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pennst8mary wrote:Geez, folks,it's just woot. If you ignore the home page (which does suck) and immediately click the "read more" in the description of the product, you get a nice clean redesigned woot page that has all the stuff we're use to. (and for you grammar police, yes, I know I just ended the sentence in a preposition.) It adds another click to my morning, but there are worse things in life.
I think we've got a shirt for anyone concerned about those prepositions.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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This smells like just another way to view Amazon. There's an old profound cliche'... if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Goodbye Woot, its been fun. Somebody get creative and set up a new Woot like this used to be. Maybe even a new eBay, like the original. All ebayers will follow.
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For all those howling about the changes to our cages, a little musical theater accompaniment...
Sugar 'em up and send 'em home