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#NEVER
!! Never again! I will NEVER use Ebay Valet again. I used them once and they SUCK! Not only did they not sell the items I wanted to sell most, but they also took 50% of the proceeds of the item they DID sell! And they took a shitty price on it! Is the service worth 50% of my money? HELL NO!

I STRONGLY recommend AVOIDING #EBAYVALET +eBay. Not worth the gas it took to drive to FedEx and have them list and sell the item. Not by a LONG SHOT. Weaksauce...


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I am slowly, but very surely breaking my ties to the Bay Area. One by one, they disintegrate. And soon, I will free myself and unleash a monster - a scourge onto this planet. Consider this a fair Warning. Leave Earth Now. While you still can.
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Go figure...

Who knew... WHO FUCKING KNEW I'd meet someone named Katherina in the first week of 2017. My god. WTF. My head is swimming. Is this REAL?
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“I am the punishment of God...If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.” ...

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"There will come a day...
When youth will pass away!
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He was just a gigolo..."


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SAY WHAT MOTHERF&^%$!
Someone did something very despicable to me in the last 24 hours, and the thought of it is making me sick. In fact, the more I think about it, the more sickened, angry, and utterly revolted I feel about it. And them.

Being in one's own home should mean that I can leave my wallet (moneyclip, actually) laying around. I think it is a right of house. People who come in should be vetted, of course. However, one should also be able to rely on trusted friends and family to help in that vetting process, and therefore, take at least SOME responsibility should a guest foolishly steal from a gracious host. One way or the other, conditions should be such that one can leave a wallet with $600+USD, hius driver's license/ID, and two credit cards on a coffee table, in plain view, and expect iot will not be stolen by one of his guests or thier invited guests.

Nevertheless, just that happened. Someone, a friend of someone whom I thought could be trusted implicitly, someone I thought was looking out for me, namely insofar as vetting the poeople they decide to bring around. Instead, one of their guests, uninvited by me, vetted by me previously as not to qualify with minimum standards of decency as a guest in MY home, stole my money clip - ala dl, two ccs, and $600+USD - money I was to use the following morning to pay for filing fees in an ongoing case. Should I not pay, I forfeit the case. They knew this...

Then, top be scolded by the person who brought these people they kjnew I would be uncomfortABLE,. OR EVEN OBJECTIONABLE TOWARD COMING IN, and to be told this was not their fauilt, rather all MY own fault, is simply absurd, infuriatin, and ultimately, seems to have shaken the foundation upon which I thought this relationship/friendship/whatever was built. In fact, it seems to have severely cracked it, and I fear it is beyond repair. I am utterly disgusted with thefact that I was berated for underestimating these people, for being too trusting, and for allowing this to happen. It's MY fault...

And, frankly, she knew what appealk to make. I do believe it is, in large part my fault. However, blame lies with the catalyst of this event - her. If not for her bringing these people she knew I would object to into my house withoiut warning, my wallet would not have been stolen, the funds I need to pay court fees would be in court hands right now, and I would be resting a bit easier tonight. But, I am not.

For those of you who actually took the time to read this passage, I beg your opinions - what do YOU think? What questions can I answer that miht turn your opinion oned way or another? How much if this is MY fault and how much culkpability lies with thoise who stole, or those who brought thew thieves close enough to do their job? Am I right or wrong? I want to know what you think...

Especially trustinomni@gmail.com ...

