World's Strongest Man 2015 - Finals (1/2) https://youtu.be/Bu4l7QMEDVQ
Published on Feb 6, 2016
Final of the 2015 worlds strongest man competition. After grueling heats, only ten athletes remain to battle it out, but only one can be crowned the strongest man in the world.

Featuring following athletes:
Zydrunas Savickas, Brian Shaw, Hafthor Bjornsson, Mark Felix, Eddie Hall, Mikhail Shivlyakov, Mike Burke, Dimitar Savatinov, Jf Caron, Jerry Pritchett,
Info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World%27s_Strongest_Man
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>> No. 104162 ID: d8acd0
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Eddie Hall (born 15 January 1988) is an English professional strongman competitor, notable for having won on multiple occasions both the UK's Strongest Man, and England's Strongest Man titles. He has also competed at the World's Strongest Man and is the current world record holder in the deadlift with straps.
Height: 1.89 m (6 ft 2 1⁄2 in), Weight: 174.5 kg (385 lb; 27.48 st).
In Competition:

Bench Press – 300 kg (661 lb)
Deadlift with straps – 463kg (1020.74 lb) – World record
Long Bar Deadlift with straps – 465 kg (1026 lb)

Gym Lifts (all Raw):

Squat – 405 kg (891 lb)
Bench Press – 300 kg (661 lb)
Log Press – 211 kg (465 lb) strict press. – British record, done at Britain's Strongest Man 2015.
Axle Press – 200 kg (440 lb) strict press.
Leg Press – 1000 kg (2,200 lb) for 10 reps.
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>> No. 104163 ID: d8acd0
  EDDIE - Strongman Trailer https://youtu.be/FIy0IzXYYn8
Truck mechanic, husband and father of two, Eddie Hall wants to be the World’s Strongest Man. This feature documentary vividly illustrates the sacrifices that this extremely driven man must make to chase his dream. He will stop at nothing. He trains, eats, sleeps and breathes strongman, competing all over the world and breaking records. He faces not only gargantuan competitors, but his own inner demons as he strives to leave behind the scars of his teenage years.

This film gets under the skin of a man totally dedicated to becoming the greatest and offers an engrossing snapshot of an unforgettable character, Eddie - Strongman.

Featuring appearances from Arnold Schwarzenegger and multiple World’s Strongest Man winners Bill Kazmeier, Geoff Capes, Brian Shaw and Zydrunas Savickas.
>> No. 104164 ID: d8acd0
  Eddie Hall does new Deadlift World Record 463KG - 1020lbs https://youtu.be/x5-mfOXF0i0
>> No. 104165 ID: d8acd0
  New World Record Deadlift 1155 pounds World's Strongest Man
Published on Mar 1, 2014 https://youtu.be/SBFTB7Xjk3U
A new world record has been set for the deadlift at the 2014 Arnold Strongman by Zydrunas Savickas at 1155 pounds.
>> No. 104173 ID: 8ae717
Not to detract from this dude's accomplishment but there's a huge difference between deadlifting tires and deadlifting plates as seen: >>104164

I'm not impressive in the slightest but I can rack pull (more or less a tire deadlift) something life 150% of my actual deadlift.

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103096 No. 103096 ID: 9e3a50 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
USPS. Nuff' said.

My post office refuses to deliver my packages to me with any semblance of sanity or reason.

Today I got a pink notice for a package because no name was on the mailbox... Yet the carrier delivered mail for no less than three recipients here when there is no name on the box at all period.

Their organization has become the target of my ire. Because of their repeated nonsensical bureaucratic bullshit and zero explanation.

How can I use their bullshit against them? Any postal employees here? I want revenge.
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>> No. 104145 ID: 1bfd61
I just found out my fucking $300 boots were delivered to the wrong address. I know who has them, I just don't want to talk to that cunt.

>> No. 104146 ID: c1c101
That...the way you say it...sounds like you fucked up and didn't update a shipping address somewhere you've ordered from before...not a post office mistake.
>> No. 104148 ID: 1bfd61


They never had my address before a week ago when I ordered from an actual brick and mortar store. The correct address is on the receipt.
>> No. 104149 ID: 1bfd61
And... I guess I should add that they've never shipped anything to me before. It's always been walk into store, find boots, pay cash, walk out. The only thing that made this time special is they discontinued the model I wear, and didn't have the replacement in my size.
>> No. 104175 ID: 53dd42
Figured out what happened.

Counter dick said they would come via postal service, when in reality they were shipping via UPS.

I gave a P.O. box number, UPS went WTF m8, then saw my name and town and said "I KNOW WHERE THAT GUY LIVES" and sent them to my old address.

It's a god damn wonder I even have them now.

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