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Conal McLaughlin
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Starting up some lettuce. 
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that batch tuned out well.  But that was a long time ago.  I don't actually have anything growing currently.  Speaking of which i should fix that. 

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that is true but you never know if they do or don't. Your better off buying your own vm's and setting stuff up on your own (possibly giving a few friends access ;) )

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The world's first bitcoin ATM is set to go live on Tuesday near the entrance of a downtown Vancouver coffee house.

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Russell, just a few more steps to break out of the mind trap the state has placed you in.  Just a few more steps to stop being a pawn for the state. 

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lol. yeah.   I guess if you are religious that would mean something.  I dig it from an art perspective.  The puppet thing in the beginning was cool too.  But as an atheist, the jesus thing to me doenst make sense. 
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Avoid Sun-tec. Be skeptical of 5/5 star reviews. Probably someone from their marketing or sales team with fluffer accounts. Just set aside 2 hours and do your research on the company and average prices in your area. It is well worth the time. Thankfully we were able to dodge a bullet and cancel before they came out for the installation. If they solicited you at your home like they did my parents, you have 3 days to cancel (prior to delivery of goods or services) by law in most states. Nice try sales guy!!!! It’s absolutely disgusting to take advantage of elderly folks or anyone for that matter. And that’s basically what Sun-tec tried to do to my parents. I can’t help but feel bad for all the other folks they have screwed over. These are probably older retired folks just like my parents, on fixed incomes just trying to find ways to save money. Problem 1: The price they quoted us was almost 2-3 times the average price for solar water heater + attic fan + install in our area. The sales guy started out with a $9-11k mark up of $16k. He dropped it down to like 11k (pre 30% tax break) and acted like he was doing us a favor. After doing research, the average cost for parts and install is $4-7k in our area. And that is before the gov 30% rebate. So even if you are on the higher end of $7k, you still get to take another 30% off at tax time so to speak. The sales guy tried to justify the inflated cost with claims of a 20 year warranty and “Murican” made parts. Firstly Sun-tec is not likely going to be around in 20 years. 2016 is the last year people can get 30% tax break on solar water heaters. The not so good companies like Sun-tec will likely go away. Secondly, for the price they quoted even if all of their competitors used cheap "Chinese" parts as they claim (which they don’t all do, I have since called around), we could have bought 2 times the quantity, paid for the install twice and still probably pay less then what Sun-tec is asking. Labor on replacement parts won't be has high as initial install. We could have even gotten a 120 gallon heater with a competitor for probably 30%-40% less than what they quoted for an 80 gallon. Thirdly, not all “Murican” made goods are better. If the quality of the “Murican” made water heater is the same quality of this “Murican” solar company’s sales team, then I wouldn’t expect that heater to be very efficient. I found the knocks on "Chinese" made parts by the sales guy laughable since he was using a cell phone most likely made in China. He can conduct business on Chinese made goods, but not sell them? Oh FYI to him if he read this, not the best sales strategy to knock Chinese made goods when one of the persons you are trying to sell your goods to is of Chinese ancestry. I know common sense isn’t all that common these days, but you really have to be special kind of ignorant to be so insulting in someone's home. Problem 2: We asked for an install date 3-4 days after their sales person visited us. Actually he claimed to be a sales manager. The sales guy was pretty insistent we have the unit installed the very next day. "you can only get this price if we install tomorrow" type tactics. This was a HUGE red flag. And quite frankly is the main reason the sales person isn't getting a commission check and why the owner of Sun-tec has lost this sale. Had he been less greedy trying to push the install and trap us, this would likely have slipped through. We’d probably not look into it further and continue to be ignorant consumers. Actually we should thank him for trying to rush us in a way. Because that is the main reason we decided to do some research on Sun-tec and what we should be paying. Honestly we weren’t completely aware of the 3 day rule on home solicitation sales. Thanks to Sun-tec we now know the law in this area. Problem 3: As required by law, when someone is making a home solicitation sale they have to make clear to the purchaser the cancellation options. The sales "manager" made no such disclaimer.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
honest garage. triple A tow truck driver said he's towed cars across town because clients requested this shop. lot was full. they have no shortage of business.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great place. People working there actually come up to you and ask if you need assistance unlike shoot straight
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reviewed 3 years ago