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(Daily Dot)   Man buys $3,200 worth of products, but store wants him to pay 11 cents more for a disposable bag. What to do? What to do?   (dailydot.com) divider line
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2022-11-26 1:15:28 PM  
If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.
 
2022-11-26 1:33:38 PM  

Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.


Sometimes it's part of a gift.
A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.
Also, instead of wasting paper on gift wrap...the bag is the gift wrap.
So, you can have an Apple bag...and stuff in those tissue paper things in it to hide the items. Same with other companies, Peir one, World Market, etc. Most even will supply those tissue papers on request.
Or just bringing it from the car without the other person seeing the item...because your cloth supermarket bag is filled with ham and raw chicken.
You're single, aren't you?
 
2022-11-26 1:56:54 PM  
So the fee worked as intended?
 
2022-11-26 1:59:47 PM  
I think the complaint seems to be more of a workflow issue. He paid online, went to pick up and the charge is then calculated at pick up.

That's a Best Buy failure. An 11¢ credit card transaction costs more than the bag.
 
2022-11-26 2:01:30 PM  

optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.


Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?
 
2022-11-26 2:03:52 PM  

Joe USer: I think the complaint seems to be more of a workflow issue. He paid online, went to pick up and the charge is then calculated at pick up.

That's a Best Buy failure. An 11¢ credit card transaction costs more than the bag.


I'm PRETTY sure. Best Buy and Big Box stores aren't like your local 7/11 that gets charged by individual transactions
 
2022-11-26 2:06:50 PM  

common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?


There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.
 
2022-11-26 2:12:23 PM  
I see Kentucky hates the sustainable logging industry and best buy can't provide a paper bag, which is perfectly organic n recyclable, biodegradable, and you can start a fire with n if you heat with wood.
 
2022-11-26 2:42:02 PM  
Oh no! Not a 'less than stellar' experience, like everyone else on the planet deals with all the time their entire lives!
 
2022-11-26 2:43:16 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.


The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.
 
2022-11-26 3:05:09 PM  
Hey...you think they'd consider giving you a DISCOUNT of quarter if you brought your own bag would on the table.
 
2022-11-26 3:13:45 PM  

optikeye: Joe USer: I think the complaint seems to be more of a workflow issue. He paid online, went to pick up and the charge is then calculated at pick up.

That's a Best Buy failure. An 11¢ credit card transaction costs more than the bag.

I'm PRETTY sure. Best Buy and Big Box stores aren't like your local 7/11 that gets charged by individual transactions


Some costs are fixed, some are not.
 
2022-11-26 4:13:48 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.


I've been simultaneously homeless and on crutches. Go be self-entitled somewhere else.

And suggesting that the extra charge is *because of your disability* is even worse.
 
2022-11-26 5:11:20 PM  

optikeye: There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?


Magical weight-reducing bags don't come cheap I bet.
 
2022-11-26 5:16:54 PM  
Chicago has a surcharge of 7 cents per bag.

It's fine. You either carry things with your meat hooks or you shell out less than a dime. You'll get over it.

Nowhere in the Constitution is it written that you are entitled to a bag w/ purchase.
 
2022-11-26 5:17:48 PM  
NJ banned disposable bags about six months ago. I have seen many people at the supermarket rolling their carts full of goods to their cars and load their trunks. But that doesn't always work out. Scored a box of chocolate at the Amish market today when whoever had my cart before me left a gift.

Or I am the first 21st century Tylenol/candy victim. My daughter is waiting to see if I'm still alive tomorrow before she tries the candy. Tasted good and we bought more chocolate from the same vendor.
 
2022-11-26 5:21:59 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.


If you get that upset about an 11 cent bag fee, you might want to consider some therapy. That can't be healthy.

My father has been a quadriplegic since 1973. I was born in 1972. I got diagnosed with sleep apnea after 50 years of life.  I now know it has been an issue since I was a toddler, and I've never had a good night's sleep in my life, until January of this year.

But if getting your blood boiling over this is what you want to do, nobody will stop you.
 
2022-11-26 5:23:46 PM  
Things must be going pretty good in America if people have thousands of dollars to spend on electronic gadgets that they don't even need and their biggest complaint is "a less than stellar experience" caused by an 11 cent bag.
 
2022-11-26 5:27:58 PM  
I can understand he thinks it is being petty but having to spend the time to complain on TikTok just shows that he's an attention whore.
 
2022-11-26 5:30:51 PM  

Demetrius: So the fee worked as intended?


Came to say this.
 
2022-11-26 5:32:23 PM  

Joe USer: I think the complaint seems to be more of a workflow issue. He paid online, went to pick up and the charge is then calculated at pick up.