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If you need help let us know...however leaving your wallet out in full view is something you should have learned a long time ago when this happened umpteen times in the past...and especially around marginal people
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WHAT THE FUCK IS THE ISSUE?
I ask people, mainly people I MIGHT call friends, to exhibit common courtesy in the form of announcement. PLEASE announce yourself PRIOR to arrival. Simply put, call and speak to me before you decide to show up. WHY then, do some people, aware of this request, insist on NOT announcing themselves? WTF IS THE PROBLEM? Sometimes, I make the point with a bit of a sharper edge - 'unannounced visitors will NOT be admitted'. Yet they still do not announce themselves. And, when I remind them of the requirement, they nevertheless do the same thing. Makes me think it's INTENTIONAL. Get it thru your thick skulls, people - you're either stupid (because you simply can not remember the rule) or you are EVIL (you willfully refuse to respect the rule)...either way, the result, for me, is the same. You arrive unannounced. And, likewise, you will not be admitted. Stupid or evil, you are the loser. So figure it out, fuckwads. Or, freeze. OUTSIDE.
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A personal pet-peeve. Few do it , but I prefer advanced warning. In this time of Cell Phones, just call before you arrive in my driveway, maybe I am not home. Maybe I am sleeping, I might have pulled an all-nighter, when was the last time you spoke with me? Then what makes you think I want to see you? I might just not answer the door. You'll see me walk by every now and then, getting food or coffee in plain view. I want you to think I am as ignorant as you.. :\
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$840 a month??!! #WTF is REALLY going on in San Francisco that could ever possibly legitimize this nonsense?! The works had gone FUCKING CRAZY.
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#TIL The company that published Call of Duty grossed enough profit (based on worldwide sales) TO RUN A WORLD WAR FOR ONE HOUR .

Literally.

Perspective is a MOTHERF***.

