Rozanne Polansky is angry about recent marketing decisions by Sears, Walmart and Amazon. She thinks “morally offensive merchandise” should be removed from websites that cater to “regular” customers like her. “These readers are outraged by Sears and Amazon. Should they be?”
Jack Buckley books a trip to Ireland and the U.K, but his anticipation fades after terrorists attack England. Now he wants to know if he can just skip the London side trip on his Aer Lingus ticket. “I don’t want to go to England anymore. Can I skip that flight?”
High prices. Long airport lines. Terrorism.
If he ran into trouble anywhere, Alan Tannenbaum expected it would be in Istanbul, where he visited his son last week. Turns out he was only half right.
“Where will the terrorists strike next?”
After the terrorist attacks in Brussels and Istanbul, Melissa Chapman thinks she deserves a refund for her summer river cruise. But as is the case with many of the problems that come our way on this site, timing is everything.
““Viking has told us one lie after another””