Wednesday, February 19, 2014

The yoyo of consumer satisfaction

Yesterday I was downright blissful over getting a $200 tire for $35, complete with rapid, competent service. Based on past experience, I expected similar joy refilling my prescriptions in Los Algodones, Mexico.

Eh, not so much.

Last time, I had no trouble getting jars of fifty 600MG Gabapentin. This time, no one had 600MG tablets, only 300MG. And only in boxes of fifteen tablets. And only three or four boxes in stock. And the prices were nothing special.


I guess swarms of diabetic snowbirds have cleaned them out of the good stuff.

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