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Thanks to all who read or commented on my "rant"..

I just received a phone call from Raymarine, and they offered to send me a pin and socket for my Tiller Pilot--free--gratis--no charge-- one time only!!!!

Thanks to Raymarine my problem is solved!!

PS They didn't say, but maybe they will change their packaging to 1 pin and 1 socket in a pack for around $10.
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wow,good for ray. who said customer service is dead in the u.s.,yeah i think it was me
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If it's any kind of boat hardware I don't have a problem buying more than I need - it's cool stuff to hoard at the very least.

Where I have a problem with packaging is the supermarket - why do hotdogs come in 8's and the buns in 12's? They don't match up until 24 - who eats 24 hotdogs? You ALWAYS end up with some stale buns.

Is it a plot by the bakers?
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Where I have a problem with packaging is the supermarket - why do hotdogs come in 8's and the buns in 12's? They don't match up until 24 - who eats 24 hotdogs? You ALWAYS end up with some stale buns.-SloopJohnB
Hot Dogs are sold in many differnt packs. 8to1s = 8 to a lb., 6to1s= 6 to a lb, 4 to 1s= 4 to a lb (quarter pounders). This is a standard way chefs order dogs for a restaurant. I think thats where the classifications came from. Some of us like our hot dogs/ wursts in differing sizes. So if you want no extra buns buy two packs of 6 to 1s.

Buns on the otherhand are sold by the dozens which is a standard measure of production/ sale in baking.

Both items are sold and sized in the unit measure of their production and nary the twain shall meet.

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And what's with donut shops having 30 seats, but only 6 parking spaces, eh?
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Thanks to all who read or commented on my "rant"..

I just received a phone call from Raymarine, and they offered to send me a pin and socket for my Tiller Pilot--free--gratis--no charge-- one time only!!!!

Thanks to Raymarine my problem is solved!!

PS They didn't say, but maybe they will change their packaging to 1 pin and 1 socket in a pack for around $10.
Way to go- you complained and got something for free, while overlooking the chance to make a profit.

There is a metaphor on the current state of the economy in there somewhere.

In any event, congrats on the freebie.
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Hot Dogs are sold in many differnt packs. 8to1s = 8 to a lb., 6to1s= 6 to a lb, 4 to 1s= 4 to a lb (quarter pounders). This is a standard way chefs order dogs for a restaurant. I think thats where the classifications came from. Some of us like our hot dogs/ wursts in differing sizes. So if you want no extra buns buy two packs of 6 to 1s.

Buns on the otherhand are sold by the dozens which is a standard measure of production/ sale in baking.

Both items are sold and sized in the unit measure of their production and nary the twain shall meet.

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Here's one for ya, my wife likes her wieners large and I like her buns small..
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Way to go- you complained and got something for free, while overlooking the chance to make a profit.

There is a metaphor on the current state of the economy in there somewhere.

In any event, congrats on the freebie.
Ouch. Ain't that the truth though.
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And what's with donut shops having 30 seats, but only 6 parking spaces, eh?
Like -bljones

Thats to keep the cops in their cruisers not hanging out inside

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