I’m not necessarily opposed to online shopping — I find it necessary for certain items, although I shop locally when I can. Reviews seem especially inconsistent these days, with different people apparently receiving different products in some cases.
There have been a few articles recently on the deteriorating quality and overall weirdness of Amazon’s website — this one delves into the highly competitive third-party seller market, increasingly dominated by factory-direct products from China.
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