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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:45 am 
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FavreFan wrote:
You said poor people don't live near any Costcos.

Nope, never said this either.

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Jesus Fucking Christ, spanky you are dumbass. All I was trying to say was that poor people get fucked in the ass by companies like Walgreens, where 20 aspirin at one of their Loop locations costs as much as 400 aspirin at Costco. So wouldn't it be nice if some charities helped poor people achieve some economies of scale for once in their lives?

I spent most of my formative years working with people who lived in the Robert Taylor Homes and worked for my dad, who came to this country with $75 sixty years ago. Saw them get redlined, saw their kids die, saw some of the less scrupulous ones steal from my dad when he would have just given stuff to them if they had asked, saw some kids escape through the military.

So don't go fucking asssuming that I don't have some understanding of the challenges, asshole.

I have no idea what brought all of this on.
Where did I go "fucking assuming that you don't have some understanding of the challenges"?
I don't know anything about you to assume anything - in fact, I'd say you're clearly the one making assumptions here.

As for your specific aspirin example - it'd be more beneficial to give the people in need the actual aspirin than to give them a membership to Costco to go acquire the barrel of aspirin themselves...if they can get there. But there I go, making assumptions again!


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Spanky should apologize to Seacrest for stealing his terrible posting style.

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Spanky should apologize to Seacrest for stealing his terrible posting style.

How can I tell people to go to a Costco that doesn't exist?

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You said poor people don't live near any Costcos.

Nope, never said this either.

LOL

Stop being a dumbass. I already posted the quote.

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Spanky should apologize to Seacrest for stealing his terrible posting style.

Seacrest has never looked this bad in a thread.

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Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I spent most of my formative years working with people who lived in the Robert Taylor Homes and worked for my dad, who came to this country with $75 sixty years ago.


You know where he'd be welcomed with open arms? Fuckin' Costco, bro.


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Spanky should apologize to Seacrest for stealing his terrible posting style.


And to me for stealing my bit.


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Ugueth Will Shiv You wrote:
Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I spent most of my formative years working with people who lived in the Robert Taylor Homes and worked for my dad, who came to this country with $75 sixty years ago.


You know where he'd be welcomed with open arms? Fuckin' Costco, bro.
He'd have like $25 to spend when he got off the boat!

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Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
Jesus Fucking Christ, spanky you are dumbass. All I was trying to say was that poor people get fucked in the ass by companies like Walgreens, where 20 aspirin at one of their Loop locations costs as much as 400 aspirin at Costco. So wouldn't it be nice if some charities helped poor people achieve some economies of scale for once in their lives?

I spent most of my formative years working with people who lived in the Robert Taylor Homes and worked for my dad, who came to this country with $75 sixty years ago. Saw them get redlined, saw their kids die, saw some of the less scrupulous ones steal from my dad when he would have just given stuff to them if they had asked, saw some kids escape through the military.

So don't go fucking asssuming that I don't have some understanding of the challenges, asshole.

Read in Coppock's voice.

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CCFC, I like your idea, but I dont think it would work out in real life.

Like how would you get the 6 families together and who would go etc. Logistics would be tough.


Maybe a charity could actually do the shopping for some families in need. Maybe single parents who barely have time to sleep between jobs.

But the fact is, it's expensive to be poor and that sucks.

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 Post subject: Re: Sam's Club
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Can't fight Costco.

Yeah but Costco pays their employees like $20 an hour . No way can they compete with such high labor costs .

Exactly. The pizza there is like $12 a slice to compensate!


Quite the opposite...$1.50 for a footlong hotdog and a large fountain drink!

That was the joke.

It hearkens back to the debates of raising the minimum wage and therefore paying $83 dollars for a Big Mac to make up for it.

http://rare.us/rare-politics/issues/tax ... artnership

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/won ... 776a028fae

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FavreFan wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
Jaw Breaker wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
badrogue17 wrote:
Terry's Peeps wrote:
Can't fight Costco.

Yeah but Costco pays their employees like $20 an hour . No way can they compete with such high labor costs .

Exactly. The pizza there is like $12 a slice to compensate!


Quite the opposite...$1.50 for a footlong hotdog and a large fountain drink!

That was the joke.

It hearkens back to the debates of raising the minimum wage and therefore paying $83 dollars for a Big Mac to make up for it.

http://rare.us/rare-politics/issues/tax ... artnership

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/won ... 776a028fae

Don't care about the first link. The second has been ripped to shreds already.

