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Croc Wellies £13.00 + £4.99 P&P @ Sports direct
Croc Wellies £13.00 + £4.99 P&P @ Sports direct

Croc Wellies £13.00 + £4.99 P&P @ Sports direct

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Grab a pair of Croc Wellies for a bargain £13.00. Sizes available up to an adult size 6 (39). In a couple of colours. Also ladies crocs starting at £9 pounds a pair.

I know there is a 5 pounds click and collect, but there is always the 5 pounds to spend in store, which always comes in handy...

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Mike Ashley.......bbbbbrrrrrrrrr

Don't blame Mike Ashley...
He knows just how to work the capitalistic system to his own advantage...while not giving a fig about anyone

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Mike Ashley.......bbbbbrrrrrrrrr



Yes, this is a Sports Direct deal so automatically cold from me. Shudder.

I have never and would never buy anything from them online. But I hear a rumour they automatically add a Sports Direct mug to your order and charge you for it - unless you have the presence of mind to untick a box?

cburns

Don't blame Mike Ashley... He knows just how to work the capitalistic … Don't blame Mike Ashley... He knows just how to work the capitalistic system to his own advantage...while not giving a fig about anyone



Capitalism isn't perfect but it is a robust economic system. Sadly, if left unchecked, it can cause great divides in our society. I believe all successful business people have a social responsibility to give back to the community, and the improve the lives of the less fortunate. Mike Ashley has publically said he is not Father Christmas. Would you like to work in a company which has allegedly in the past fined worker(s) 15 minutes of wages for being 1 minute late for work?
Edited by: "matedodgy" 20th Aug 2016

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'Hangs head in shame'.. ..Yep Mike Ashley (and Philip Green for that matter)....ice cold...I apologise...as for the mug...again yes...it is added (along with some brochure) and you have to unclick......But I must stress that sometimes with very little money on pockets, needs must... I apologise...

cburns

Don't blame Mike Ashley... He knows just how to work the capitalistic … Don't blame Mike Ashley... He knows just how to work the capitalistic system to his own advantage...while not giving a fig about anyone


Apart from Celtic fans.

matedodgy

Capitalism isn't perfect but it is a robust economic system. Sadly, if … Capitalism isn't perfect but it is a robust economic system. Sadly, if left unchecked, it can cause great divides in our society. I believe all successful business people have a social responsibility to give back to the community, and the improve the lives of the less fortunate. Mike Ashley has publically said he is not Father Christmas. Would you like to work in a company which has allegedly in the past fined worker(s) 15 minutes of wages for being 1 minute late for work?


I disagree about capitalism being robust, it is in a constant state of tension due to its internal contradictions and is only maintained by false consciousness and reification. A crisis is always inevitable. There are some very good post-capitalist thinkers/books around.
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