- Nov 8, 2017
Kassa jumped to conclusions that they cannot logically make due to the limited (and easily manipulated) data that they used. You previously admitted that Lidl might in fact be cheaper in my case, and likewise I can assert that the only thing Kassa has "proven" is that Albert Heijn may be cheaper in THEIR particular case, and only at the one particular moment that they happened to conduct the "research" (which is literally not representative of me, you, or anyone else except for their particular selection of items).Lol you literally said something is 'off' or 'wrong' with that research, while it is clearly described how the research was done. And you keep replying with anecdotal evidence. 'Continous real world experience' instead of research.... yeah sounds like a good idea.
You sound like my grandma: 'Smoking gives you cancer? Ridiculous...I've smoked for 40 years and I never got cancer'
Also no need to reply me. Our 'discussion' is useless and off topic.
I stand by my statements and my views.