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Join the Samurai and the Oz Man for a Hike on the Ammonusuc - Jewel Trail Loop

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Hillstomping Update, Samurai Incarnate 07 June 2013 · 459 views
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Join the Samurai and his semper fi canine hiking partner, The Oz Man, on a perfect day for this classic hike in the Whites!


The Ammonusuc-Jewel Trail Loop in the White Mountains of New Hampshire from Scott MacKenzie Brown on Vimeo.




The Appliance Guru: Discount Coupon for Your Next Service Call

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Appliance Repair Service, Samurai Incarnate 27 April 2013 · 494 views
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Fixite Do: The Ancient Martial Art of Appliance Repair

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Most folks think of appliance repair as just another one of the technical trades, like a plumber or electrician. And, it’s true, there are those who practice appliance repair as merely a trade. But did you know that appliance repair is actually an ancient martial art, older than Kung Fu, Karate Do, and Tae Kwon Do all put together? Yes, my leetle Grasshoppers, I shi’ite you not. The ancient martial art of appliance repair is called Fixite Do (pronounced “fixi-tay do”). According to archeological records, Fixite Do originated in Lower Slabovia sometime during the Fermentecean era, which began right after the Jurassic era. You may be interested to know that Samurai Appliance Repair Man is a fully trained and certifiable master in the ancient appliance repair martial art of Fixite Do. The picture below is an actual live shot of the Samurai applying his art:


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The Samurai Demonstrates Fixite Do


Farewell (Good Riddance?) to Winter

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Samurai Incarnate 17 April 2013 · 776 views

Got the snow tires off the Guru Mobile today and it made The Oz Man reminisce about winter..




The Samurai's Triumphant Return from the 21st Annual Appliance Service Training Institute (ASTI)

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The eagle has landed back up here in yankee-land. Awesome conference but great to be back in that crisp New Hampshire air.

From Sun Country back to Snow Country... my brain is so full of the latest and greatest appliance info, I've got to relieve the pressure by sharing it with all of you as soon as possible! Stay tuned for pearls to be cast your way soon. Mrs. Samurai is working feverishly at translating my neanderthal scribblings called "notes" into a digital format that would be recognized as Engrish by the Anglo-Ameedikan world. She even wrote up a press release about us that we're submitting to our local newspaper for publi-frikkin-cation. Check it out, yo: http://applianceguru...ru-attends.html

But seriously, mah bruvahs, this ASTI was a fantastic convention-- I can honestly say it was the best one yet! I met lots of great techs, re-connected with old friends and made lots of new ones. And learned a helluva lot! Mucho mega-kudos to all the instructors, my fellow classmates, and the ASTI organizers!

The instructors from the various manufacturers were all top drawer dudes. Of the classes that I took, the best two Top Guns were Nick Webert, Samsung, and Andy Kalter, Whirlpool. These guys kicked total appliance boot-ay and revealed coveted and esoteric pearls of appliantological wisdom as only true Masters in The Craft can do. Diane Hoffman with Reckitt-Benckiser (detergent manufacturer, Finish, Jet Dry, Affresh, and lots of other good stuff) was Best-in-Show for non-appliance manufacturer-but-still-technical-appliance-stuff sessions.

Were you at the recent ASTI with the Samurai? Well, we have special deal for you, GI: http://appliantology...ntologists.html

Even though I was in class all day long, I still had some time off to spend with my peeps. Here are a few clips of some scenes around Disney, including the Coronado Resort where the ASTI was held:

Coronado Resort http://vine.co/v/bwmpP32QTbK

Tres caballeros at El Coronado. http://vine.co/v/bwAFdzprDFV

Some views of The Boardwalk:

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