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By joy / Tuesday 7 February 2012 17:49 / United States
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  emmanizzer  |  6

I was just kidding.... I know it's not like you can really just pop over to the jewelry store and get another one. Well, I guess you could if you're rich....

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  DocBastard  |  38

Traze, many trolls much more skilled than ThisIsMyReign have tried and failed to get rid of me.

I'm like pocket lint - no matter how much you pick at me, I still come back. And you wonder just what the hell is this shit, and why is it here?

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  traze  |  7

So true...those bastards, no relation to you my good sir,...breeding inside my pockets...Live long and prosper way ahead of these trolls.

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  DrMime  |  10

Especially broken cymbal warranties at guitar center! They don't even need proof, just call a number and a machine automatically refunds the money...

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  sparxva  |  12

If you bought it with a visa, mastercard or amex it may be covered under the loss provisions of the warranty. It may also be covered by homeowner's insurance.

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  morgan020  |  0

It would depend on the value of the ring. My home owners policy only covers up to $2500 which is only about 1/4 of what it would take to replace my wedding/engagement rings. Hopefully the fiancé took out a separate policy on the ring to have it covered just in case. But for some reason I'm doubting that.

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