Some people got a little inspired, I guess. Who knew binders had legs?
I've been told that Staples had to shut its comments section down where binders were concerned.
Samples below the suiggle:
A presidential candidate's choice is the choice for me
As a woman, I'm not adept at making decisions that concern me. So when I need the right choice, I turn to the presidential candidate that KNOWS. One with prideful experience in this department. I don't want to be filed away in an inferior & confusing electronic doohickey that I couldn't possibly understand. Or heaven forbid, have a man ask for & listen to my ideas! I'd much rather rely on this top of the line, 1980s style, Avery Durable binder. It's the choice America can trust. My education, my ideas, my opinions, my choices, please PLEASE keep them safely stored away here and far away from the men that might fear them (I mean, want to use them to hire me somedaynever). I'd write more about this most useful product, but it's time I hurry home to make dinner.
Not as useful as the Trap Her, Keep Her
Maybe it's just my women, but they don't seem to want to fit into the space I've designated for them in this binder. They keep sticking out over the edges, even getting away in some cases. I thought using clear, glass-ceiling page protectors would help, but it doesn't seem to slow them down anymore.
Price not competitive with Chinese modelsGo. Now.
This product is generally serviceable, but expensive compared to its competition. My guess is that the price differential is due to Avery still making this product in the United States while competing products are made in China. I would suggest that Avery move its production to China, allowing it to lower the price AND still pre-load the binder with small, inexpensive Chinese women (who would probably fit better in a binder of this size anyways).
8:16 PM PT: I would be remiss if I did not thank my friend Noelle for pointing this out to me...
8:19 PM PT: I only posted three. Feel free to post your faves!