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The level of joy that some of you lot seem to exhibit at people losing their jobs is disgusting.

As it happens, my partner runs a shop selling curtains from this firm, and up to now was doing very well. Now we don't know what the future of the shop is going to be with the loss of their major supplier.

But you carry on with your jokes eh?

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The level of joy that some of you lot seem to exhibit at people losing their jobs is disgusting.

As it happens, my partner runs a shop selling curtains from this firm, and up to now was doing very well. Now we don't know what the future of the shop is going to be with the loss of their major supplier.

But you carry on with your jokes eh?

I guess that draws the frivolity to a close.

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The level of joy that some of you lot seem to exhibit at people losing their jobs is disgusting.

As it happens, my partner runs a shop selling curtains from this firm, and up to now was doing very well. Now we don't know what the future of the shop is going to be with the loss of their major supplier.

But you carry on with your jokes eh?

Sorry to hear that.

Interesting contradiction though - your shop has been doing well selling the curtains, which is excellent, but the factory making the curtains is now closing down.

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The level of joy that some of you lot seem to exhibit at people losing their jobs is disgusting.

As it happens, my partner runs a shop selling curtains from this firm, and up to now was doing very well. Now we don't know what the future of the shop is going to be with the loss of their major supplier.

But you carry on with your jokes eh?

Sorry about that, but they're supplying you and not the other way round so surely you could find another quality supplier?

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Sorry to hear that.

Interesting contradiction though - your shop has been doing well selling the curtains, which is excellent, but the factory making the curtains is now closing down.

Levels of scale I suppose. It's a small shop, so the number of curtain sales needed to keep it going is lower - they were certainly never going to keep Montgomery alive if they weren't selling enough units across the whole country. It's sad, because people haven't been buying much for a couple of years, and it just looked over the last few months like things were picking up to more reasonable levels.

Sorry about that, but they're supplying you and not the other way round so surely you could find another quality supplier?

The shop does have other suppliers, but Montgomery were the largest. It isn't just a case of swapping one out and another one in - you have to buy samples, sometimes display units that they want you to have, and those can be a large overhead for a small business.

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The level of joy that some of you lot seem to exhibit at people losing their jobs is disgusting.

As it happens, my partner runs a shop selling curtains from this firm, and up to now was doing very well. Now we don't know what the future of the shop is going to be with the loss of their major supplier.

But you carry on with your jokes eh?

get another supplier.

luckily, soldiers under fire recover by having a laugh...it is the best medicine.

Next you'll be saying its racist to criticize the policy of black politicians.

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