Post by T Post by Mike Tomlinson Post by T
$45! Bloody hell.
The cheaper ones have always given me fits. I was looking
for one I could always trust to work on varying systems.
And, I got mine wholesale as I have a resellers permit
(I have to pay use tax). It was definitely not $45.00.
So you *are* taking advantage of the information provided to your
questions here, in the form of making money from the answers by
passing it off as your own and/or the results of your so called
research then? YOU ARE A SHYSTER. And, an actual example of what the
saying 'shady tree mechanic' actually means.
Post by T Post by Mike Tomlinson
Handy for when I'm working on a machine where the built-in
network drivers are missing or broken. Plug adaptor in, 99% of
the time the OS picks it up and installs it and I have access to
the internet to fix whatever is broken.
So neither of you carry another machine which is essentially a
portable lab to do the work with? If the machine you're checking out
has an active internet aware piece of malware present, you're helping
it out by re establishing a working internet connection? Have I got
Despite the fact you have a business license, you are NOT a
professional technician. You are a shyster. You take jobs away from
real technicians when you pass yourself off as one. Not only that,
you make customers leary of actual technicians because they think
(and with good reason based on the questions you ask here) that all
technicians are incompetent and out to screw them over.
You previously wrote about being a 'technician' (with no
certs/degrees, etc) for 22 years or so. If that was true, WHY do you
have to ask rudimentary 'how do I do this' questions here? Why do you
depend on various people here to help you out? You should donate your
'tech fees' to a charity or two. As, you haven't really earned any of
it. You've been mooching the knowledge from others and passing it off
as your own; and, that's NOT right.
I'm the boss.My cat said so!!