No. Because the company that replaced the ice maker in our freezer is coming back out to try to figure out why this one isn’t making ice either. I am not happy about having to sit there answering the same damn questions over and over from some yahoo who can’t even keep his damn mask over his nose half the time.
Wondering if the issue is before the ice maker, did they check for a crimp in the water line or maybe it’s frozen? I’ve seen such a gross incompetence of service workers since the pandemic started. Like you said, they can’t even keep themselves masked properly!! Maybe I shouldn’t blame it on the pandemic, that’s just when I started noticing it and it pisses me off! Good luck with getting automatic ice, it REALLY IS such a convenience!
@Lynnerizer OMG YES. We moved into this house just under five months ago, and have had tons of workers in and out fixing all kinds of stuff, painting, installing this and that, and my husband and I have both been completely blown away by how absolutely incompetent most of them have been.
I’m more excited for Friday. I’m taking my kids to go visit my parents for the first time in over a year It’ll be a VERY LONG day though… work a full day then drive 7.5 hours to my parents. worth it though!
kind of! hockey returns tomorrow night after being paused for covid protocols. but if there was some actual/other underlying reason for this question i don’t know what that is and thus am not excited for it.
I am taking the day off work tomorrow. I get to do fun stuff like work on my taxes and shop for a new refrigerator and, if it doesn’t rain, do some yard work in hopes of containing the weeds before they rise up and take over all of Metropolis (and then the world!).
I have a 10 hour drive through round 2 of a system that just dumped 6 inches of rain yesterday. And my route is right along the front line, heavy rain expected for 6+ hours of the trip, right along the interstate I’m traveling on.
Welcome to hydroplane city. I just hope I don’t get stuck behind one of those “shutdown the interstate” accidents that adds another three hours to the trip.