I heard about The Watch Shop several years ago when a friend with an antique Rolex took it to there for a repair. My friend commented that the owner seemed a bit gruff but did wonderful work. I love it when I find a small business that charges a fair price for work and doesn’t distinguish between the high rollers and the cheapos like me..
With the transportation side, they are getting creative in not only reducing their carbon footprint, but also effectively saving money. According to a source (Cargo), Nike made the decision to transport their products on cargo ships instead of using airplanes. It claimed to have saved Nike $8 million in one year.
Many immigrant advocates said they believe Sessions is trying to limit the number of immigrants who can even get to court, pointing to his recent decision limiting asylum claims for gang and domestic violence. Border are allowed a hearing before an immigration judge. If fewer pass the screenings, fewer could make it to court..
Beaten but resolute, the good mayor fled to the outer rim of the county’s suburban wasteland to regroup and complete his training. Upon his return, Alvarez successfully destroyed the Imperials’ diabolical device: The Public Silencer. In time, this Obi wan of the Swamp may finally bring balance to the county.
We made one hundred calls to each company, phoning their main customer service line at different times of the day, over a three day period. We timed each phone call, from the moment we finished dialling, to when we first heard a human voice. All in all, we made 500 calls.
But even though I’m just being the kind of man I was raised to be, suddenly all of my motivations are questioned. Suddenly I’m compensating, or I have that dreaded Napoleon complex. Are there short men who are angry, who go around barking to command respect? Sure there are, but my parents raised me to be an assertive man when I was still a little boy of unknown potential height.
The Pentagon recently created a new desk, focused on Iran policy. It’s a small outfit five people. But there are concerns that its influence may soon outpace its size. Known as Senate Bill 1219, it would allow the wireless carrier in question to charge a nominal fee to see texts without a court order. Right now, parents can go to a judge and ask for that order to see what is being texted to and from their child, but there are still limits in that case as well. In either instance, the carrier could do nothing without the consent of the minor in question because regardless of who is paying for the phone and the phone service, the text messages are their own private property.