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Hey, remember when people said that companies would push to automate much more if we did a $15 minimum wage?

Well, we didn't do a $15 minimum wage, and guess what, companies are pushing to automate as much as they can!

https://www.inquisitr.com/4735908/walmart-officials-plan-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-through-store-closures-automation/
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Recode reports a Walmart company initiative, Project Kepler, is designed to create physical stores that will operate without cashiers and checkers. The stores will be promoted as making it easier for customers, but Walmart stores across the country have already installed more and more self-service lines that have enabled Walmart to trim the number of employees it needs.


Literally working on having no cashiers or checkers. Now, I'm actually fine with that, but it also shows that these companies aren't sitting around employing people just because they are nice. They want to automate every low paying job anyways.

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 Post subject: Re: Sam's Club
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FavreFan wrote:
Douchebag wrote:
Spanky should apologize to Seacrest for stealing his terrible posting style.

Seacrest has never looked this bad in a thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Sam's Club
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Literally working on having no cashiers or checkers. Now, I'm actually fine with that, but it also shows that these companies aren't sitting around employing people just because they are nice. They want to automate every low paying job anyways.

There was a Sam's Club ad this morning where you scanned with your phone as you shopped and could skip the checkout, presumably paying by some linked card. I think the problem with this in the past has been shrinkage, but they do have their receipt checkers at the doors.

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Literally working on having no cashiers or checkers. Now, I'm actually fine with that, but it also shows that these companies aren't sitting around employing people just because they are nice. They want to automate every low paying job anyways.

There was a Sam's Club ad this morning where you scanned with your phone as you shopped and could skip the checkout, presumably paying by some linked card. I think the problem with this in the past has been shrinkage, but they do have their receipt checkers at the doors.

I saw that when I was at cardiac rehab, couldn't stop laughing. Talk about bad timing, let's just remind everybody (and read this in a Sam Kinison voice) "hey, pay without having to stand in line, at one of our many stores which is permanently closed."


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Never been to a Costco. Would like to go to one sometime. I would like to have seen Montana.

You know, the minute that asshole started talking about rabbits and Montana you knee he was going to die.

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 Post subject: Re: Sam's Club
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I can't figure out why people with no spouse/no kids are shopping at places for 60-packs of toilet paper and the double gallon jugs of Hidden Valley ranch?

Or more importantly, why they feel so strongly about the feelings of the places where they shop for these things?

Because their inventory isn't just two products?

I held a Costco membership for 5 years before getting married. The savings add up if you purchase the correct items.

Avoid fresh produce and fresh meats as obviously you'll toss a bunch due to its large quantity. Plus grocery stores usually beat Costco's produce on price.
Gasoline is typically at least 5 cents cheaper than area gas stations.
Frozen foods (chicken breast, pizzas, fruit) are good deals
Packaged goods like peanut butter, almonds, dried fruit, chips are another area
Health items like mouth wash, aspirin, tooth brushes

It's really easy to avoid buying 60 rolls of toilet paper to make Costco worthwhile. Of course, sometimes other stores have a sale that beat certain items at Costco. But for the most part you're going to get a decent deal.

It only takes like 2 minutes of thought to understand how it's worth it.


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Oh ya, I also forgot how much anyone absolutely looooves going to the grocery for non-perishable items. It is such a treat to find out you're out of ketchup or salad dressing.

If only there was a store where they sold large quantities of these items? Grrrrrrr, if only!


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Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I've always thought that a charity should give Costco memberships away to poor people. Six families can split that 36-pack of toilet paper once a month and each save $1-2.

Because they don't build Costco in the hood.
Costs more than $1-2 for those families to get to Oak Brook. Even if they share the ride.


Costco has an incredibly simple and effective business model geared to the upscale market.

http://www.gis.smumn.edu/GradProjects/WolffB.pdf

Costco’s business model is to sell a
limited number of items, keep costs down,
rely on high volume, pay workers well,
have customers buy memberships, and aim
for upscale shoppers, especially smallbusiness
owners. In addition, Costco does
not advertise (Cascio, 2006).


Cascio (2006) states the average
annual income of Costco’s customers is
$74,000. Costco also targets college
educated households consisting of two or
more people (Morris, 2004).

