Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Big companies

Some companies just don't care! My dad gave my grandpa a build-it-yourself craft model river mill for his birthday, and you know how they have the picture and a little background on the box? Well, in the background there was a dinosaur! I thought "Man, those dinosaurs were smart for having golf ball sized brains!"  
But you know, there are other business people that don't care either, orthodontists!  Because if there is one thing that they don't get taught in college and high school, it's the nerves system. "Oh, I didn't know it hurts if I pinch your lip against your bracket." or " Oops, your cheek got stuck in between your brackets." 
Some toy companies are another good example. My little brother one time just finished a dentist appointment, and kids dentists always give you little toys, but the toy he picked out broke instantly after we left the dentist's office and he wouldn't stop crying until we went back to get a new one. I guess that it was kind of my little brother's fault but still! Making crappy stuff and selling it is just dishonest! So if you want more customers if you had a business, be nice to your customers and don't sell junk!


Eldon and Janeil Olsen said...

Interesting comments. But it was Aunt Brenda that gave Grandpa that craft project.

I guess they're only interested in making money.

Imagitext said...

People don't write good books anymore but the thing that frustrates me is that those books are the most read! Sometimes I just want to write a book so that I can shove it in J.K. Rowling's face and say, "Ha I am a better writer then you." That feeling doesn't last long. I just wish people would open there eyes. Then the writers who should get credit will.

Eldon and Janeil Olsen said...

So who are writers you like?

brenda said...

I know what you mean. The "dollar tree" store used to be an addiction for Sam, but everything broke. Well, duh. It was a dollar. It's the consumers as well as the companies who need to wise up. Vote with your dollar! You get a say in what gets produced.

Berkeley said...

One time I had a toy sword I had just bought break in the parking lot at Doller Tree.

You didn't mention that Wal-Mart is evil.