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Scott Francis Baker

April 10th, 2005

Woman rams apartment with BMW because of loud television @ 12:04 pm

As I was eating breakfast I was going through the newspaper. I was flipping through the Best Buy ad and I got to the washer and drier page. They had a washer and drier for about $400 each, and then they had another washer and drier for about $1100 each. I'm sitting there thinking to myself, that's a huge difference. I wonder how much cleaner and drier that $1100 pair really gets your clothes. Come on!
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Date:April 10th, 2005 09:29 pm (UTC)
cheap one = uses more power + water and doesn't hold as many clothes.
Date:April 11th, 2005 02:13 am (UTC)
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Date:April 11th, 2005 02:25 am (UTC)


In the last 21 years, my sister has had four sets of GE washers and driers, bought new at moderate prices. Each set had to be repaired, then needed to be totally replaced as they wore out. In that same period of time I have had the one set of higher end Maytags, a washer and a drier (known affectionately as Trixie and Bubbles), bought new in July of 1984. We have never had a repair and they do laundry day in, day out. They work like new as of this writing. Believe me, we made out like bandits on our deal. My sister was throwing money out the window. Quality construction pays for itself with appliances.
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Date:April 15th, 2005 01:02 am (UTC)
I race my washer & dryer for $$$

Scott Francis Baker