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Jans

I am very happy with my furniture from Weatherby's....
Thanks Denise

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kl27

nothing bothers me more than wanting to quietly browse and then being accosted by drooling salespersons acting as if they've never seen a customer before.  this has been my experience twice at Mor.  as a result , i go to Mor no more.

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webekoool

I went there and spent 1300.00 on a very nice custom sectional  that wasnt from china very cool

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CharlesMcCabe

I wanted a specific hutch and dining room table. Weatherby's price was about 30% less than their competitors, and they had one of them in stock. They located a hutch for me in LA and had it at my house in just a couple of days. The trucking company

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iblisa

I bought a living room set. I paid over three thousand dollars for a three piece set. It was a waste of my money. Paid for extended warrrenty that only covered ripped or torn materials. The frames broke on the couch and extra large chair. With-in one

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bmw328man

As a person who spends a lot of time watching the Food Network on TV, I come across a lot of recipes requiring spices that you can't find in any of our local supermarkets. Without fail, I can always find the spices I need at Cost Plus. (An example

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maryrusso

Cost Plus is great! They have an excellent selection of housewares and an international food & wine market. You can buy everything from bath soap to champagne to a leather sofa here.
Even though everything here is mass produced stuff, it

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maryrusso

Anna's is a discount linens chain and unfortunately, you get what you pay for here. The quality is very low, but if you are just looking for something inexpensive it is the place to go. It's small in comparision to the other bedding superstores locally

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emich

When I'm in the mood to browse I go to World Market. The store is loaded with fun, unique items from all over the world. The staff is always friendly and helpful. And the wine selection is superb.
I'm usually able to find great gifts here, and

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