DTNS 3206 – Millennials Are Killing CNN

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One thought on “DTNS 3206 – Millennials Are Killing CNN

  1. regarding the mis-priced items. what about the next person who thinks they are paying one price, but then get charged another, but don’t notice? you’re doing that customer, and the store, a favor by pointing out that flaw, and the flaw in the system.

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