I hope everyone enjoys and has a wonderful Christmas. It will be wonderful one in Denver since we are having a white Christmas. Merry Christmas!
I was having a quite wonderful evening until 9:22 when Promark Research Corporation called. I then learned that the Do Not Call List doesn’t apply to them.
While I removed myself from their call list, I’m not to happy that our elected officials sold us out and excluded companies like that. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.
What I think that got me upset was that they called after 9 am in the evening. Im still not sure they are supposed to call that late. No research firm shouldn’t be able to call that late. They sounded offended that I was upset.
Promark, get a clue and a conscious. The business you are in and how you are doing it is unethical. You do not get good information when you make people upset.
Update: While the law exempts from companies seeking opinions or completing surveys, including the call hours, best practices specify that companies should follow the law and restrict calls from 8 AM to 9 PM. Promark doesn’t seem to be following best practices.
I had to come down to the Tech Center for a training today. To make sure I got there on time I came early and went to the Original Pancake House on Bellevue.
The 49er flapjacks are wonderful meal to get and adding eggs just makes it a great breakfast.
I’ve been to the founding Original Pancake House in Portland, Oregon. The one on Bellevue reminded me of that one even though it was in a strip mall.
If we become more dependent on others to tell us how to do things, then the dumbing down of our country will continue.
If you don’t know how to do done thing, experiment with it until you get it to work. Do something for yourself and solve your own problems.
Here is wishing every one a happy and prosperous New Year!
To turn left at a stoplight that isn’t changing?
My wife and I (she was in a separate car behind me) were at a stoplight coming out of a park-n-ride and we were waiting for the light to change so we could turn left.
The problem was that it wasn’t changing. We sat there for over 5 minutes waiting for it to change and nothing happened. I think what was happening is that there was a lot of snow on the ground and either we were not in the correct spot or the sensor wasn’t picking us up.
I waited until there was no traffic and safely made a left turn. My wife behind me waited a little longer but turned right not wanting to break the law and turn left against a red light.
So the question is, was it wrong to turn left against a red light when it wasn’t changing?