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By fucking fuck off - / Friday 1 January 2016 14:28 / United States
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By  lexiieeex3  |  32

I once had to give a customer a refund on an item I apparently "didn't put in the bag" when working in retail. I saw her take it out of the shopping bag on her way out the door.

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By  MzZombicidal  |  36

I know the pain, OP. I once had a customer yell at me for not vacuuming quietly and made me apologize for disturbing them. People end up on crazy power-trips sometimes. Especially when they know you can get in trouble for defending yourself. :/

By  lexiieeex3  |  32

I once had to give a customer a refund on an item I apparently "didn't put in the bag" when working in retail. I saw her take it out of the shopping bag on her way out the door.

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  Twigman8  |  15

Something similar has happened to me working at an unnamed fast food restaurant. I put all items in the bag, and she later came in claiming she did not receive 2 of the items. And, with the customer always right, we not only gave her the items but also refunded the entire order. It is a very dumb rule. I feel for you, #4 and OP as well

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  tj4234  |  35

Considering the fact that you saw her take the item out her bag, were you not able to block the refund on the basis that it's a scam? This is why I'm glad I live in the UK. Over here you are only legally entitled to a refund if you have the receipt and the item is faulty. All other times the refund is at the retailers discretion.

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I had to give a woman a new bra in exchange for one that she obviously wore and that was over a year old. It wasn't even white anymore and smelled like cigarettes, but the refund policy is loose so she was able to replace it with a new one... It was disgusting.

By  Mathalamus  |  23

X isn't ancient. that's windows ME or any of the DOS era operating systems.

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  WOTAN1488  |  24

You are correct, despite (as usual) democratically speaking, according to the votes, you're not.

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  Mathalamus  |  23

If I ran by democratic process, I would not be here. Humph, I run by the far superior method of not giving a crap about down votes without reason. Democracy tends to suck anyway.

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  Mathalamus  |  23

how cute, you think its a pretension. it isn't. any self respecting person wouldn't care about Downvotes Without Reason, because, its, well, Without Reason. seriously, if i make a comment, and get downvoted, without a reply how am i supposed to know what i did wrong?

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You don't know what you did wrong, yet you're sure the downvotes were "without reason"? That makes no sense. And you obviously do care because you're posting a bunch of comments making a big deal about it. God damn, whine harder why don't you? Haha.

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  Kristoffer  |  28

XP is definitely ancient in computer terms. And more importantly, a computer built in the XP era is not going to have the hardware to run modern games. My computer was built for and around Windows 7 as a gaming computer, and I'm now having to upgrade the hardware for Fallout 4.

By  MATsam12  |  2

A windows XP pc worth the proper hardware will run any game. Maybe update your knowledge on os systems, because XP is far better than 8, 8.1, or 10. I've gamed on pc's since 95'.

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  tarlax  |  11

A lot of games these days won't run on anything older than Windows 7. And I'm pretty sure the latest versions of DirectX aren't compatible with XP, so you wouldn't be able to run any games requiring those versions. So in short, you're completely full of shit.

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

8 -- I'm pleased to inform you that you are full of shit and have successfully revealed to the world that you know jack shit about software. If you really gamed on PCs "since '95" and have played *any* recent game, you would know that, so I would have to call BS on that, too. It happens in reverse as well: as an example, I attempted to load Chip's Challenge onto my W10 PC, and failed. You would have to either run a VM or run it in compatibility mode with an older DOS-based OS. In summary, you're full of asscheeks.

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  Kristoffer  |  28

#56 - I was able to get Fallout 3 to run on Windows 10 (my laptop) but in general you're correct about older games, and it certainly didn't work on a fresh default install. There are virtualization programs that can let you run an OS inside your modern OS for the purpose of running older software such as games, and I can run the older Fallout games on my Widows 7 desktop computer but I never bothered to do so on my laptop.

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  antisolid87  |  3

False as there are games that require more than 4gb of ram or use directx that only vista or newer have. (yes I know about xp 64bit however driver support for that is poor considering it is no longer a supported os)

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

76, of course. You basically disassembled and repackaged what I said, haha. Ultimately, this all is just a byproduct of the transition between system architectures. W7, by default, is 64-bit; running W7 in 32-bit mode limits the amount of RAM you're able to use in the first place (4GB if I recall), which effectively makes it useless on non-64-bit processors.

By  TokioCore  |  17

As #3 said, you can check the specs of the game on the case or online. I would think this invalidates any complaint of this type. Anyway rudeness was unnecessary.

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