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  1. #1
    hYdrO
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    Exclamation @home Techies (WORLD OF ORGANIZED CRIME)

    Finally! After threatening to cancel my Rogers@home, they finally setup a date for a techie to come to my house and check things out. (Feb 10th the exact date)

    I told them that i suspected that it was my MODEM's fault for my slow speeds so I threatened to cancel. Than they said they would send techie to come over and do some diagnostic tests to determine the root of my problem.

    My question is what can I do to make he techie "work faster and think harder?" Bribing them? What will they offer

  2. #2
    kill-9
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    Beer...

  3. #3
    BMED
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    Cool

    ICED,FRESH BREWED,FREE,UNLIMITED AMOUNT OF COLD BEER.. ...ALSO HAVING SOME LOCAL ADULT ENTERTAINMENT DROP BY TO HELP SET THE MOOD FOR A GREAT TECHIE HACK, WILL GET YOU ALL THE PERKS!

  4. #4
    baD boY beN
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    haha @home techies here in vancouver,bc are dumb..well the one i got...some fat slob who didnt take his damn shoes off in my house...he messed up my install too

  5. #5
    creep
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    yeah, both times when the tech dude came to by house, not once did they take off their shoes. messed up my carpet...bastards!

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  6. #6
    TheRock4
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    Did you ever think of asking them to take off their shoes or were they supposed to be mind readers as well???

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    If ya smell, what TheRock4, is cookin'

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    Cool

    Actually, wearing shoes (preferably rubber soled) are a "good" thing while working inside a PC. The tech would be less likely in shoes than in socks or bare feet to accidentally discharge a static blast into your PC and sensitive components.

    Working on a PC while on "carpet" can be risky. Also, a static wrist strap is a must. I wouldn't complain if they had shoes on on my carpet. AND I will loan them the wrist strap because my tech didn't even have one.

    Just a thought...

    JFF

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