When used as a verb, it summarizes:
When someone contains all of their knowledge about an object or article simply by reading and believing the marketing ploys layed out by "Corporate" and "the Manufacturers".
In other words, when someone simply reads the box and price tag, then conveys this information on to the purchaser; passing this knowledge off as if they had a clue.
I can't believe I bought this piece of crap MP3 player; man, that sales person really Radio Shacked me.
He sounded like he knew what he was saying when he told me about all the peripherals, but he could only Radio Shack.
An electronics supply chain that sells low quality products that are usually over priced because they know they have very little competition. The employees at Radio Shack are dumb as a box of hammers and know shit about the products they sell.
Radio Shack should be boycotted!
Comment submitted with request to Delete: "I am an employee of Radio Shack and while the comment is somewhat funny, I am not, as quoted "as dumb as a box of hammers." Nor are my fellow employees. (Well, most of them)"
The act of getting ripped off or being tricked into buying things you have no use for.
Stephen: Man i just bought all these batteries for no reason. What was i thinking.
Mike: HAHAHA boy you just got radio shacked!
person 1: man that girl i just slept with was SEXY! what the hell wheres my wallet?
person 2: wow dude you just got radio shacked. Idiot