That's a Best Buy failure. An 11¢ credit card transaction costs more than the bag.


Perhaps he learned to bring his own bag next time? Like, as is the intent of the law.

Of course, he felt slighted, so he's bending logic. "I paid 3.2k, so rules aren't for me".
 
2022-11-26 5:35:15 PM  
This sea turtle would love to give him one, for free even.
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/"Waahh I have too much money and they wouldn't enable me to ruin the environment even more for free!"
//What an entitled POS
 
2022-11-26 5:47:56 PM  

common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.

I've been simultaneously homeless and on crutches. Go be self-entitled somewhere else.

And suggesting that the extra charge is *because of your disability* is even worse.


I saw someone on Twitter describe optikeye's approach as "weaponizing the language of social justice to further personal vendettas," and that certainly seems to apply here.
 
2022-11-26 5:50:36 PM  
Psychopompous:
Nowhere in the Constitution is it written that you are entitled to a bag w/ purchase.

What part of "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" is unclear?
 
2022-11-26 5:53:43 PM  
That 11¢ adds up.
If he invested it at 5% interest, in 40 years he would have...77¢

How much would the stuff he purchased for $3200 be worth in 40 years?
 
2022-11-26 5:54:02 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: Joe USer: I think the complaint seems to be more of a workflow issue. He paid online, went to pick up and the charge is then calculated at pick up.

That's a Best Buy failure. An 11¢ credit card transaction costs more than the bag.

Perhaps he learned to bring his own bag next time? Like, as is the intent of the law.

Of course, he felt slighted, so he's bending logic. "I paid 3.2k, so rules aren't for me".


How about Best Buy fix their workflow instead.

Some people might want or need a bag. Putting a check box on the order form would solve that issue.
 
2022-11-26 6:01:02 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.


You should post a video to Tik Tok
 
2022-11-26 6:01:15 PM  
FTA: "After city officials banned lightweight plastic bags in Austin, Texas, in 2013, customers used bags made of heavier plastic-which are less environmentally friendly.
"Turns out that Austin's residents were buying (and discarding) trash can liners now that they weren't getting plastic bags for free," Lucy Bayly wrote for NBC News."

<shockedpikachuface.jpg>
 
2022-11-26 6:02:06 PM  
I guess he really showed them:

"Oh, yeah?  Well, I am not buying a bag!"
"OK.  Have a nice day sir."
"Furthermore, I will post about this on the internet.  Take that!"
 
2022-11-26 6:12:12 PM  

king of vegas: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.

If you get that upset about an 11 cent bag fee, you might want to consider some therapy. That can't be healthy.

My father has been a quadriplegic since 1973. I was born in 1972. I got diagnosed with sleep apnea after 50 years of life.  I now know it has been an issue since I was a toddler, and I've never had a good night's sleep in my life, until January of this year.

But if getting your blood boiling over this is what you want to do, nobody will stop you.


Hey guys, I've got dodgy hamstrings and arthritic fingers and toes, can I join the pity party?
 
2022-11-26 6:17:18 PM  
Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

Of course it does you fool, this is AMERICA after all, what are you some kinda socialist??
 
2022-11-26 6:19:55 PM  
I honestly think outlawing plastic bags is a joke when every damn thing in the store is packaged in plastic anyway.
 
2022-11-26 6:33:15 PM  

ReapTheChaos: I honestly think outlawing plastic bags is a joke when every damn thing in the store is packaged in plastic anyway.


It's more for grocery stores than electronics stores.  But yes, the amount of packaging we use is absurd.
 
2022-11-26 6:38:11 PM  

BumpInTheNight: This sea turtle would love to give him one, for free even.
[c.files.bbci.co.uk image 850x478]

/"Waahh I have too much money and they wouldn't enable me to ruin the environment even more for free!"
//What an entitled POS


Hawaii has had a plastic bag surcharge for years.

/The most epic entitlement meltdown I've ever seen was some Karen at the Kona airport absolutely losing her shiat about being told there was a charge for plastic bags. That was the STUPIDEST thing she had EVER HEARD, and caused her to blow her top for 10 minutes straight at volume 11.
//Because we all know minimum wage store clerks are the ones passing state laws
 
2022-11-26 6:39:34 PM  

ReapTheChaos: I honestly think outlawing plastic bags is a joke when every damn thing in the store is packaged in plastic anyway.


...for now.

/It all starts somewhere. Low-hanging fruit first.
 
2022-11-26 6:42:35 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?


No. Because nothing is to stop you from bringing your own bag to the store. Around me single use plastics are illegal and you have to pay 5 cents for a paper bag. You either bring your own bags or you pay. It's expected. There's no law against providing a bag (provided that it isn't single use plastics), but you're paying for it. Every supermarket sells totes for like 99 cents.
 
