Don't sound so desperate for thumbs up, no one is required to explain themselves for that. I prefer my posts not filled with negative comments because of someone's sour opinion due to a once-upon-a-time issue. I, however, will be stopping by staples today to check my shot at prices.
I'm not so worried about the thumbs up.
Those will come when those that buy find merit in the information.
It's the thumbs down I'd like to understand.
If I don't think a deal is for me, I move on.
No need to disrespect the OP who tried to provide useful information to those it helps.
And I welcome the negative comments so that I can learn what triggers both positive and negative responses.
It will help myself and perhaps others formulate posts that prove more acceptable as "slick deals".