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Possibly the funniest blog I've read! I love it - this blogger totally has my distaste for people in mind.
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I have to see this movie! Mirai Ninja
I've been neglecting my blog a bit lately due to repeated scrubbing of game night. I've got plenty of content for the party to run through but competing schedules are killing me. Last week I discovered an incredible film, Mirai Ninja. It's a Japanese action movie from the late 80s, ...
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  • Art Institute of Dallas
    3D Animation, 95 - 97
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talk about a racket. they certainly know how to make tow truck drivers rich and I'm in the wrong field of work. After paying the "standard" tow fee of $121, storage fee $100 and impound fee of $20 and lets not forget the tax on that - a grand total of $250 for 2 days - I was told that i had to have it towed out because my dealer's tag is expired. Okay great, I'm thinking I'll just pop on over to Autozone and get a tow strap for my companion's truck outside in the parking lot and off we go home. Oh no! It has to be a towed out by a flat bed. You'd think they would let you drive it off the lot so they could pull you over down the street for an expired tag and get even more money out of you! Well, after calling just about every tow truck service in the city, half of them didn't answer, of the few that did answer, only a couple had the proper license to tow from the Dallas Citty Impound! Seriously, you have to have a special license to be able to tow a car from the Dallas Impound. I didn't realize the City Impound was so special - the Dallas Police need to get over themselves. Not only that, these modern day road pirates they're in league with, were wanting to charge me $125-$200 just to have my car towed from Ft.Worth avenue and Vilbig to Ervay and Corinth! We're talking just a few miles here from one side of downtown to the other! One tow truck driver wanted to charge me $150 because it was his day off but his day on fee was $140! Because the license costs so much, he says. Uh huh. Excuse me, while I call 'Bull@&#%" The Dallas Police department is not a public service anymore. It's a full blown corporate entity hell-bent on making as much money off the citizens as they possibly can. As far as the service at the impound, it wasn't too bad. Just take a number and wait to be called. As long as no one is causing a ruckus at the window, you should be seen fairly quickly. My wait on a Saturday afternoon was about 15 minutes. The clerks were friendly and as nice as one could expect from a city job but you better have a paper copy of your insurance though. They won't accept copies on iPads or phones. I was able to use the free WiFi they provide, to fax them a copy from my DropBox.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Cool place and the best place to get organic tobacco smokes. If only they knew how to answer the phone!
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great research, advice and sensible pricing. I've worked with Neil for several years and my SEO results constantly get better.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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I totally agree with Don!! This is my first and last time using these guys! Period! I took my bike here and after waiting 3 weeks - for work that only took them a day and a half to do - I finally got it back. They cleaned and replaced the carbs (I supplied a new set for them), replaced the front seals and put on a new front tire (that I supplied) for $480. The price was reasonable, I guess - I didn't get quotes from anywhere else - but the work and attention to detail was very disappointing. When they replaced the front seals and they didn't put the fairings back on properly, so I had to get them to fix it. They scratched the heck out of my NEW paint removing the gas tank. They told me my gas tank was full of junk, but I had spent 2 days cleaning it myself and it was fine for over a year. They told me the fuel pump was bad, but it's brand new. The choke didn't work anymore and to start the bike, I had to give it full throttle while pressing the start button and the idle adjuster was just hanging out and it wasn't like that before. I also brought them my cover, because the place is very, very dirty and looks like a complete dump. I wanted my bike covered because they leave them outside all day and I just spent 40+ hours doing the body work and painting it. But they didn't cover it until I got onto them about it being covered in dust and dirt and that there was now a crack in the fairing where there wasn't before. When I got the bike back, I didn't get 10 miles down the road when it died and I had to have it towed back to the shop. They told me the new carbs may have bigger jets and all this jib-jab, but they were stock throughout. And if the jets were bigger, they would have or should have told me that before putting on the new carbs. To top it all off, they said, they MIGHT look at it that day. This is my daily driver and I NEED it back NOW, not when they care to take the time to fix something they screwed up. I am very unhappy with their level of professionalism and quality of work and talking to me like I'm inconveniencing them. I know we all can't afford dealership pricing, but you get what you pay for and I learned that i would have rather paid $600 at a dealer than deal with the headache I got from L&L. I do not recommend them at all, if you really care about your bike. Bite the bullet and take it to the dealer or learn how to fix it. They may know a lot about bikes and have reasonable prices, but that doesn't make up for poor service and not standing behind their work and trying to blame everyone and everything else for something they did or didn't do.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago