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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by FIMCO-MEISTER, Apr 9, 2012.
Finally, a truthfull REP!
Mike unless you digress I wish you or somebody would let the world know I'm a rep but not a sales forcer. I would never hound somebody into a sell with cold calls, bombard them with emails, etc. Need on the customers part, provide a quality product at a fair price, provide great service and communication.
Does "etc" include spamming internet forums?
Peter has been walking on thin ice for quite some time. One of the only forum rules that I support is, "if you are in business and using a forum as a venue, you should register as a 'Commercial Vendor'." My other forums are quite strict about this, so everyone knows who's who.
Some days yes, some days no. Think it depends on which on us is drinking beer
Hey Mike, lay off... Peter's paid his dues in the trenches. Most of his posts are about brisket anyway.
WTF? If you're really just about making money, you're A.) probably in the wrong business, and B.) wasting time on this forum.
I don't have any issues with iPhones... probably because I've never used one. My Droid is more reliable than my old desktop computer, and infinitely more useful, mostly because it's portable.
The way I see it these days you have 2 choices (maybe 3 if you get a Windows 8 phone) you either wrap your life (contacts, calendar, browser, email, etc.) around Google or around Apple.
I chose Google. M y Droid X works well with my Lenovo laptop (half the cost of a comparable MacBook) and one of these days I may get the Nexus 7 tablet.
It was either C-Net or Gizmodod where I saw an article that said that Droids are better than iPhones at alerts.
From what I've seen iPhone camera and photo apps look better... and then theirs the iTunes integration...
But Android apps are free for the most part... unlike iPhone apps.
Oh, and the reason I play word games? A theory that they keep my mind and reflexes a little sharper.
Nope.................I could care less what dues Peter paid, he sold his biz and became a REP, Period. I am not the only forum member to object to Peter, by the way.
1,000,000 Linux computers couldn't run Quickbooks or MS Office today...but hey, they are virus free.
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