Posts like these are both equally interesting and confusing because they are operating under a lot of questionable assumptions.
First, with time. Everyone doesn't have the same obligations or, what I think is the issue here, efficiency and time management skills. If you're spending hours combing through lists of games on GameStop.com, hoping they're in stock and not making use of the website's filters, then it looks to be a matter of a lack of proficiency, not time.
If those games don't arrive in time, then simply return them. It takes a few seconds to make an online order and waiting for them to arrive shouldn't be an issue unless you look outside your window until they arrive. I also don't understand the sentiment of being stuck with them, unless you have crippling social anxiety.
Also, people are collectors. It's a hobby. It may not be your hobby — but hobbies aren't universal.
And this is probably the ultimate underline, but: If you're spending real money (and not literally saving money by using trade credit) at GameStop at this juncture, then you're not the intended audience for some of these posts.