Posted by
Message
StrawsDrawnAtRandom
Florida Fan
Member since Sep 2013
20911 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
I can't play my conspiracy theory character today but I appreciate the post.


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22982 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
First reply is a shill for big Mattress. How much are they paying you SDAR? The truth shall set ye free!

#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure#Disclosure


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
30
MeatCleaverWeaver
Georgia Fan
Member since Oct 2013
16703 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

What are they actually doing there? Murder? Money Laundering? Drugs?



His name was KSGamecock.


kingbob
LSU Fan
Sorrento, LA
Member since Nov 2010
56930 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

What are they actually doing there? Murder? Money Laundering? Drugs?


They are laundering money and drugs for the CIA with Mattress Firm being a front company. You would be shocked to learn how many mattresses and mattress components are manufactured in South America.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
40
KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22982 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
Witness me bruh. The child molester cabals and CIA were just the beginning. We going after the final boss in this thread.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
SECdragonmaster
Auburn Fan
Order of the Dragons
Member since Dec 2013
12526 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
I agree with suspicion. There are tons of Starbucks but they are always busy.

You never see people in a mattress store. And they almost never go out of business.

Why???


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22982 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
Exactly.

Check this out.

Image: https://i.imgur.com/U2ROQJp.png


Why would they need to spend this much money?


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
20
wareaglepete
Auburn Fan
Just east of Lyra
Member since Dec 2012
4788 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
The singer in my band has a big house in an affluent neighborhood, just put one kid through college and has two more attending now, wife doesn't work, and he doesn't appear to do anything. I asked him one day what he did for a living. He said just a little of this and that. Then he said he used to run a bunch of mattress stores.

Hmmm


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
80
BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
45612 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
I used to work at a high end local mattress store. When a single sale can be be over $2k or $3k you only need a couple of those a week to stay in business. Even in slow months we were still making $20k to $30k, and I'm sure a national chain like Mattress Firm gets a ton more walk in business than we did.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
11
kywildcatfanone
Kentucky Fan
Wildcat Country!
Member since Oct 2012
76548 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
I thought mattress firm was going out of business?


Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
20442 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
Consider that Mattress Firm was started by three college buddies from Texas and that within 30 years they had more then 3,000 stores and 3.5 billion in income. Selling a product that can easily be found across America.

It is easy to see what happened here. The Texas Cabal behind the JFK assassination needed a secret slush fund to help carry out their plans for world domination and used these three yahoos as their front men.

Preposterous you say? The company that recently purchased Mattress Firm after that very convenient bankruptcy is German based Steinhoff International, a company funded shortly after the JFK assassination. A "furniture" company with ties throughout Europe, America, Asia, and Oceania.

The writing is on the wall, or, in this case, the tag is on the mattress.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
20
I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
47134 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
This is pretty true even in NYC

And NO one gets their mattresses from there anymore.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
47134 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

I thought mattress firm was going out of business?

They just tell you that to make them think you're getting it discounted


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
The Spleen
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2010
32279 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
Don't feel like clicking the link. Can someone give me what the conspiracy theory actually is?


Oh, and if you need a mattress go to a local, independent shop. Their mattresses are usually better than the big names, and cheaper.


BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
45612 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

Oh, and if you need a mattress go to a local, independent shop. Their mattresses are usually better than the big names, and cheaper


Idk about cheaper, but most definitely better quality. Those places will have cheap options if that's what you want, but on average you'll spend more than a chain like Mattress Firm.

If you want to be cheap and spend a couple hundred bucks on what you'll be sleeping on for probably the next 10 year's you might as well buy from Casper or Purple or one of those online bed-in-a-box companies

But to me, it's more than worth it to spend extra on a mattress. Just last month I got a queen mattress that cost $1500. Best $1500 I ever spent in my life, could not recommend them more.
This post was edited on 2/15 at 3:49 pm


pioneerbasketball
Arkansas Fan
Team Bunchie
Member since Oct 2005
104285 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
Are you copying my threads?


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22982 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
hivemind bro


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
The Spleen
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2010
32279 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

But to me, it's more than worth it to spend extra on a mattress. Just last month I got a queen mattress that cost $1500 from a family owned place called Ensley-Fairfield (no longer located in either of those areas lol) that's been around Birmingham for over 100 years. They have their own line of mattresses you can only get from them. Best $1500 I ever spent in my life, could not recommend them more.



We're actually in the market for a new mattress and planned on going there and Royal Bedding. Royal's prices were pretty reasonable, and cheaper than Bedzz Express, except for the latex ones. $3,000 for a king mattress is a tough pill to swallow.


BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
45612 posts

re: Mattress Firm conspiracy theory
quote:

except for the latex ones. $3,000 for a king mattress is a tough pill to swallow.


Latex is worth it though IMO. That thing will still be in good shape 25 years from now if you don't abuse it. They're more comfortable IMO, they stay cool while the memory foam mattresses are really hot, and they're hypoallergenic.

You'll end up saving money in the long run with the long life of a latex mattress.


$3000 sounds pretty cheap for a King latex too. At least that's cheaper than the Talalay brand that I'm familiar with.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
first pageprev pagePage 1 of 2next pagelast page

Back to top

logoFollow SECRant for SEC Football News
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates on SEC Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitter