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Accomplice K.

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Gone are the days when amazon.com valued its buyers! HA! Your purchase will be held hostage until you PAY UP for shipping- where the *real* (free) money is! I wish I could share my screenshots of their supposed tracking information- USPS states "September 7,2017, 9:13 am Picked Up by Shipping Partner, USPS Awaiting Item, ETNA, OH 43018/ September 7,2017, 5:14 pm Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item ETNA, OH 43018/ Your item departed a shipping partner facility at 5:14 pm on September 7,2017 in ETNA, OH 43018. This does not indicate receipt by the USPS or the actual mailing date."

On Amazon.com it shows, "Latest update: Friday, Sep 8 6:49 AM, Shipment arrived at Amazon facility Kenosha, WISCONSIN, US"

The order was PLACED SEPT 3! Since yesterday afternoon (Sept 7) the "tracking" has displayed "Arriving tomorrow by 8 PM"; today is the 8th- STILL says "tomorrow".

So what, they're right next door to your place; you asked for free shipping, you're getting punished and WILL wait. amazon.com is reflecting sketchy drop-shipping behaviors- sellers can post what ever they want and charge what ever they want[ $40. For shipping an eyeliner? SURE! If buyers are willing to pay it, and you pay for that posting. So WHAT if it was floating around in sewage?! amazon.com doesn't monitor nor regulate the safety of ANY item unless it is being stored at their physical location- and even *then*, who knows? amazon.com is BLOWING YOU OFF! As of the date of this posting, you will be able to find amazon.com offerings locally in most metropolitan areas for LESS than on their website. Embrace Walmart. The time wasted awaiting that item for $2. Less online would be replaced with the satisfaction that you get to PERSONALLY inspect your item(s) before purchase, and time IS money. amazon.com- go ship to Nigeria!
Wayfair is the site where people who throw money at problems and no common sense shop. It is to online shopping what Target is to Walmart in real life. It's for people who think they're posh, but you can find EVERYTHING less expensive elsewhere, sometimes locally, and almost always for less even after factoring in additional shipping. It is the drove-by-shooting of internet shopping. In the end, Wayfair.com will make you look stupid. Will you fall for their false math?
Wikipedia would be thrown out of court for heresay. As a human in my mid 40's, I've been a living witness to some of the information posted there. Everything from broadcast airdates to scientific information is bastardized here. Sure, they try, but isn't Wikipedia *really* a reductive version of *THE WHOLE ENTIRE INTERNET*?! Using Wikipedia as a reliable source is as ridiculous as asking the guy on the bus sitting next to you. Good luck with that. If you want to get away from *lazy journalism/research*, you have to stay away from Wikipedia and scrub the 'net yourself.
This site is poorly run and overpriced if you want to be listed. They have NO RELATIONSHIP with SAG-AFTRA and do not update or correct mistakes. It is as bad as Wikipedia when it comes to factual information and reliability.
Being bored to tears, I've perused Answers.com and it truly has perpetuated killing time.

In addition to inane and disrespectful content, it's riddled with spelling and grammatical errors, incorrect advice that's never been investigated, and as slow as I imagine the individuals who provided the "articles". If they're six-year-olds, then it all makes sense...

Answers.com will not provide you with intelligent information. It is the online equivalent to what we adults think of the rag mags like "The Enquirer"; if you take it seriously, you probably wear a helmet all day because the doctor said so.

Then again, I've caught Fox News Chicago in just as much offensive content and grammar faux pas. I suppose it's become acceptable to not know that "an" is used before a noun beginning with a vowel, since it's also common to use "roofs", "wolfs", "knifes", and let's not forget the past tense for "purchase" as "boughten". SMH.

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