Amalgam ban demanded in Germany

Joel M. Eichen joele at earthlink.net
Wed Sep 29 17:37:21 EST 1999


Michael Stanley <thesmilecentre at home.com> wrote:

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>A while back I walked into Sears with a broken 3/8" ratchet (wrench). I
>told the salesman I broke it loosening a lug nut on my '74 Beetle (German
>quality - 200,000+ miles). Salesman placed a new one in a sack, which he
>handed to me,  took the old broken one and tossed it into a box under the
>register. He said "Come back when you need a new one. You may like to try
>a 1/2" ratchet or a lug wrench next time."  No questions, no complaints,
>no "bullshit".

>Patient broke a PFM crown. Five years in the mouth. Replaced "No Charge".
>Apologized for the inconvenience.

>We can afford these things when we know that they are rarities.

Yep.

>mls ;)

>Renate Ratlos wrote:







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