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(CNN)   Megadeth's Dave Mustaine rages against Men's Wearhouse   (money.cnn.com ) divider line
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2013-01-06 09:55:55 PM  
What a farking crybaby. Funny, even the photo CNN supplied he looks like he's crying about it:

i2.cdn.turner.com
"Whaaaa, I waited 'til the last minute to get my manager a xmas gift and it didnt show up in time! WHAAAAAAAA."
 
2013-01-06 10:17:57 PM  

nacker: I've twice had to use MW for tux rentals for weddings, and both times I was severely disappointed.

#1 - They had had mixed up my tux with one from a different wedding. For some reason they had extra pants, shirt, and jacket in the right size there at the store so they could fix it, but didn't have any shoes in my size. I had to go across town to a different rental store and they still tried to charge me full price.

#2 - They shipped my tux to the wrong store. Luckily I had gotten into town a day earlier than expected, and they had enough time to overnight a new one.

I absolutely hate the fees they charge above the advertised price of the rental. I never paid so much in my life to rent a tux until those two weddings. The quality wasn't any better. After those experiences I would never step foot in their stores of my own volition.


What seems to have happened is Men's Wearhouse took over a bunch of tuxedo/suit rental chains (like After Hours), and initially rebranded them as MW Tux, but then they eventually got rolled into the Men's Wearhouse main brand. Problem is they're still hiring the kind of people that work at suit rental places, and they all kind of suck. The stores that started out as actual MWs tend to have knowledgeable people working at them. It's just a matter of figuring out which is which. Personally I think they should have kept the branding separate.
 
2013-01-06 11:28:59 PM  

taliesinwi: nacker: I've twice had to use MW for tux rentals for weddings, and both times I was severely disappointed.

#1 - They had had mixed up my tux with one from a different wedding. For some reason they had extra pants, shirt, and jacket in the right size there at the store so they could fix it, but didn't have any shoes in my size. I had to go across town to a different rental store and they still tried to charge me full price.

#2 - They shipped my tux to the wrong store. Luckily I had gotten into town a day earlier than expected, and they had enough time to overnight a new one.

I absolutely hate the fees they charge above the advertised price of the rental. I never paid so much in my life to rent a tux until those two weddings. The quality wasn't any better. After those experiences I would never step foot in their stores of my own volition.

What seems to have happened is Men's Wearhouse took over a bunch of tuxedo/suit rental chains (like After Hours), and initially rebranded them as MW Tux, but then they eventually got rolled into the Men's Wearhouse main brand. Problem is they're still hiring the kind of people that work at suit rental places, and they all kind of suck. The stores that started out as actual MWs tend to have knowledgeable people working at them. It's just a matter of figuring out which is which. Personally I think they should have kept the branding separate.


Not so in either case. Both stores were full-blown retail shops, originally built as MW.
 
2013-01-06 11:54:20 PM  
ITT:
people who didnt read the article ripping on someone who didnt actually do what the headline says showing their idiocy.
 
2013-01-07 08:47:15 AM  

markfara: Jim_Callahan: markfara: Dave Mustaine has an exaggerated sense of his own significance. Always has.

So you're saying he's a performer of some kind, then.

He's Ted Nugent without the actual talent.


This statment makes no sense. Nugent has no talent.
 
2013-01-07 08:48:42 AM  

hbk72777: Had to rent a tux there for my brothers wedding. Awful awful suits and service. My father's vest was an irregular or something, it kept moving to one side. My 2 yr old nephew needed the sleeves adjusted, the biatch put 4 stitches in it, when he put his arm into the sleeve, he got caught in the gaps where additional stitches should have been. The had me try on a sized jacket and it fit, went up to NY to pick it up, too small.

fark that jew and his slogan.


You're garbage.
 
2013-01-07 09:57:10 AM  
At least he didn't blame Obama this time.
 
2013-01-07 10:46:10 AM  
If this had been a regular person ordering a gift card that didn't arrive in the promised time, people would say Men's Warehouse Bad! Like Mustaine or not, Men's Warehouse is a company that didn't fulfill their promise.


If there's a new way, Dave would be the first in line. It better fit this time.
 
2013-01-07 10:56:28 AM  
i called him Dave Mustang for about 3 years. this was the mid-80s though.
 
2013-01-07 11:49:46 AM  
WOW WOW WOW ---Who knew that basement dwelling, dateless wonders were such snazzy dressers?
 
2013-01-07 01:17:20 PM  

Chevello: I don't even own a suit.

LOL at guys who have to wear one to work.


Shut up and get my coffee.

/wears a suit
//doesn't make coffee.
 
2013-01-07 01:28:03 PM  
Love Megadeth, wish Dave would just shut the hell up. How does someone become crazier after they get off heroin?
 
2013-01-09 03:21:21 PM  

joeflood: Love Megadeth, wish Dave would just shut the hell up. How does someone become crazier after they get off heroin?


They become a born-again christian and adopt all the worst tenants of the GOP?
 
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