The Open Door Blog
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It shouldn’t take long to figure out which of the cabinet doors is different from the rest, but here’s the real question: Is it warranted or not warranted?
What do you think?
If you’ve ever watched Sesame Street, you’ll probably remember the “One of these things is not like the others” challenge. If you don’t have a clue what we’re talking about, here’s how it went: You were shown four items, and had to figure out which one of them was different from the rest. Try this challenge with the kitchen cabinets in the image below (you’ll have to sing the song yourself, though). Even without help from Big Bird or the Cookie Monster, it shouldn’t take long to figure out which of the cabinet doors is different from the rest, but here’s the real question: Is it warranted or not warranted?
The Conflicting Cabinets: Warranted or Not Warranted?
What do you think? Are these mismatched cabinets covered under your home warranty?
Stay tuned for the answer…
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