Tuesday, January 9, 2018

I'm Thinking Pillow Nebula As Well

Click the picture or wonder for eternity what might have been.



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    1. Looks fluffy and warm does it not?

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    2. It looks like My Pillow ;)

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    3. Looks cold and squishy to me.

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  2. Nebby McNebulaface.
    if they're still taking name suggestions.

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    1. Good One Mr Blade. How about Throbbing Pillow ! Or Throbbing Nuclear Launch Button in Space.

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  3. It's the MIKE LINDELL NEBULA, of course!

    Jeeze! Yagotta gve credit where credit's due.

    MIKE's da MAN!

    ];^}>

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    1. Don't tell me you've never seen a My Pillow ad, Kid?

      You must be a minority of ONE. ;-)

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    2. FT, Ah, so that's who he is. btw - Wife and I were in costco. They had a My Pillow display. We felt the "fiber fil" my pillows selling for 80 bucks each, then we went down the aisle and felt the alternate brand fiber fil pillows for 10 bucks each. No difference. We bought the 10 buck ones. The pilows must cost him about a buck each to make.
      Plus I hate whiney advertisements.... Turns me away immediately. You HAVE to try MY Pillow ! You will Be in a Constant State of ORGASM. Bla Bla Bla. You know immediately it is a ripoff.

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  4. In new Quinnipiac Poll, 66% of people feel the economy is "Excellent or Good. That is the highest number ever recorded by this poll,

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  5. On second thought it looks more like DONOR TISSUE floating in saline solution hermetically sealed in a plastic envelope ready for transport.

    Solet's callit the TRANSPLANT NEBULA.

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  6. That is SO PRETTY! Cube stole my thunder..MY PILLOW, indeed (and by the way, they are GREAT pillows!) But not this pretty...

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    1. Z, I'm sorry I stole your thunder, but now I need to hear from someone that I trust. Are My Pillows really that good? Seriously, I want to know if spending approximately $50 a pillow is worth it?If you want to contact me personally, that's OK, too.

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    2. Z, Cube, Well, I will say this. Wife and I went to Costco. They had a My Pillow display. I think they wanted 80 for one, but even 50... It's a fiberfil pillow. We went down the aisle and Costco was also selling fiberfil pillows for 10 each. My wife bought two of those and is quite happy with them.

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    3. I'm waiting to hear from Z. At this point, I don't know.

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    4. I have many different pillows and I have insomnia. I'd like an answer.

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    5. Sure Cube, just passing along our experience.

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    6. I'm thinking that given the $10 pillow made in China, of which $9.50 goes to pure profit after labor costs, and given the $50 "My Pillow," which employs Americans, I'll go with My Pillow.

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    7. I think Sam Huntington makes a very good point.

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    8. Sam always makes excellent points. I'm a little torn on the issue though. Cars are the great example. Currently, of the top 10 'made in America' vehicles, the Ford F150 is number 1, and the Corvette is # 10. All the rest of made in America combined Parts and Labor content are "foreign" cars made here. People can argue the money then heads back to the home country - Japan for example, but many American cars are made with foreign parts and that money goes out of the country as well. My Toyota Tundra is 75% American made and sits at # 4 on the made in America list.
      An addition point, maybe not So much today but certainly in the 70's-80's and 90's, American cars were crap. So I'm supposed to buy Crap to support the criminal UAW that demands so much the auto makers have to go to the lowest bidder for components that will cause me much hassle through the ownership period of the vehicle? My last vehicle prior to out current Tundra and RAV4 was a Sienna van that I owned and spent 13 winters in Ohio. When I traded it in it had not a spec of rust on it and it never went in for a repair, only maintenance, and it was also 75% American.
      American cars are probably better today than they were, but one glaring example are Ram trucks. I see them all the time around here with or 6 years on them and the wheel wells are rusted out as well as the tailgate and back bumper. No thanks.

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    9. As the owner of two Dodge Ram pickups, I beg to differ. Maybe it's the weather where you are, but when my husband was ready to get a new truck, he gave our eldest daughter his old 2000 Dodge Ram pickup and it's still kicking today and running very smoothly.

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    10. Cube, Florida? Yea, we get salt on the roads around here often enough I guess that this may be the difference but you really see it in contrast with other pickups.

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  7. MY PILLOW is fabulous....it's not what it's made of , it's the configuration of the pieces inside.

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  8. We bought, tried, kept too long to return (60 days, our fault)and don't use. Back to our memory foam pillows.

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    1. I want to believe, but Ed Bonderenka is bursting my bubble. I can't help thinking his account will fit my experience. I don't like the idea of spending $50 bucks for a pillow for nothing special.

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