If you are looking to be an exploited, expendable asset with no chance of benefits: look no further. You are a cow out to pasture and they're milking you dry. Companies that utilize them are just shy of being slave labor and a heartbeat from moving to India. RTS, SEI, Ecolab, Amazon... it's no accident major corporations are in the Red River Valley and even less of a coincidence places like Kelly Sevices thrive
The BEST DAMN BURGER IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY! And the fries too. Period. It's better than Sonic ever was, better than any "fast food" or sit down diner.
I thought to myself one night, "Self... where can you go to get ignored by the staff, bad service, overpriced skunky beer, a $2 flat can of Coke, hear a band butcher someone else's music, and be stared at all night long by the cast of 'The Biggest Loser' and 'The Devil's Rejects'?" Then it hit me.... the Diamond Lounge. Oh well... it was better than $8 beer night at Borrowed Bucks or the trailer park on the loose at the El Roco.
You can find the majority of the inventory across the parking lot at other stores for $10 to $100 less, without the "buy the extended warranty". The staff is poorly trained (I blame high turnover & micro-managers). Since about 2003, the only thing "Best" about Best Buy is leaving one. Don't even get me started on their restocking fees, months of arguing to get them to honor their ever changing "Service Plans" and the ineptitude of their Geek Squad.
Horrible food seconded only to their horrible service. Not even room temperature food, and when manager is confronted, she says, "Oh well" and turns her back on you.
If you are looking for the best prices to sell your games: Ebay. If you are looking to be ripped off, sell for pennies on the dollar? Gamestop. The majority of the time, you can find better deals at Walmart. $2 off full retail is not a deal. Selling your Nintendo DS for $19 to them to have them resell it at $130? Not a deal. Several times I purchased used games, to not be allowed to inspect them until I've made payment, to have the receipt in my hand - open the case - and observed the disc damaged and had to demand immediate refund. They are worse than a pawn shop.
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