Originally Posted by darthrsg
Because anyone watching a Bigfoot movie does so under the guise of legit science? I liked it for it was, Bigfoot killing hipsters, the entire point of it.
JFC, I just wrote a long response and a PM came in and I lost it before submitting the post.
Anyway, I'm not criticizing anyone for liking this movie.
My complaint is there are too many ignorant people (NOT fellow forum members) who actually believe a myth born from fraud to be reality (like the Loch Ness monster).
Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ
Some off-topic 'horror' update of my own...well Oink! was right when he said watch out for movers/insurance company screwing me over for damages. I received a check in the mail that barely covers 1/10th cost of the damages done by the movers. Mind you this insurance lady never gave us a phone call to let us know why they came to that amount, she just sent the check. After arguing, getting pissed at the lady (from me and my wife), so far they are going to pay 100% of my subwoofer (but they want the old one for salvage ha!), get actual estimates (not low numbers pulled from the sky) to 'fix' or replace damage furniture and the screen could be possibly replaced due to damage but it hangs on the mover auditor for not hiring a 3rd party to pack it, like my plasma tv's. Next time I am going to get a trailer and move my HT equipment and other stuff that is expensive/irreplaceable. What I though was funny was when my wife and I yesterday was on a conference call with the insurance/movers/relocation company, we recalled how much work 3 total movers had and how much time was given to move our stuff for this relocation. We also told them when we first relocated from Northern CA to Southern CA, there was a total of 10 packers and 4 movers working a 1360sqft home. Basically the corporate mover guy on the phone didn't have an answer because he knew his company tried to make the most money out of my wife's company by doing more with less, hence the broken stuff. The call shortly ended after that and I basically said there isn't any excuse other than negligence to why the things were damaged. Things will eventually work out but this is todays world where you have to follow up and actually fight to get something done.
Sounds like a familiar story, Slippy.
They are trying to wear you down, hope you give up and just go away.
It's a tactic almost everyone in business uses these days.
Don't give up...the squeaky wheel is the one that gets greased.