Wouldn't buy off SoundStore either, had enough of their bankruptcies and
miraculous re-emergences in the nineties.
Chip is still in business, in Ballincollig and online. I can get you the
address if you like. Tell Tony he should talk to that Beecher fella
about his website if you're talking to him. :)
http://www.chip.ie/ I think.
mick sharpe wrote:
> "On Maplin, I wouldn't buy anything bigger than a packet of DVDs or case
> screws off them. Some of their staff are lovely, but I've met the
> arrogant muppets...."
> Oh you mean the clinically brain devoid day facing zombies who chew
> turn their back when they talk to you and your supposed to understand
> they are saying??
> Are you referring to the pseudo-management who took a one hour course in
> people mismanagement skills so as to find the best way to annoy potential
> Regarding DVDs, save your bucks for beer or other important items and get
> the DVDs in SoundStore. Litterally half the price, and thats with a
> in this store. and all just 100m away!
> On the positive note, they make me realise how much I miss a cork
> institution, Chip Electronics, not that Adam would know anything
> Speaking of Good Stuff, the wine store in the retail park is a worthwhile
> trip, bypass Maplins altogether and go straight there!
> On 05/12/2007, adam <clug at perm.it> wrote:
>> Thanks for all the replies lads, appreciate it. I think that particular
>> GPS unit is out of my range but I was more interested in the general
>> state of Irish mapping anyway.
>> On Maplin, I wouldn't buy anything bigger than a packet of DVDs or case
>> screws off them. Some of their staff are lovely, but I've met the
>> arrogant muppets and heard too many stories to buy something that might
>> need a follow-up down the line.
>> mick sharpe wrote:
>>> Cant see where they do the maternity gear in there but ill look ;-)
>>> Me, not so much interested in maternity gear but I am waiting for the
>>> ellection where the candidate for TD will promise to reintroduce
>>> On 01/12/2007, Robert Sweetnam <linux at sweetnam.eu> wrote:
>>>> Very true. Only reason I wandered in there in the first place was
>>>> because herself was shopping for maternity stuff so that was my cue to
>>>> wander off ;)
>>>> mick sharpe wrote:
>>>>> aw well if your hapyy in a pile of shit....
>>>>> they can be good sometimes...but more a rarity than the rule ;-)
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