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Old 03-14-2012, 07:36 PM   #167141
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Yes, plug and play.

Well, with the airbag, plug and pray.

Just make sure you disconnect the battery first.
disconnect, remove, put in neighbors garage in a safe with a time lock.
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Kind of, but it just sorta "comes out of nowhere"...it's not really symmetrical and ordered like a terraced landscape.
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Old 03-14-2012, 07:37 PM   #167143
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Old 03-14-2012, 07:43 PM   #167146
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i saw that comfort seats to sports seats is, no idea on m3 seats. might depend if heated or not?
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Kind of, but it just sorta "comes out of nowhere"...it's not really symmetrical and ordered like a terraced landscape.
Yeah, I'm not sure. It something related to stepped features.
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Mechanically the fit fine. Most of the time the wiring is the same, too.
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i wonder what the paperwork that Marcus signed said.
he signed paper work?

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just talking about the mod forum and all the reported posts we are seeing. it is pretty comical.

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lol. i see. i didn't know you guys had a mod forum. lol
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Write an email to your assistant, Sally Cantwright, who composed a poor adjustment letter. Without changing any facts, explain the changes she will need to make to the adjustment letter as well as why those changes are important. Since you will not be able to review all of her future letters, your goal is to help her learn how to write more effective adjustment letters to customers on her own. When writing the email, keep in mind that your assistant is a valuable employee, so provide feedback and instruction without damaging morale.

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***61623; Sally's letter to the customer should use the direct pattern - your email to Sally should use the indirect pattern.
***61623; Your tone in the email to Sally should be reasonable, respectful, modest, polite, and tactful - being more casual as opposed to restrained is appropriate due to your level of familiarity, but still remain professional.
***61623; Carefully consider elements of your opening, body, and closing.
***61623; Include at least one specific example of how you would change something in the original letter.
***61623; Consider using headings and/or graphic highlighting (e.g., bullets, numbering, boldface type) to make your points more readable.
***61623; Use appropriate email design considerations - do not exceed 1page, single spaced - proofread!

Sally's Poor Adjustment Letter
Manhattan Galleries
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November 15, 2009
Ms. Sharon Jensen
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2459 Hooper Avenue
Miami, FL 44787
Dear Ms. Jensen:

Your letter has been referred to me for reply. You claim that the painting recently sent by Manhattan Galleries arrived with sags in the canvas and that you are unwilling to hang it in your company's executive offices.
I have examined your complaint carefully, and, frankly, I find it difficult to believe because we are so careful about shipping, but if what you say is true, I suspect that the shipper may be the source of your problem. We give explicit instructions to our shippers that large paintings must be shipped standing up, not lying down. We also wrap every painting in two layers of convoluted foam and one layer of Perf-Pack foam, which we think should be sufficient to withstand any bumps and scrapes that negligent shipping may cause. We will certainly look into this.
Although it is against our policy, we will in this instance allow you to take this painting to a local framing shop for re-stretching. We are proud that we can offer fine works of original art at incredibly low prices, and you can be sure that we do not send out sagging canvasses.
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i need it by 12 tonight. lol

jk. easy work, but i'm just dragging my feet.
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Old 03-14-2012, 09:38 PM   #167153
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he signed paper work?
lol. i see. i didn't know you guys had a mod forum. lol
I am sure they have variations of contracts. So people pay cash, some finance, etc. But I am sure there is a contract for every person about tuning, warranty, terms and conditions, etc.....

And yes we have a mod forum. It's where we store the porn that is not suitable for the forum
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I am sure they have variations of contracts. So people pay cash, some finance, etc. But I am sure there is a contract for every person about tuning, warranty, terms and conditions, etc.....

And yes we have a mod forum. It's where we store the porn that is not suitable for the forum
I take it that's where you keep that pic of Nicholas Childs' balls.
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I take it that's where you keep that pic of Nicholas Childs' balls.
In simsima's personal collection, no doubt.
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And yes we have a mod forum. It's where we store the porn that is not suitable for the forum


passes?


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I am sure they have variations of contracts. So people pay cash, some finance, etc. But I am sure there is a contract for every person about tuning, warranty, terms and conditions, etc.....

And yes we have a mod forum. It's where we store the porn that is not suitable for the forum
How do I become a mod?

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