Norm! Congrats on fitting the Twelve(Retail) Days of Christmas into one panel!
And now please sing to this accompaniment (no, not mine) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEDj0TEggvY
Well played!! And I am sure many clerks (er associates) could add more to the twelve days.
Good one Norm!!! Brings back memories of holiday cheer… (there are actually good memories too)..
The sold-out products does bring out one retail annoyance: the advertised specials that seem really good, when the marketers have only arranged to stock a handful of items in any location. They hope to sucker the customer in, and have them buy the alternative (in stock and more expensive), but often the victim will leave with nothing but an attitude.
The Christmas book we had this year had some of the products change shortly after we got them……..oh, and always to a higher price point too.
Often, the store would -never- have had more than a dozen or so, sale or not. They don’t carry infinite supplies of anything.
Back when PS2 came out my brother went to Walmart (I think it was Walmart it has been a few years) to get one only to find out that each store only got 2 units in the shipment .
Twelve hour work days? That would imply twelve one hour work days.
Note the all-important hyphen. Twelve-hour is bound together.
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