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Bluecheck journo doxxes,
calls cops on Target worker
over price of toothbrush
-- and it goes badly for him

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Posted By: Magnante, 1/18/2020 8:12:27 AM

For a whiff of who's doing your news, take a gander at this idiocy from a vaunted member of the bluecheck-American community: [tweet] This @target manager Tori is not honoring the price of their items per massachusetts law (snip) Apparently, he mistook an inventory tag set up as a placeholder for an advertised price tag of $0.01 and intended to compel Target and its lowly manager to give him the $89.99 toothbrush for pretty much free. When he didn't get what he wanted, he doxxed the manager on his big-follower Twitter account and called the police


Showing contempt for lowly people like a Target store manager.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: chumley 1/18/2020 8:30:35 AM (No. 291564)
I had to look up blue check. Turns out it is a left wing Twitter user who has been Twitter verified by a blue check mark, whatever that means. In other words, a loser. I hope the court throws this foolishness out and charges Mr Blue Check with court costs.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 1/18/2020 8:36:10 AM (No. 291572)
From his Twitter post: I have not been able to afford to go to a dentist in over three years. This loser must be loads of fun to be around.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Highlander 1/18/2020 8:49:19 AM (No. 291584)
I usually questioned checkers whenever they rang up the wrong charge on an item (before scanners), but nowhere in my wildest dream would I think that a $0.01 display tag is the right price for a $90 toothbrush! If this dweeb is married, his wife has got to be hiding in shame!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: seamusm 1/18/2020 9:06:16 AM (No. 291599)
A good story and even better outcome. But I DEPLORE using screenshots of tweets to pretend you're a writer. Please! Spare us.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Ruhn 1/18/2020 9:07:13 AM (No. 291601)
David Leavitt: a poster boy of the sewer that is social media.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rama41 1/18/2020 9:20:07 AM (No. 291610)
#2. Not true! Further in the article, he was called out on that for tweeting on 24 Feb 2018: "#YouAreWinning when you get the dentist's office to turn off Fox News". You're right. The guy's a real loser.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Kazaland 1/18/2020 9:43:44 AM (No. 291647)
"lowly manager" ?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Sunhan65 1/18/2020 9:57:05 AM (No. 291670)
Okay, he's a jerk. But yesterday (I'm not making this up), I was at Target buying a cheap suitcase. The price on the shelf said $79.95. No price on the item. There was no bar code either, so the checkout lady couldn't scan it. She used her phone to look it up on Target's website, which showed $129.95. I said the price marked was $79.95, so we went back to check. Turns out none of the pricing on the shelves under the suitcases was accurate. So we went to an in-store panel, which also said $124.95. Then they called their back office, who said the actual in-store price was supposed to be $109.95, which was marked nowhere. In the end they charged me $79.95 because they felt bad. I like Target, but a friend had a similar experience a few weeks ago. I'm old enough to remember when stores put price tags on the products themselves. Then stores started putting prices on the shelving to save time and money. The trade off has always been stores are expected to honor advertised pricing whenever there's a discrepancy at the till. Bottom line: Target mis-labeled the price and should have offered some concession to the customer. And, yes, he's still a jerk.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: hershey 1/18/2020 10:05:28 AM (No. 291682)
No big deal since I don't patronize Target any longer because of their anti-2nd amendment stance...gun free zones don't get my business...they don't like my guns, they surely don't like my money....
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Nimby 1/18/2020 10:21:20 AM (No. 291700)
what a piece of .....,,,,
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Reply 11 - Posted by: kono 1/18/2020 10:27:15 AM (No. 291704)
Blue check apparently means only that the identity of the user has been authenticated. Not that the content of the tweet has been verified. (had to look that up, though, because this is the first I can recall hearing the term). Think there's just a coincidence that his dentist had Fox, and it's been since Trump won the election that he claims he hasn't been able to afford to go to the dentist? You don't suppose he alienated his dentist by flaming the office for having Fox? I picture him laying the angry ultimatum about "never coming here again" if that's what they have on their TV and storming out, meaning to show his face there again (even if just to request his records be sent to another dentist) would feel humiliating... I bet what couldn't afford to go to the dentist for 3 years was not his wallet, but his ego.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: edgar 1/18/2020 10:42:40 AM (No. 291713)
