Stay away form Tim Horton’s K-Cups

I was at Sam’s Club the other day and picked up a box of Tim Hortons K-Cups. People have told me that Tim Hortons was like the Canadian version of Duncan Donuts. Since I associate Duncan Donuts with the greatest tasting coffee ever made, I decided to give it a try. Big mistake. Tim Hortons … Continue reading “Stay away form Tim Horton’s K-Cups”

A review of Retro Pop Box 1970’s

I received a Retro Pop Box 1970’s for the month of April in the mail yesterday. This is the first box I’ve received from them. Although I’m new to Retro Pop Box, I’m very familiar with their business model. Customers pay a monthly subscription fee and the company ships a goodie box every month containing things relevant to a specific … Continue reading “A review of Retro Pop Box 1970’s”

The Black & Decker Easy 8-Cup coffeemaker

A couple of weeks ago I bought a Black & Decker Easy 8-Cup coffeemaker. I thought it would be a good idea to augment my Keurig single-serve coffee maker with a good old-fashioned drip maker. Why make coffee one cup at a time if I’m going to be home for a while? It seemed to me … Continue reading “The Black & Decker Easy 8-Cup coffeemaker”

The problem with leaving honest Amazon reviews

A few months ago, I bought a special tool on Amazon that was supposed to help with taping drywall. It’s called TapeBuddy Drywall Taping Tool. The makers claimed it allowed you to easily apply an even amount of joint compound directly to the joint tape. In fact, they stated on their website that it was … Continue reading “The problem with leaving honest Amazon reviews”

Nike.com has terrible customer service

Saturday, March 14, I ordered a pair of Air Max 90 Essential shoes directly from the Nike.com website. They were on sale. They normally sold for $110 and I got them for $64.97, plus $8.00 shipping. I was told in an email to expect them on March 18. It’s March 18 and instead of receiving … Continue reading “Nike.com has terrible customer service”