Extreme Couponer Attack By Dollar Tree Manager, Too Many Coupons(Caught on Tape)

A Dollar Tree store manager is facing charges after a confrontation with an extreme couponer turned violent in Tennessee earlier this week. The incident, which happened Wednesday at the Dollar Tree in Germantown, was caught on video. “It’s a little fuzzy,” Melissa Monzo-Marte said about her eye.” As you see I have broken blood vessels and a fat lip.” Melissa is an extreme couponer. She says she and her friend, Jennifer Hill, got more than they bargained for when they tried to cash in on some deals at the Dollar Tree in Germantown. “She was getting ready to buy 25 Advil and I think about 25 Olay bars,” Melissa said. The two women say the store manager refused to honor their coupons, despite a sign by the front door that says Dollar Tree honors manufacturer’s coupons. “We were told we were harassing her (the manager) using those coupons and she threatened to call the cops,” Jennifer said. The resistance came as a shock to Melissa and Jennifer who are no strangers to the coupon game. They have been recognized for donating hundreds of dollars worth of goods to charities, and they say they save their families thousands of dollars a year. They even have their own Facebook page called the Desoto County Coupon Club. So Jennifer says she knows her coupons should have been accepted. After asking why her coupons were rejected and getting no answer, she decided to hit the record button on her iPhone. On the recording you hear a woman tell Jennifer she can’t use the coupons, and tell

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Bouncy Thing, Liberty Tree Mall

Bouncy Thing, Liberty Tree Mall
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Rowan, age 5, 41 lbs, on "The Bouncy Thing." TBT uses giant industrial strength rubber bands and air mats to let you spring up into the air. The jumper is attached to the rubber bands witha climbing harness which is attached to a cable. This cable pulls them up high enough so that the rubber bands can be adjusted to just support their weight with the tips of their toes on the air mat.

It’s at the Liberty Tree Mall in Danvers (Rte 128, Endicott St. exit).

Rowan was a very good advertisement for this, because he kept shouting, "This is the most fun thing I’ve ever done in my life!" I almost expected a refund of the it costs to take a ride. The ride lasts a pretty long time, which is nice. You need to be between 30 and 230 lbs and in good health to take a ride, and sign a "Don’t Sue Us!" waiver.

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one tree hill.

one tree hill.
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There was a television advert for a bank or an insurance company – I don’t remember which exactly – but I’m pretty sure it was for an organisation for whom the level of emotion was completely inappropriate.

It featured a montage of faces, each dreamily looking upwards, sharing the wishes that were somehow facilitated by said organisation.

"I want to be a gymnast,"
"I want to be teacher,"
"I want to be a sex pest," and so on.
And, the closing thought, "I want to be a tree."

The latter was my mum’s favourite. She likes trees – she couldn’t quite see how banking or taking out insurance would allow her to become one. But the thought became something of a catch phrase for her. "I want to be a tree," she often said, dreamily looking upwards, fantasising of a life more peaceful and serene.

Well, that dream has slowly been hacked away at for several years. And last night it came crashing to the ground, when my dad committed axe to trunk and bought the whole fucking tree down.

Concerned that it was growing out of control, dad was determined to assert his, and fell the tree that loomed over a main road in our front garden.

Obviously, there are precautions that need to be taken when dealing with a felling so close to a busy road. For my dad these precautions, and the costs involved in taking them, were to be – at all times – avoided.

The tree, he decided, would be felled by himself, his shopkeeper friend, a chainsaw, and a bit of rope. And in the hope that the twenty-foot beech tree would fall this way and not that – onto the road and to the injury or death of its innocent users.

But, while still shedding the tree of its branches, onlookers must have observed this potential tragedy and complained; for when the police arrived the men dropped their chainsaws and their plans.

But not for good.

Determined to fell this tree, without any financial cost to himself, and undeterred by the warnings of the police (and soon after the local council and two tree surgeons), my dad decided that he would return to the tree, under the cloak of darkness. And, if his shopkeeper friend wouldn’t join him, he’d get his best man on the job.

81-year-old war veteran, John would trade his walking stick for a chainsaw and fell the tree in exchange for fire wood, such was his quality of life. He lived alone, in the bad end of town, and would use the wood to heat his abode through to the summer, if he’d make it.

To my dad being compassionate and frugal were two mutually exclusive things. You couldn’t be one and the other. Saving money, he thought, was a cruel thing. And so he watched as the old man boarded a step ladder and began to saw at the wood.

But before they were done, the local council returned. The tree, they suggested, may not be ours after all. My dad may be fined, the old man deprived of his fire wood and my mum, whose dreams had been dashed, sawed and partially felled, proven right, after all.

Being cheap and wise, she’d always insisted, were mutually exclusive. In trying to save money my dad had incurred additional costs. And had he learned his lesson?

"I think I’ll get John to make a start on the tree in the back garden," he said over dinner the following night.
"Why don’t you just do it the right way," my mum said. "For once."
With that she got down from the table and stood her ground, strong and firm. And not at all unlike a tree.