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Michael Scragg
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Great birthday dinner courtesy +Gracie Pinkerton​ and +Matthew Puccerella​.
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Happy Birthday, glad to see you're doing well!
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Is this puppy white or blue?
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+Kyle Bolton 's cat vs the pups.
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Presley had a bad reaction to anesthesia today. We are going find out why and get her back to normal.
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She is back home now. We took her to an emergency clinic in Grapevine. Her vitals improved while we were there, hopefully sustained.
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How an actual package arrived at my door step.
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It was just some shoes, so it survived whatever happened.
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I got to drive a Tesla '85' from Ft Worth to Dallas. Tesla lent my brother the '85' while his was in the shop, how thoughtful.  Even though it wasn't a 'P85D', this article pretty much sums up how I felt afterwards.
This past weekend, I finally drove my first legitimate supercar, the Tesla P85D, and now nothing I drive will ever feel the same way again.
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As a side note, the AT&T guy, Steve, that came out today was pretty awesome.  He found and corrected several physical issues with our service that weren't discovered before.  Hopefully this corrects a lot of the reliability problems we've been experiencing lately.
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The most snow the house has seen so far.
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reviewed 10 months ago
Any shred of uniqueness is gone. I used to enjoy Fry's, but I feel they have become a bit dated. I used to buy CPUs there because they would price match with Microcenter whom was a little further of a drive. They no longer price match with them. I also liked to get a close look at motherboards that were mounted on the wall. This was sometimes helpful in forming my decision on what to buy, they no longer do this either. It's just poorly printed photos of the motherboards. "In-store" pickup. This feature of Fry's left me the most frustrated. I never used it before until recently. I ordered a vacuum that was on sale for 50% off. I did it through their website by creating an account, adding the product to my shopping cart, and even checking out with my credit card. I got my order confirmation email and was ecstatic because I knew it was a good deal and the sale was only for two days. I looked forward to picking it up the following weekend as that was the most convenient time given it's distance and my work hours. I walk in and go to the desk showing them my order confirmation email saying that I'm here to pick up my item. Well, the associate behind the counter asked me when I ordered my item. I told them last Wednesday, but what does that matter? It matters. Fry's has apparently mixed online shopping with archaic door busting sales in which your timing into the store actually matters. What it should have sent me was a quote confirmation email instead of one labelled "order confirmation". I spoke with several managers trying to get them to explain to me why their online ordering process worked like this, and one finally admitted that it was just to get people in the door (at hopefully the wrong time). I feel this was intentionally created to cause confusion which aligns closely with bait and switch techniques. The manager continued to try to sell me the product at double the sale price I "ordered" it at. They even promised to price match with Amazon. I hope they realize price matching with online retailers is no longer new and offers nothing more unique than the BestBuy 5 minutes from my house. I don't see Fry's staying around much longer, I wasn't surprised to see this particular store full of empty shelf space and it's probably better suited to become a Newegg distribution center. They acted like their hands were tied in honoring the sale price I ordered the product at when I know they can price match. They can happily list themselves as the vendor they are matching. The final manager I talked to was very tactless and unforgiving.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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This specific location is terrible. On more than one occasion was the service terrible. Usually I visit this location with two other co-workers since it's nearby. We have an hour to get lunch and this place often makes us rush to eat when we decide to go there. On one occasion we ordered our food and didn't get anything for 35 minutes, we simply had to leave and get fast food instead. We didn't even order anything complicated, the soup and salad, which more than likely is already prepared or being constantly prepared as they are all you can eat. TLDR: This location sucks. :)
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Atmosphere: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago