For starters, I don't have to hit the Shaq-Fu button to make my case. Secondly, yes, apathy runs rampant in most societies that are not third-world countries. Thirdly, it is childish, impudent and downright spoiled when whiners cry afoul that their precious video game was $40 on sale from $60 instead of $38 and that they deserve everything the world has to offer to their own demands.
If your excuse to make up for such self-indulgent attitudes is that you donate to charity once a year to make yourself feel important to society, more power to you. It still doesn't make you any less whiny.
When you can show that you're running your own charity and stop crying that you didn't get what was owed to you, then maybe we'll talk about how that "simple" distaste of deals gone awry is perhaps just that, Mister Smiley.
Here's the thing son, you're the one taking any of this extremely serious. This is a thread about Amazon Deals. Some people think they were good deals...the majority think not. Nothing more...nothing less.
Yet you come here and make mountains out of mole hills, chastising people as if your perception has any validity in this thread. This isn't a thread concerning philanthropy. If you are so concerned about the welfare of the unfortunate of the world...there are plenty of sites and forums about that. Go there, as that is the proper area for such discussions. What part of that do you not understand? Is that too difficult a concept for someone of your illustrious capacity to understand?