Take Amazon, Please 

We need to get off our duffs and spend some love and money on our local merchants.

American consumers are just plain easy. We talk a lot about hating greed but seem reluctant to play hard to get with amazonian entities that want to — cue maniacal laughter here — rule the world. And on the topic of gargantuan…

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