@cinoclav I know that…but other people on that fuko got the same monitors intact…mine was just thrown in the box and that with the fact that others received good ones leads me to believe it was carelessness in packing…and after 45 orders and being a loyal customer and the work and time in getting that Fuko pisses me off that MEH didn’t give a crap…
I just happen to have the inside track on how some of the Fukos work, especially this one.
They had ten of these monitors, nine in perfect condition and one broken all to hell. At their last staff meeting before Fuko time, they all got together and said, “Who are we going to give the bad one to?”
Yep, they chose you, @fastharry. Why? Because they like you, and they like me, too. You should be happy to be so honored. I’m happy they honored you, too. Why? Because I didn’t get the broken monitor.
Sometimes you have to “think outside the box,” or consider a paradigm shift. In this case think outside the bag, or, if you are into New Age crap you can “become the bag.” Yes, I’m getting to the point. Don’t be so damned impatient. What if, instead of concealing a gift in a bag, the bag was the gift? Christmas is coming. Twenty bucks is nothing at Christmas. You have 20 friends or so? Give them the gift of bags! Imagine the dopamine levels in their brain skyrocketing as they behold the gift of 42 bags. I can hardly contain my own emotions just thinking about. Bags are useful, colorful, you can put useless gifts in them. It boggles the mind. Speaking of minds, my timer just went off and I have to take my antipsychotics. Anyway, think about it - the Gift of Bags. A new age has dawned. The Bag Age.
Based on the negative comments regarding the last sale, I almost didn’t buy this. I’m glad I did. We found the assortment to be varied and the bags are honestly higher quality than we’d usually pick out.