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    Detroit Red Wings All-Star Mat

    34 x 45 Detroit Red Wings All-Star Mat

    Product Code: 10377-NHL-ALLSTAR

    Price: $63.99


    Size of Mat: 34 x 45

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    All products are shipped via UPS unless otherwise requested. At checkout you can request expedited shipping, which means the product will be expedited AFTER production. If you need your mat by a specific date we are more than happy to attempt to expedite the production time.

    • Packaging: Most of our mats are shipped in a box for maximum protection during shipment. We recommend that you open all coir mats outdoors as there are usually a lot of loose fibers during the production process.
    • Quality Control: All our mats are inspected prior to shipping to eliminate and defects or personalization errors.
    • Packing slip notes: You can add a note to your pack slip during checkout. Although we try our hardest to transfer the notes on all the mats that are shipped occassionally they are missed, so it cannot be guaranteed.

    It is our mission as a company to make sure you are 100% satisfied. If you have any questions or issues with your order please don't hesitate to call our customer service associates. You can help us out by reading your confirmation carefully before your mat is produced to ensure that your personalization is correct.

    • If the issue is our mistake, poor quality, mis-spelling, wrong color, etc. We will replace and re-ship the item at no charge.
    • Otherwise, give us a call and we will work with you on a fair solution to your problem. We understand that mistakes happen and we want you to have a great shopping experience with us. Again you can help by just reading your confirmation carefully to ensure your personalization and options are correct.
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    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 on February 17, 2012, 12.21.2015
    Reviewer: Mini (lcJgcEgZWZq, 5kRlnI356q)

    on February 17, 2012 Stina,I know this post was supposed to be about dstyopian fiction, but as you veered from the subject, I feel compelled to do the same: Self-publishing mania ultimately repeats the mistakes of the dot com crash and the real estate bubble and the American gold rush and the dutch tulip market mania — oh, wait, I’ve forgotten the emu farms craze. Not really, no. You're not comparing apples to apples here. If you mean they were all precipitated by greed, and people following get rich quick dreams, I'm more inclined to agree with you, though even then I'd argue that's a vast generalization that doesn't hold up to close scrutiny in every case.And if you look at the fallout, you've got results all over the map, from localized fiscal pain for a very few, to world-shaking implications.From that perspective, self-publishing doesn't even register. The closest analogy you cite would be the California gold rush, except nobody who is self-publishing today is rushing off to the desert to die, ill-equipped and dreadfully unprepared for the task at hand. Oh there are certainly self-published writers who are ill-equipped for the job, and dreadfully unprepared in terms crafting decent fiction, but the price of their failure is measured best by the dentin their egos. But, like the miner 49ers, there are indeed a small percentage of self-publishers (or indie publishers, depending on who you talk to) take pains to give themselves the best odds possible. Many will say they got lucky. And indeed, in many cases, the did get lucky. But by and large they made their own luck by knowing what the hell they were doing in the first place, or failing that, learning as quickly as they could.The title of your post is Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss'. I hope you'll indulge me just a little bit more while I tell you my personal reasons for a rather strong reaction to that title, and indeed your entire post:Today I set the wheels in motion to take back my book from Random House, the contract having expired. After eight years, I fired my boss' and started working for myself. Why? Because they weren't offering me anything I couldn't do myself, better.I do feel the need to point out the fact that I am a big fan of Night Shade Books. I'm not one of those rabid burn down traditional publishing' authors. But I also feel the need to call em like I see em, and this post, honestly, looks a lot like an unforced error.


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