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Seacrest wrote:
spanky wrote:
Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I've always thought that a charity should give Costco memberships away to poor people. Six families can split that 36-pack of toilet paper once a month and each save $1-2.

Because they don't build Costco in the hood.
Costs more than $1-2 for those families to get to Oak Brook. Even if they share the ride.


Costco has an incredibly simple and effective business model geared to the upscale market.

http://www.gis.smumn.edu/GradProjects/WolffB.pdf

Costco’s business model is to sell a
limited number of items, keep costs down,
rely on high volume, pay workers well,
have customers buy memberships, and aim
for upscale shoppers, especially smallbusiness
owners. In addition, Costco does
not advertise (Cascio, 2006).


Cascio (2006) states the average
annual income of Costco’s customers is
$74,000. Costco also targets college
educated households consisting of two or
more people (Morris, 2004).


I think Costco aims to break even (or a tiny profit) on the actual selling of merchandise and makes almost all their money on the selling of memberships.

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Seacrest wrote:
spanky wrote:
Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I've always thought that a charity should give Costco memberships away to poor people. Six families can split that 36-pack of toilet paper once a month and each save $1-2.

Because they don't build Costco in the hood.
Costs more than $1-2 for those families to get to Oak Brook. Even if they share the ride.


Costco has an incredibly simple and effective business model geared to the upscale market.

http://www.gis.smumn.edu/GradProjects/WolffB.pdf

Costco’s business model is to sell a
limited number of items, keep costs down,
rely on high volume, pay workers well,
have customers buy memberships, and aim
for upscale shoppers, especially smallbusiness
owners. In addition, Costco does
not advertise (Cascio, 2006).


Cascio (2006) states the average
annual income of Costco’s customers is
$74,000. Costco also targets college
educated households consisting of two or
more people (Morris, 2004).

This guy gets it. He knew Sears was in trouble in 2008 too!

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Boilermaker Rick wrote:
Seacrest wrote:
spanky wrote:
Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I've always thought that a charity should give Costco memberships away to poor people. Six families can split that 36-pack of toilet paper once a month and each save $1-2.

Because they don't build Costco in the hood.
Costs more than $1-2 for those families to get to Oak Brook. Even if they share the ride.


Costco has an incredibly simple and effective business model geared to the upscale market.

http://www.gis.smumn.edu/GradProjects/WolffB.pdf

Costco’s business model is to sell a
limited number of items, keep costs down,
rely on high volume, pay workers well,
have customers buy memberships, and aim
for upscale shoppers, especially smallbusiness
owners. In addition, Costco does
not advertise (Cascio, 2006).


Cascio (2006) states the average
annual income of Costco’s customers is
$74,000. Costco also targets college
educated households consisting of two or
more people (Morris, 2004).

This guy gets it. He knew Sears was in trouble in 2008 too!


:lol: :lol:

I was at Sears in 2005.

But you aren't usually going for accuracy anyway.

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Seacrest wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
Seacrest wrote:
spanky wrote:
Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I've always thought that a charity should give Costco memberships away to poor people. Six families can split that 36-pack of toilet paper once a month and each save $1-2.

Because they don't build Costco in the hood.
Costs more than $1-2 for those families to get to Oak Brook. Even if they share the ride.


Costco has an incredibly simple and effective business model geared to the upscale market.

http://www.gis.smumn.edu/GradProjects/WolffB.pdf

Costco’s business model is to sell a
limited number of items, keep costs down,
rely on high volume, pay workers well,
have customers buy memberships, and aim
for upscale shoppers, especially smallbusiness
owners. In addition, Costco does
not advertise (Cascio, 2006).


Cascio (2006) states the average
annual income of Costco’s customers is
$74,000. Costco also targets college
educated households consisting of two or
more people (Morris, 2004).

This guy gets it. He knew Sears was in trouble in 2008 too!


:lol: :lol:

I was at Sears in 2005.

But you aren't usually going for accuracy anyway.
Neither are you apparently, and at least my excuse is I didn't live it. :lol:

http://chicagofanatics.com/viewtopic.php?p=2635401#p2635401

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I love this bar....


Btw, masterful trolling job by Spanky in this thread.

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I love this bar....


Btw, masterful trolling job by Spanky in this thread.

Almost Seacrestian.

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spanky wrote:
I love this bar....


Btw, masterful trolling job by Spanky in this thread.

Almost Seacrestian.


I rarely troll.

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