In the words of Q, as he became a imp , going back on the bridge of the Enterprise, cigar in hand with a Mexican mariachi band playing, He’s back. Charlie finally turned up some money so I could get back on line so I’m back online. Now to get busy building the radio station.
Saw on Facebook, that our sister in Gooding is going to be running a car at MVR this summer in a sort of Gen. Lee. Thing is, we are about the only ones in Idaho with a legal copyright clearance to even sport such a thing. Likewise, wasn’t she the one that although nice years ago, and saying she wanted to be a Knyte, got rather pee-owed at me, and said she did not want to be a Knyte? Funny, so many dislike us, but feel the need to copy us, the real joke is on them , since although we may be copied, we’re never duplicated.
Now here’s the nice thing and bad thing that happened today.
Got my money from Charlie, hoofed it over to the bank, then over to cable one. Sign on Cable-One’s door says we take payments. I did out the cash, but woe, they no can take cash payments. Ought to put that on the sign on the door. Kinda like the Internet they say is 50 megs fast. That Cable One does not bait & switch? Really? Internet speed, maybe 20 megs , late at night in good weather, no body or hardly anybody on line. Case two the $33.00 or really $100.00 with tax, really is $320.00 as they bill you for up to three months service in advance. They say common sense. The Common Sense. Sign up for Phone, Internet with someone else, and only sign up for cable TV with Cable one. If enough people do that, Cable-One will stop barking about what they say they do, and tell the truth of what they really do. Don’t ya’ll wish that every business in our area did what A1 and Dixie Toewing does? With honesty.
Any way, need to shuffle off. But Cable One tell the truth or sell the system to ComCast.
Quote of the Day:
When it is a question of money, everyone is of the same religion.
--Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire, 18th-century French author, wit and philosopher
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