AT&T customer service via 611 is no longer a viable way to reach customer service. Hold times are extraordinarily long, and to clear back logs AT&T operators are disconnecting customers by pretending they cannot hear the customer on the line. The increased call volume is due to the competitive rate changes they require customers to ask for the change as they are not automatically applied to existing customers. By ignoring these calls, AT&T is slowing down customer's efforts to acquire the new reduced rate plans. FCC needs to step in immediately and monitor AT&T and levy fines. So sorry I left my old carrier for AT&T.
Look it up here on the yahoo details screen for RGR. The negative spin is from the anti-gun press picking out obscure one-party estimates that have no basis.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Bloomberg, the media company owned by anti-gun mogul Michael Bloomberg, will stop at nothing to twist facts and post propaganda against gun ownership. Even this article had 70% content of anti-gun drivel, and 30% of on-subject financial matter. Sickening to say the very least! Any employee of Michael Bloomberg who openly supported or wrote in favor the 2nd amendment would quickly find themselves unemployed. Therefore, we the people, will only continue to see twisted news from the like of Bloomberg media giving even more reason to ignore it.
Never stand in front of a Hot Steam Roller on Full-Forward!
Not a good day for GM. And for those who like to say those races are meaningless, than ask why manufacturers dump in hoarders of capital into them?! Continued congratulations to all of those who loaded up on TM with me Under $60!
Now it it's time to watch HMC and VW make some moves upward. But long term I'm weighted in TM when it comes to auto manufacturers. Toyota is on track to trend the $200 mark in their OTC shares. I'm guessing there is a lot of R&D going into the Tundra and is why modest changes were only applied to it and others. And with the end of the FJ look for more focus on 4-Runner development to gather even more the mid size SUV realm that focus on more off-road capability. With that in mind Ford should admit defeat to Toyota and Honda and just retire the Explorer name and start from scratch like GM did when the killed off the Blazer, Tracker and Trailblazer... But Ford should avoid the mistake GM did with the Traverse and look at the success of the likes of the Pilot, Highlander and RAV4 as they have attempted with the Escape. But people still seek out Toyota and Honda for their long term reliability and value retainment. It's a tough mountain for GM and ford to climb in those segments. Thank goodness though for the full-size pickup trucks though! They save Ford and GM each and every year. And I applaud both for keeping them fresh! Rant off...
I have been a holder-on with windows 7' but windows 8 was simply confusing and turned me off for computing. Having already owning several iPads And no fix from Microsoft for it's lousy Windows 8 platform, I just replaced the 4 PC's in my home with 3 Apple Macs and 1 Mac Air book. I already see this is the point of no return to Windows ever again for me.
I saw this comentary on an article about insurance companies handling claims for restaruants that many will no longer insure restauarnats that serve hot beverages at drive-thru windows. I guess there have been many more incidents of hot coffee to the lap? I wonder if McDonads is going to adopt this rule for their franchises?
Now admittedly I get the $1 coffee often at McDonalds and several times the lids were loose/not snapped on leadng to close calls of spillage due to unaffixed lids. But anyone of good sense checks this right away. I see some stores using a lid press device to ensure the lid is on, while others just seem to do it by hand and may not get it sealed right. I wonder if sales of Hot Beverages cease at drive-ups (at any Chain, not just McDonalds) how that would effect overall sales?
Good deal! Hope you had fun. It seems .40SW and .45 ACP ammo is getting more plentiful and in near me you can pretty much get it now anytime. That wasn't the case just a few months back.. Alot more supply certainly (of .40 and .45) than the still scarce 9MM. While I own a LC9, it's been harder to get the 9mm ammo in my area. So I've been holding onto the few boxes of 9mm I am able to find here and there and shooting the .40and .45 more.
Just ordered a new SR1911 and a SR40C. This latest SR40C will join my other SR40C I purchased last year and has served me well as an EDC (Everyday Carry). The supply of 1911's tells me these are getting a lot
of buyers. I'm also seeing a lot more shooters carrying the SR9C and SR40C's at the local range, which is no surprise to me seeing how great these guns are at a very fair price point. This strategy works well in that there always seems to be either .45 ACP or . 40SW in stock. Just the same I have be stocking up on both calibers.
Sentiment: Strong Buy