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Expensive. And WORTH EVERY CENT. These guys helped me stop THE JUGGERNAUT of SF Evictions... Fade in: Facing my FOURTH eviction is as many months, I have reached the end of my rope. Nearly out of cold, hard cash, unable to afford yet another move, Trinity Management Services, the group primarily responsible for the passage of The Rent Stabilization Act (Rent Control) in The City in 1979, grinds forward with eviction proceedings against me. Panicked, I head to the Eviction Defense Collaborative, the non-profit group who have helped me prepare for these types of proceedings in the past. They issue the standard, rubber stamp, and ultimately very untimely, ill-advised answer. Unhappy with this course of action, I ask around and a friend refers me to *Bob Sheppard*. Paying $250 for a half hour preliminary interview, I am already skeptical. But, I pay my money. I have little choice. Before I have a chance to doubt their ability, Mr. Sheppard and Mr. Julian Lastowski (an associate of the firm) are sitting with me in their conference room in their office, inculcating a general feeling of confidence. They tell me that they would file a demurrer, or work with me on a limited scope basis and help me file the demurrer. I agree, and pay a $5,000 retainer. Expensive. It takes all my money - including the rent I have in the bank. Nevertheless, I push forward, all my eggs in a single Sheppard-built basket. Fast forward a week and I file the demurrer prepared by Mr. Lastowski. A day or three later, I am served with a motion to strike the demurrer. With his ON THE SPOT COACHING via email, Julian Lastowski, drafter of the demurrer, guides me through the hearing, ultimately resulting in it's denial. VICTORY! For now...but my mind is at ease, I have confidence going forward. And, I would not have been able to do it with EDC. I would not have been able to do it without Sheppard Uzeil Law. YES - these guys are pricey. YES, it's worth it. Every cent. If you are facing eviction, and the EDC has told you to file an answer, spend the money and talk to Bob. If he says he can help your case, trust and believe HE CAN. You won't regret it.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I live across the street, so you would think they would keep customers like ME happy. Wrong. I went in to buy a replacement part for my Pax vape, and they sold me one. But they sold me the WRONG one. When I discovered this, not 15 minutes later, I went back to exchange it for the proper piece. Nope. The employee said they had to wait for the owner to return before they would exchange it. That was five plus days ago. They will not exchange the part and insist I buy another. That's bad business. Avoid this place. There are two other smoke shops less than a block down the street, who know how to treat a return customer.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
It's not the place, itself. It's inside the equipment they sell. The machine I had experience with, the Diamond Center 3 vtm plus, literally STOLE money from me five times in a row. Furthermore, because they claim to be ab2b business model, they use this descriptor to shirk responsibility for their equipment malfunction that causes this bs, directing me to the building management, who directed me back to them. The good old corporate shuffle to avoid paying with stolen cash. Crap equipment. Nonexistent customer service, unadulterated greed. As then together and it's no wonder they show up as permanently closed. Avoid this company.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I have had good experiences with this company up until NOW. I went to a focus group on one of the most idiotic ideas I have ever had the misfortune to be exposed to. While I am prevented from going into it in detail, let's say someone pickled the WRONG City to bring the WRONG product to market. I knew straight away. Worse still, the study coordinator was a monotonous drone who had zero personality and zero skills keeping this group engaged. So much so, in fact, he droned me straight to sleep. I participated for about 2/3 of a two-hour group that started at eight o'clock. When the group was finished, the administrators pulled me aside and *STIFFED ME*! YEAH! They think that they can get away with that! Well, don't trust the reviews here, or WatchLab Studios - if they don't like the way you participate (or not) they will take your time and not pay you. I am going to approach the office and give them a chance to make this right. Stray tuned!
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The Bellinis are AMAZING. Oysters and brunch are of the hook. I came looking for bocce only to find that they were replaced by Barbary coast. I was pleasantly surprised...
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*UPDATE* This place has been reduced from three stars to one star, for good reason. The alley, itself, is horrendous. There are needles and homeless drug addicts strewn EVERYWHERE - with people regularly shooting up outside the front door of the place. And, although they advertise 'pets/dogs welcomed' - they do not. They tried to evict me for having a service animal - a German Shepard - for protection from the people I mentioned above. Even after I requested a reasonable accommodation, +Gordon Property Management discriminates and I have the lawsuits and settlement agreements to prove it. DO NOT MOVE INTO THIS HELL HOLE. If you don't get robbed, you'll get put over a barrel by management. No joke. Steer clear of this place and the surrounding neighborhood. Otherwise, you will most certainly find yourself neck deep in it... I could go on, but I won't due to the fact Google will censor the honest Truth if it's too rough. Needless to say, it is in this case. Get your helmet and body armor if you are planning on touring this place. The units are small, the rents are very high, the neighborhood is dangerous, and the management is lousy. I can't think of a single reason anyone (including me) would choose this place, other than they were not fully informed of the state of things before making the choice (like I did - renting site unseen. NOT recommended, either...)
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Gordon Property Management is easily one of the least considerate, most greed-focused, and honestly, likely the POOREST property manager I have ever had the displeasure of dealing with. Here is the scoop: I am a renter. I have been renting in San Francisco for over fifteen years, and I have A LOT of experience dealing with landlords, both big and small. But Gordon Property Management takes the cake. I moved into my most recent apartment just over two months ago. I require a service dog to calm my anxiety. After moving in, I brought my service dog. Now, I have been leasing for just over two months, and I *already* have a three day notice to quit - for a dog that the ADA says I can legally have! After a terse discussion via email ONLY with one of the management company's representatives, MARY MORENO (who isn't even listed on their website as an employee!), I was served with a three day notice to quit. So, in a good faith effort to quell their concerns, I supplied them with the requisite paperwork allowing me to have my SERVICE DOG. Next thing I know, I am served with FIVE DIFFERENT SUMMONS - yes, they served me with an eviction suit! Two months after I moved in to a property located in an alley reputed to be the alley where more stabbings occur than in any other place in SF, for TEN YEARS RUNNING! One which I am paying OUTRAGEOUS rents for! And they are complaining about a dog that protects me better than the security company they provide to secure their own property! Needles, bums, and muggings are a regular occurrence at the front door of the Stevenson Lofts, and they refuse to allow a protection and service dog in a building that has a dog run on the roof? What sense does that make> Gordon property management is out of touch with the people they allegedly serve, they are greedy, and quick to file a lawsuit on the poor fool who doesn't know his rights. If the property you are considering renting from is managed by GPM, think twice. They will prove to be nothing but a hassle, a mismanagement nightmare, with anti-tenant, anti-occupancy policy enforcement...there is no common sense to the way they handle property management..
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