Leavitt is the poster child for the term used to describe dishonorable people from the Commonwealth of MA, 'Masshole' and a steaming, gaping, blue checked one at that. P.S. I do not consider a Target store manager as 'lowly'. Its a tough job and someone has to do it. God bless you, Tory.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Laotzu 1/18/2020 10:48:56 AM (No. 291718)
Kudo's to "Kid Poker" Daniel Negraneau. His WSOP Player of the Year chase had him making testy videos where he abuses live fans. But he jumps right to the defense of this doxed Target manager and calls out the real villain. Daniel, you've redeemed yourself in my eyes.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Bogasso 1/18/2020 11:41:01 AM (No. 291751)
Small point - Feb, 24, 2018 isn’t three years ago.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: jir 1/18/2020 11:43:05 AM (No. 291752)
I work in retail. I am 70 years old. I can not believe the things customers do, really from ripping open packages and spreading the contents to taking a price sticker from one shelf and moving it to another. At my store, not Target, they use the same stupid cent sign to hold open a spot. Customers love to rearrange the store and take an expensive item and move it to a rack or shelf of a lower price, if they are unable to change pricing. I worked in an office all my life and was blissfully unaware of the treachery of customers. They do not care that when a department takes a loss, workers do not get hours and therefore do not get paid. I am not working at my age because I am bored, rather because I need the money, when my hours are cut, it hurts.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: cThree 1/18/2020 11:43:57 AM (No. 291753)
re #8 The penny price tag was clearly marked "display" and more important, the law in question accommodates mistaken pricing. Leavitt was wrong from the beginning, and a liar, too. He bragged of making a dentist office staff turn off FOX news in the waiting room in 2018, a time he claims not to have had enough money to see a dentist. Way, way back when I was a teenager in my first job in a store, I was simply expected to know the prices and ring them up on the cash register. I'd hold a product aloft and hail the manager if I didn't remember the price. (Occasionally I'd make up a reasonable price, if I didn't want to embarrass a customer by holding up, say, a box of Kotex and shouting, "Hey, Stan, how much are these?") Things have changed. Cigarettes then, for example, were all one price and seldom changed. Now the are dozens of prices, package deals and coupons for that one line of product. The "cash register" knows the score, seldom the clerk. We are dependent on the computer, and the store is not obligated to lose money or worse, suffer a "run on the bank," if there's a glitch in the technology. Managers will often accommodate a customer, but it's a judgment call. Judgment is apparently something Mr. Leavitt has none of. He richly deserves the mockery he's getting, which he'd intended to dump on the Target manager.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Blue-Z-Anna 1/18/2020 12:52:26 PM (No. 291804)
Shopping can be boring but I love pressing a mis-mark to my advantage. Once I accept your "Offer"......can you really back out ? Scan your receipt.......many "Sales" in grocery stores get charged at full price because of "Computer Error". B.S. Spit.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Sunhan65 1/18/2020 1:10:58 PM (No. 291815)
#16, I think we're mostly agreeing here. He's a jerk, and there's no legal obligation on Target's part, but stores often make accommodation based on manager's discretion, depending on the error. My point is that companies should be clear and upfront about their advertised pricing for their sake as well as ours. Yesterday I got an online quote from UPS to ship a TV. I boxed it up, took it to the UPS Store, and they tried to charge me twice the quote. I showed them the online quote, and they said tough. I took it to FedEx and got it shipped for the original quoted price. As #15 points out, while customers are often conniving, leaving a $0.01 placeholder on an otherwise unpriced item isn't good practice either. Honesty and transparency work both ways.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: OCJim 1/18/2020 1:21:20 PM (No. 291823)
Lefties harp about "privilege" while at the same time they consider themselves our betters and act privileged, entitled. Leftism is nothing if not a lack of self-knowledge. And this blue check guy is such a jerk, plain and simple. For myself, when shopping, I often match the UPC on the item with the UPC on the shelf, especially on sale items and when the price is especially good. Stocking errors and other misplacement's happen. UPC checking saves check-out line delays and disappointments.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: mc squared 1/18/2020 3:18:14 PM (No. 291882)
Hasn't seen a dentist for 3 years ( article says he's working) but can afford a lawsuit over 90 smackers.
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