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I recently bought this magnificent coffee machine with which I happily contemplated jittering myself into oblivion. However, upon brewing a brew, when I came to pour a cup of coffee I discovered, to my dismay, that half the contents were pouring down the front of the jug onto my kitchen work surface. This was definitely not a good way to start my day.

So I wrote to them, of course, unfortunately the first message was sent by me from their web site and I have no copy of it, but it was to the effect that I was not happy and wanted to know whether they had bought out a modified jug in the light of this problem. I also asked them if they were the company responsible for all those motorway teapots that do exactly the same thing, I had often wondered who designed them. This was their response and this was mine and since then silence, so I have taken the coffee machine back. However, such ineptitude and poor customer service cannot be allowed to go unnoticed, hence this page. I shall be sending a link to this page to them, so, watch this space.

In this 'great' age of 'Globalization', can huge multi national companies decry all responsibility for their actions? Is the woman or man on the street too small to be bothered with? Maybe so, but we need not be silent about it.

Che Gahuna.

AKA Keith.

With apologies to Che Guevara, a lion to my mouse. 

 

Why all this fuss? It may have escaped some peoples notice that George Orwell's '1984' has arrived, and not subtly. Amongst other things it is called Globalization, protests against which, Tony Blair called a 'spurious cause'. 

Large issues or small the time has come to say, 'No'.

 

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