refund

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Denise: On this occasion our services did not meet your needs. I’ve refunded your payment to Prefix. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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paypal dispute notification

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Indian Prefix amigos: Worried I would not be notified promptly in the event of a paypal dispute I called paypal, and learned: ONE: the app I used to send invoices will not indicate a dispute TWO: the resolution center not seen on any paypal app yet accessible form service is the sending address we’re monitoring now, and it is the same address used in the event of a dispute. With the goal in mind of moving from einvoice to webpay it is important that we continue to minimize disputes, and promptly resolve disputes, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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provicial and territorial

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My recent click-tap-history reports tells me old lady foul language got noteworthy attention, which makes me smile. A woman named Nan Wallace confronted Hana and I for taking her space. Nan claimed her bag left behind on a table indicated she reserved the grilling common space, and Hana and I were wrong to use the space. I’ve known this vid retains the attention it gets, but there are no pop keywords or relevant timing to a celebrity event, so its clicks and taps are scattered. My reaction: ONE: it retains attention, because it contains candid conflict between strangers TWO: I sincerely thought telling Nan I would record the conversation and post on youtube would get her to transition from demands to deal making THREE: I was told by a friend my best line was, “I’m sure they have other names for you too”. This friend is Adam and he predicts most people would miss the jab as Nan did FOUR: an unbiased listener including listeners with familiarity of the condominium grounds and rules that govern common area would conclude Nan was, “out of line” FIVE: Nan admits, “there is no reserving” SIX: though Hana and I held our ground, and grilled as planned we have not return to Horizons West. We were renting my cousin’s property in this collection managed by Horizons West, and my interaction with my cousin, Drew, on the visit, this moment with Nan, a second common-space battle with cabana-reserving people made us feel unwelcomed. Though we would consider an invitation we would not solicit an invitation to return to Horizons West. The negative sentiment I associate with Horizons West feels personal. I felt the people were provincial and territorial, and we didn’t fit. I am married to an immigrant, and I find immigrants are much less likely to be territorial like Nan. I feel Nan battling for the grilling space compares to the anger of Trump supporters over petty things like Starbucks cups. My proof reading got me to reread, “makes me smile”. Though I have negative sentiment associated with Horizons West my blogging allows me to set my bitterness aside, and enjoy this Black Friday moment at Dean and Delucas NYTimes building NYC near the Lincoln Tunnel. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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broke by choice

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Larry Winget wrote: “You’re Broke Because You Want To Be”, which is a provocative title, and full of exceptions. The victims of Bernie Madoff are thousands of examples of people who broke at the hands of someone else’s misdeeds. Poor people, like India’s hungry, are not poor by choice. Given the many noteworthy exceptions, some people are broke by choice, and none fit the pattern better than FH. FH is a real person with an uncommon name, so I omit his name here. The chance of FH reading this text is low, but not zero . FH severed a relationship with Adam. Adam was a gift in this man’s life. Adam believed in FH’s ability and overpaid him. Adam also let him have a cot, and sleep in his office. Not just after work binges, but sleep in his office without having a alternative residence. A private office with a door, combined with a facility baño and his gym membership made Adam’s accommodations sweet. Adam accepted the risk of being in violation of his commercial least for the best of FH, and today Adam has reason to wonder why he once believed in FH. Adam’s business gets people out of financial hardship as long as they earn Adam’s clients can get their debt behind them without disrupting their life. In addition Adam’s clients avoid bankruptcy. Adam was overpaying FH, and allowing him to sleep in his office rent free, and Adam’s pro services would have allowed FH to erase his troubled financial history, but noooooo. FH is broke because he wants to be. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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bar-food ¿Home? delivery

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Following a my ¿Criminal? bicycle disappearance I’ve transition to New York for uber deliveries using a share bike combined with an ubereats walker account. My ubereats bike account would give me more jobs, but some trips would be too long causing me to recharge my share bike mid trip. With the walker account I can get the food and deliver the food within the three-quarters of an hour share-bike limit. The one delivery on my mind now as I sit in a Hoboken sports bar is Shorty’s sports bar on Madison Avenue Flatiron. The woman who order the food ordered just enough for herself. Weird, she ordered ordinary bar food to be delivered at home. I would never have thought of it, because of my binge-drinking days in Ohio. In addition I would bet none of my drunkie friends would consider having bar food delivered. I felt it was understood we were only eating bar food, because we were drunk, and everyone, even before the healthy-food trends, knew bar food was only good when drunk, but my Midtown high-rise apartment Shorty’s eater didn’t seem to get the same lesson as me and my drunkie-college amigas and amigos. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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media’s subliminal messages

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Glenn Thrush is described as a star NYTimes White House reporter, and now he faces bad-touching accusations from young media-pro women. Ironically Thrush publically claimed to be an advocate for young media pros. ¿Star? I must read over credits for NYTimes text, because I didn’t know Thrush’s name until Melissa McCarney as Sean Spicer mocked him on SNL. This is the point where credible reporting ends, and my editorial begins: it seems the SNL-Thrush mockery is another example of the many cameo-Harvey-Weinstein trashings that appeared in media for decades prior to Harvey’s crime-fingered outing. Was SNL targeting bad-touching Glen for ¿Good reason? »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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the world is flat

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« In the first half decade of this millennium I read: “The World is Flat”, and it iced my obsession with India. I was already drawn to Indian food, and that book opened . . . . . years later my personal taxes were prepared in India, and my social-media friend list in India grew. I don’t know how they knew, but Indians knew my fondness for all things India was sincere. Today my only agenda item was to be on call for Prefix, and meet Hana at PABT in NYC near the Lincoln Tunnel for a Friday-night birthday party in New Jersey Edgewater. Since the on call is a floater job I went mobile taking me to barrio cafes and eventually a long very-slow bus ride to the Indian barrio near Journal Square Jersey City New Jersey. If my spice purchase at Apna of black pepper, cumin, chili arbol, and coriander was double, then my USD ping would have been in the triple digits. Loaded with months worth of spices I ate my samosas standing near Apna with no beverage though I had a full Budweiser can in my bag. In and out of shops until I got my Indian scarf to compliment my slightly moth-eaten not-worn-very-often overcoat. Meanwhile my phone would ping calling me to send Prefix invoices for tech-support work to be completed for American residents by Indians in India . . . I was in American-Indian heaven. The World is Flat . . . what a difference a decades makes. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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