In case you’re wondering why I haven’t been posting as frequently of late, it’s because I’ve been so busy answering posts and tending to my duties as HMFIC at the repair forum, a.k.a., the Samurai School of Appliantology. With more than 20 new grasshoppers and 100+ new posts every day, it keeps me and the other Master Appliantologists hoppin’, ya sure, ya betcha!
We opened the doors at our new campus in April and, in a little over three months, we have over 1,700 grasshoppers seeking appliance repair know-how. To help fill these tender skulls with knowledge, the School has more than 30 Master Appliantologists, including yours so very truly, the Exalted Grand Master of Appliantology, guiding these grasshoppers on their path to appliance enlightenment. Yea verily, the fields are ripe for the harvest.
And I recently added a chat room (or Chatto Ru-mu in Japanese) to the Samurai School. It’s a great place for light chat, clearing up misunderstandings, or just tawkin’ smack. However, chat is far too cumbersome and intensive a medium for technical how-to discussions– that’s what the forum is for. OTOH, if grasshoppers are confused about how to post an attachment or a link in the forum, or what further information they should provide so you can answer their question, that’s exactly the kind of confusion that chat can clear up. The Chatto Ru-mu, just like the Samurai School itself, is completely free and is open 24/7 to all registered grasshoppers, apprentices, and Master Appliantologists.
So, if you need help fixing your own appliances, register in the Samurai School of Appliantology Forum (it’s free) and you’ll be plugged in to the premier do-it-yourself appliance repair resource on the web.
The Samurai School of Appliantology: it’s not what’s for dinner ‘cuz you can’t eat it; but it does have some damn fine appliance repair help.
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