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A note to all our new Indian readers

Welcome! Unfortunately, we can't get you refunds on the 2,000-rupee "smart watches" you ordered because you didn't get them here. Take a look around and you'll see this is a site that only posts news about the city of Boston, with a domain name of universalhub.com. The watch site you want is universalshub.com (note the extra S in there). Our name is a play on words involving a nickname for Boston; their name is, well, who knows?

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But when am I getting my free Iphone 6? And I'm not paying 200 rupees shipping and handling. You should pay for it.

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When you let your Windows Registration go out of date?

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Should you ever get on the wrong side of the IRS, may God help your soul.

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I was caught doing a fraud on the IRS. The lady on the phone message said so! Charges were pressed on my name! At the local constabulary!

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So that site has Universal Hub as its logo, and lists an email address of [email protected] at the top and [email protected] at the bottom. Seems they don’t even know what their name is.

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That site looks TOTALLY legit. Yah, like tremendously legit.

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The Subcontinent thanks you, Adam.

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Will this help the cyclist contingent as there are a lot more people using bikes to commute in India or will this swell the number of posters who don't believe in bike lanes as those aren't much of a thing in India

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bicycle lanes into a domain flub issue. as an avid cyclist, jokes like these just egg on cagers.

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Egg on cagers sounds like like some obscure British idiom. 'Wot, e's right egg on cagers, idn't he?'

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lanes in general aren't much of a thing in India

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I clicked to the Indian site thinking I could get a refund for my defective smart watch. Instead I ended up at some site with some useless nobody who wouldn't do anything for me . .

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All this time I thought the site was Universal Shrub. No wonder there's so little discussion of boxwood.

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UniversalsHub.com is such a bargain! Thank you so much for pointing me to it! I can't wait to get the highest quality products, that are definitely not a scam, for such incredible prices!

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What on earth does the "Smart Multifuction(sic) Ring" do?

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"What doesn't it do?"

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Indian readers,

Do you use space savers in your neighborhoods at any time of year?
How has the snow/ice removal on local streets been so far this season?
What's your take on the commuter rail service?

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during monsoon season but the space savers tend to float away.

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really sells it.

seriously, do yourselves a favor and watch it.
truly compelling. not at all fake.

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the domain name UniversalBeelzebub.com is available.

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In case anyone gets the bright idea that the bracelet and ring are actual products....here's a debunking of an identical product that suckered people into giving it thousands/millions of dollars in kickstarter-esque funding:

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