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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Should I call in my wet LA Times?

Didn't anyone tell the Los Angeles Times circulation department it is raining in San Dimas this morning? My paper is soaked and unreadable. Should I call in the wet newspaper, or just visit Circle K and fork over fifty cents for a dry paper?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I say call it in. You're a customer, as well as an employee! Then go out a purchase one you can read :-)

Hope the cold didn't set in!

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Onanite said...

Call the paper. You pay for dry papers to be delivered.

Onanite

Ed Padgett said...

Thanks Anonymous and Oranite,

I opted to buy a dry newspaper at Circle K this morning. I really dislike the feel of a newspaper that was wet and dryed.

Jess Espinoza said...

Call it in anyway, let them know and they'll give you a credit.

Al Albanes said...

I am subscribed to the press interprise and my condition for my business is that my paper has to be in a plastic bag every day, after all my sprinklers go off every morning too. Just ask to bag it or cancel...