Status of Everything Attachments

   / Status of Everything Attachments #761  
Did you intentionally use the wrong homonyms in this post? 🤔
If you thought I was serious, you've got another think coming. ;)
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #762  
Did you intentionally use the wrong homonyms in this post? 🤔
Speaking of Hominy, don't you Poor lye over it and soak it, or Pour it over it? ;)
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #763  
If you thought I was serious, you've got another think coming. ;)
Thank you. I was just checking.



It's probably a mute moot point, but some posts wet whet your appetite. Irregardless, Regardless, if you poor pore over enough threads, you would hope someone would nip it in the but bud. ;)
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #764  
There is something interesting about watching a train wreck. Even better if there is blood and carnage…as long as it belongs to someone else

I find it humorous when someone posts what a huge loss it will be if EA disappears. Really?
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #765  
There was complaining about the horse beating. And there was no statement indicating one did not like seeing it get beat. My statement was agreeing with the Dodge Mans observation.

It was merely an observation that you appear to refute. Have at it. You are free to ignore my posts.

I still find a lot of the posts on this thread to be amusing even if it is BEATING A DEAD HORSE!!!
The horse ain't dead as long as the EA website looks like business as usual. Although today was the first time PayPal refused to service the site.
I've had a $10 item in my cart and click the PayPal button every few days just to check.
It will probably remain as an orphan until their hosting contract expires in September. But I still get led to it anytime I am looking for an implement as one of the top 4 or five hits.
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #766  
I still find a lot of the posts on this thread to be amusing even if it is BEATING A DEAD HORSE!!!
Well, I don't know about anyone else, but I find value watching this thread to see if the horse being beaten on is actually dead or still alive.
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #767  
I didn't watch all the movie but it seems the contractor
did not follow the drawings or specs for the building
and made some changes on his own. I would be pissed
if I had a contractor build me a new house and then made changes without consulting me about them

willy
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #768  
I didn't watch all the movie but it seems the contractor
did not follow the drawings or specs for the building
and made some changes on his own. I would be pissed
if I had a contractor build me a new house and then made changes without consulting me about them

willy
Well...that's what the newspaper article says anyway...I'm thinking there's more to it than that.
The two most important things right now would be for everyone waiting on an order to have their money returned and the website shouldn't be accepting any new orders. Not until the debacle is cleared up.
 
   / Status of Everything Attachments #769  
I didn't watch all the movie but it seems the contractor
did not follow the drawings or specs for the building
and made some changes on his own. I would be pissed
if I had a contractor build me a new house and then made changes without consulting me about them

willy
The contractor did not seem like a "fly by night" operation when I checked them out, but who knows for sure.

I have had two houses built and was there often to see how things were going. If the GC ran into an issue he would call and we would sort it out.

Also been involved with large projects in manufacturing plants. Same MO. A company rep. kept tabs on progress and performance.

If an owner is not on top of things, they are not doing their job. Bear in mind, this is not the owner of an ice cream shop. This guy ran one of the best implement manufacturing operations in the US. He could read a set of prints. Plus, the facility was not being constructed 500 miles from him.

I find the contractor "excuse" a bit of a stretch.
 
 
 
Top