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  1. I saw this "article", read the blurb and my first thought was "why is this even a story"?
  2. I'm waiting for @The Dean's response to this question...
  3. They said they had an Xbox X available!!!! Bastards!!!
  4. Bonus points for using "eschewed" in this forum....outstanding!
  5. Like this one? I had one of these as a kid....thought it was cool.
  6. Unfortunately any QB looks like a Pro prospect against Michigan.
  7. Got ST Max free after telling them "This is my annual call, sometimes I get it free, sometimes I get a discount. What can you do for me this year?" Her reply was "I hope you get it free." After about 10 mins or less, she gave it to me free! She also added that "they should always give loyal customers like you ST for free"...I didn't even want Max, I'm just satisfied with regular old ST. My other discounts roll off in October, she told me to call back the day they roll off and "we'll see what we can do". I've got to say, I've always, always been treated well by DTV.
  8. It's not exactly a new tactic from this company..."Gilead made headlines in 2013 when its first HCV drug, sofosbuvir (brand name Sovaldi), went on the market at a cost of $1,000 per pill, or $84,000 for a full 12-week course of treatment (see here and here). In 2014, Gilead introduced its second HCV drug, Harvoni — which combines sofosbuvir with ledipasvir — at a price of $1,125 per pill, or $94,500 for a full course of treatment. According to ATF, the actual cost of making a 12-week course of sofosbuvir is estimated at $100 to $1,400." https://www.citizen.org/news/outrage-of-the-m
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