2022-11-26 6:43:47 PM  

ReapTheChaos: I honestly think outlawing plastic bags is a joke when every damn thing in the store is packaged in plastic anyway.


So we should just throw our hands up and say, "what's the point?"

It's much easier to enact immediate change at a local and state level. It's a start.
 
2022-11-26 6:47:41 PM  
No Grocery Bag
Youtube VX5Nf-BiOQ4
 
2022-11-26 6:48:24 PM  

damageddude: NJ banned disposable bags about six months ago. I have seen many people at the supermarket rolling their carts full of goods to their cars and load their trunks. But that doesn't always work out. Scored a box of chocolate at the Amish market today when whoever had my cart before me left a gift.


That reminds me, earlier today I was at an Amish market in New Jersey and left behind a box of chocolate flavoured dog treats. According to the seller they have extra marrowbone jelly in and will give my dog a soft and glossy coat. I wonder what happened to that box.
 
2022-11-26 6:48:27 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.


You feel awfully entitled to a bag.

Bags aren't free. They're cheap, but not free. They've historically been provided without *additional* charge because they're cheap to produce and provide and the cost of providing them was just subsumed into the basic sticker price (whether you needed the bag or not).

However, they have costs to society not captured by such costs. The fee is explicitly capturing the cost of those externalities and assigning them where they belong, to the entity actually using the bag.

The cost involved here is negligible, and the time spent being mad about could cover the cost of hundreds of bags even at minimum wage.
 
2022-11-26 6:56:58 PM  
Look for a Canadian quarter in their pocket change?

Go Big Bang Theory and knock on the cash register 11 times saying Penny each time?

Go Old School old man and scream 11 cents back in the day would get you 33 root beer barrels or 12 gumballs or 1 gobstopper?
 
2022-11-26 6:57:58 PM  
Screw this. Next time I come here I'm bringing my own bag. Suck on that!
 
2022-11-26 6:58:39 PM  

Moniker o' Shame: I guess he really showed them:

"Oh, yeah?  Well, I am not buying a bag!"
"OK.  Have a nice day sir."
"Furthermore, I will post about this on the internet.  Take that!"


It's a shame we don't support each when standing up to b.s.
 
2022-11-26 7:02:20 PM  

optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: common sense is an oxymoron: optikeye: Pocket Ninja: If you need a bag to carry a single box out of a store, you might consider the possibility that you're too stupid to be shopping in the first place.

A corporation not supplying a bag for a 3,200 purchshace is the REAL stupid thing here.

Because spending more money justifies an exemption from environmental protection laws?

There's a LAW against providing a bag? Do tell, Show me that.
I have a back injury...would charging me extra for a bag come under the ADA act?
How about providing "Special Parking Spaces"
So, show me that law that says providing a bag is part of the EPA laws.

The reason for charging as much as a quarter (!) for a bag that can be reused for years instead of providing a free single-use bag at each visit is to reduce the impact of discarded bags on the environment. And your back injury has no effect on your ability to either pay for a bag or bring your own.

Fark you.
You've never been on very limited disability income or had to use a cane to walk. Handing me 3 to 4 items and expecting me to deal with them and my Cane is STUPID...and charging me extra for a bag because I have disability is stupid.
As for you never (EVER) having to deal with that....you keep taunting the karma bunny.
Again, I'm all for reusable bag...even before I got my first PalmPilot and NES I used those.

Now, I'll often forget the bags I bring inside, which are some times in the washer, before I FINALLY make it to the car and say fark...and look up the flight of steps and say "Well, Fark that"
JFC , man I bet you consider yourself a 'good person'...and yet the first thing you do here is attack a handicap person and pull the ageism card. Good luck with Mister Karma.


Is this about your eye?
 
2022-11-26 7:02:54 PM  
Ze rules are ze rules! No bag for you!
 
2022-11-26 7:08:08 PM  
Honestly, if it's only a couple items the only reason I bag it is so that security knows I went through the checkout lane.
 
2022-11-26 7:18:19 PM  

ReapTheChaos: I honestly think outlawing plastic bags is a joke when every damn thing in the store is packaged in plastic anyway.


It's another way we pretend that the state of the environment is due to individual-consumer actions and not collective-corporate ones.
 
2022-11-26 7:22:59 PM  
what to do? shut the fark up with your complaint about 11 cents you whiny pissant.
 
2022-11-26 7:40:43 PM  
Is the answer biatch about it online to get attention?
 
2022-11-26 7:50:11 PM  

Demetrius: So the fee worked as intended?


And he has TikTok content.  Win win.
 
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