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Chris P.

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17 Reviews by Chris


I use the darksky website everyday. It's by far the most accurate information about weather (much more so than accuweather and weather.com anyway). It's accurate down to within a few minutes. It's very impressive. I understand why Apple bought them. Highly recommend.


I haven't had any bad experiences with Mercari. I just wish the standard search engine results were only for items for sale, and then you have the option to include sold items (I'm not sure why you would want that as the default).


They don't send you what you ordered. Customer service is impossible to get in contact with. Items not as described. SCAM. Full stop.


I've had generally good experiences with Amazon. Their company practices when it comes to workers' rights, working conditions, and workers' compensation, are all abysmal, but the modern world is based on consumerism, and Amazon makes consuming easier than it has ever been. I'll continue using Amazon just like most others will.


Facebook sells your personal information to companies to aide with targeted advertising. The company as a whole is pretty terrible in terms of ethics, but if you're not concerned about that, there's reasons to still dislike it. It's basically all old people reposting misinformation and old memes. It's a place for boomers to post pics of their grandkids (which is fine!). But Facebook is overall a pretty toxic place filled with (actually) fake news, people changing their profile pictures to whatever the current social justice trend is, and lots and lots of ads. You can probably find a better way to spend your time. Even if it's sleeping.


Love that there's basically an endless amount of content to go through. That I can find videos on some of the most obscure topics (which is thanks to the users, not the site itself). I'm not pleased with the amount of censoring that is happening, as it keeps going up.


I've relied on this site in middle school, high school, and college, and now I just use it for general information gathering. I hope it will always be around.


I use this site to keep track of the animes I watched, and want to watch. Also to look up an anime by genre/themes. If you're using it for basic purposes like that, it's a great site. I do not get involved with the community though (forum discussions, reviews, etc.). So I can't comment on that aspect of the site.


Reddit has definitely been on a downward trend since about 2011. I am still a daily user because I only really go on the subreddits whose content I know that I like. I think Reddit can still be a great site if you avoid certain subreddits like the plague (especially religious/areligious, political, and ones infamous for $#*!posting).


They have a good selection of squishies. Prices are about average I'd say. If you're not in Australia the shipping time is long, but that would be true of most places (note: I'm int the United States). I got the Puni Maru Jumbo White Pineberry with a pink dip which I liked a lot and am happy I bought. I also ordered two JDream shell squeeze toys. I requested the pink and the purple but they ended up sending me the red and the purple.


Title says it all. It's similar to ebay. The quality of service you get dramatically depends on the seller you buy from. Make sure to purchase through paypal so your purchase is protected (in case you never receive your order). I've now ordered from storenvy 3 separate times and I had two good experiences and one just okay (seller took 3 weeks to send it out). Be careful, read the ratings, and hope for the best, but definitely protect your money and use paypal when purchasing.


I love trying out foods that I cannot get in the US (or are at least very difficult to find where I live in the US). I have ordered from yummybazaar once so far.

- Large selection of foreign foods
- $5.95 flat rate shipping (free if over $69)
- Delivered quite quickly
- sometimes they'll give you a free thank you gift

- None I know of

Conclusion: I liked it. Will probably buy from again.


Dedicated Starbucks addict here, but just like the quality of your drink can different depending on the barista that makes it, your quality of service when it comes to any issue that customer service helps you with can differ. You will always get a response within 24 hours, which is very nice, and generally you get the help you desired, which is even nicer.


- Allow to refine search by newest, popular, most comments, most followed users by genre (singers, actors, politicians, etc).
- Allow to refine search to search for just photos or just videos
- Allow to refine search of videos by a certain length of time (e.g. At least 30 seconds)
- Allow multiple subject searches and ability to refine search criteria (e.g. - you can type in two subjects in search, then refine by stuff like only posts with both subjects, only posts with one subject but do not include any with the other,
- Add these same features and the features already on the app to the website version (you can't even upload a photo by the website version)


Aside from shows buffering slowly (which could very easily be my ISP's fault, though Netflix isn't perfect) Netflix has been a very enjoyable experience for me. Lots of great original content coming out. No ads (extremely huge plus, probably the biggest). I haven't had to deal with their customer service before so I can't comment on that.

- Please change the rating system to make it so: you can turn it off, you can show the AVERAGE USER REVIEW (most people would probably use this), the Netflix recommended for you rating (which is often inaccurate), and the IMDB score if possible (not sure about the legality of using their name on your site as a main feature)
- Put some kind of clear and immediate way to remove something from your Continue Watching list if you don't want to continue watching it
- Please add more genres in the Browse section
- Make it a point to get more Academy Award films (maybe even make it a genre, and then sort by award section)


The quality of service when buying your product is very dependent on who you buy from, so make sure to look at the seller's review history. As long as you pay through paypal, your purchases are usually safe. I have been using ebay for some years now and will probably keep doing so for the remaining future. Customer service from ebay itself is typically quite helpful and resolves the issue, at least in my experience.


Their prices are cheaper than other Squishy online stores, but they come defected. All sales are final, so returns aren't allowed. You cannot leave bad reviews on their site as all reviews must be approved by them in order to show up. From their website FAQ section:
"All orders are finalized, therefore we do not accept any returns. In any rare cases where a buyer would like to return any goods. You will be responsible for postage costs of returning the item. We recommend using registered mail to return items incase of lost or stolen goods."
Defected Squishies
"Defected squishies are very common, we are not responsible for any defects as the squishies are received the way they are from suppliers. Issues such as tiny air bubbles, or small defects are not compliant with our terms for any refunds. We would state on the products page if there are any visible defects such as big tears, rips or any other obvious faults. Please refer to our terms and conditions on our refund policy."

Tip for consumers:
Pay more and get your squishies from a better squishy store.


Chris Has Earned 41 Votes

Chris P.'s review of Storenvy earned 22 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Deliteful Boutique earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Amazon earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Facebook earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of darksky.net earned a Very Helpful vote

Chris P.'s review of YummyBazaar earned 5 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Instagram earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Wikipedia earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Chris P.'s review of Reddit earned a Very Helpful vote

Chris P.'s review of CreamiiCandy earned 2 Very Helpful votes

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