Life is a damn inconvenience
by SiouxFan - Posted Mon June 11, 2007 @ 5:58 PM
I'm getting sick of hearing about how some consumers want compensation simply because they were inconvenienced. It's not a valid excuse.
For example, let's say you bought a blender and when you got home to use it, you found out it was defective. You don't demand compensation for driving back to the store to exchange it for a new one. The store didn't know it was defective when they sold it to you, so why should they give you money?
My point is, life is full of inconveniences. You can't be compensated for all (or most) of them. Are you going to ask for compensation when road construction makes you take a different route? I would hope not.
Life isn't perfect. You're going to be inconvenienced all throughout life. Why is it someone else's fault?