Apr 27, 2010
David the mason told me yesterday that he was going to call the owners and see if they wanted him to modify it because the neighbors next door are complaining about their view being blocked. Someone (not me) is going to file a complaint with the City before this is over.
David also said that this is the tallest wall he has ever been asked to build in someone's front yard.
My Kindle broke yesterday. I was reading and I push one of the buttons to navigate to a new page and the button broke into two pieces.
Luckily, it is still under the manufactures warranty, so I called Amazon to see how to get it replaced.
I explained to the guy on the phone that I pushed the button and it broke in half.
Him: "Could you have damaged it by putting something heavy on it?"
Me: "No, I was reading and it simply broke."
Him: "Are there cracks or other damage around that button that would indicate that you dropped something heavy on it?"
Me: "Are you waiting for me to admit this is my fault?"
Him: "Sir, it is under warranty, I'm just trying to figure out what happened."
Me: "It broke in half."
Amazon is over-nighting me a replacement and it will arrive today. all's well that ends well, I guess.
Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky