It’s tough enough to wait for several days outside an electronics store for an item you desire, but even more difficult when you’ve got to contend with unsympathetic managers and police. A man who’s such a hardcore Nintendo fan he calls himself “Triforce” thought he’d wait outside a New York Best Buy in the days leading up to the release of the 3DS, but a manager called NYPD to have him removed. Undeterred, Triforce hopped back in front of the store and is posting YouTube videos on his adventures.
Danielle said she and her friend were stuck in London without a flight back to Boston after their original flight was canceled. She said American Airlines, on which the original flight was scheduled, told them it booked them on a British Airways flight, but the latter airline said that wasn’t the case. Danielle said AA wouldn’t listen to her complaint.
In a joyous-for-customers agreement straight out of a Seinfeld episode, Cablevision and Time Warner Cable cut a deal with New York’s City Hall that requires the companies to give customers a free month of service if a technician arrives late to an appointment.