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Old 11-04-2012, 04:24 AM   #16
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Ever notice the similarity between product advertising and political campaign's?
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Thanks again for the comments. I found ACE hardware very friendly people but individual (owned) stores may not have the published ad products at all, even more frustrating... sometimes they can get them; later from the warehouse, if you call them to check- no guarantee though. Go with the flow, I guess.

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I do know the ads are schedule months in advance if not a year. Sometimes the shipments from overseas don't show up.
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Be nice if they put that in the ad...LOL.

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Wife used to work in a grocery store.
All the time the flyers come out with stuff they have never had! Then they get to deal with customers.
Or it will be a different size, color or some such thing.
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Wal-Mart sells chocolate for cheap, 2 for a buck most times and most brands. I usually shop at H.E.B. though which reminds me...
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