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A Christmas Eve Service Call on Smarts Mountain

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Hillstomping Update, Samurai Incarnate 24 December 2011 · 2,780 views

The Samurai is ready to go wherever and whenever there's a broken appliance! No place is too remote for a service call from the Samurai. Here's a Christmas eve service call I made today to a home on the summit of Smarts Mountain with a broken Dacor range.

Smarts Mountain
The view from Lambert Ridge heading up Smarts Mtn. near the outset of this four mile hike to the summit where the house is.

ice flow on the trail
Hiking up the glacier. Oh yeah, the Samurai does all-terrain service calls!


Firetower on Smarts Mtn.
There's a fire tower at the top of the mountain. Oz Man and I stopped by to check it out.

Oz Man doesn't like the fire tower.
Up top inside the fire tower. Oz Man doesn't like it!

View from the fire tower.
But nice views!

View from the fire tower.

unhappy customers
When we came down from the fire tower, we met the customers who lived on the summit. I couldn't put my finger on what it was, but they had a little different vibe about them and something told me I was in a for a surprise on this one. They were also pretty upset about their broken range.

Service call location
Now we arrive at their house. Complaint was a Dacor electric oven that was completely dead-- no lights, nuttin'. I quickly determined the problem: no power supply and not just to the oven-- no power running to the entire structure!

Heading down
They seemed to understand my explanation that they needed electricity to make an electric oven run. Since it was getting late, they invited us to stay for dinner.

Rat Kabobs
They were making rat kabobs. I thanked them profusely for their kindness but, since the Nativity Fast was still going on, I declined and opted instead for some snacks I brought. The Oz Man, however, enjoyed munching back on several roasted rats. After a fine meal and much merriment, the Oz Man and I headed back down the mountain to spend Christmas with the family. Ho ho ho!


Feliz Navidad from the Master Appliantologists at www.Appliantology.org!

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Samurai Incarnate 20 December 2011 · 1,515 views

Here, now, for the first time on film, is the elite Dancing Corps of the Samurai Appliance Repair Academy. The Dancing Corps members are just a few of the actual, real-life Master Appliantologists you'll meet here at Appliantology.org helping you fix your broken appliances. They've worked and trained countless hundreds of hours of their own time to bring you this traditional Christmas greeting dance. The composition of the Corps varies from year to year; the 2011 Appliantology Dance Corps members are: RegUS_PatOff, kdog, KurtiusInterupptus, DurhamAppliance, and yours ever so truly. We hope you enjoy watching as much as we enjoyed rehearsing!


While they last, you can download a free, limited-edition, autographed copy of this video; only a limited number of these were made using the finest single-barrel sour mash ingredients and no GMO-- after they're gone, that's it. So get it while you can! ==> Video, 59 MB, mpg file



Solar-Powered Snowblower Service call on Mt. Cardigan

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Snowblower Repair, Samurai Incarnate 16 December 2011 · 2,290 views

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"Can you fly, Bobby?" by Zenzoidman, on Flickr

Got called out to Mt. Cardigan for a service call on a solar-powered snowblower. Oh yeah, you betcha: the Samurai stays on the bleeding edge of technology and is experienced in repairing solar-powered appliances, too. Appliantology.org: The Samurai Appliance Repair Academy -- your one stop for ALL your appliance repair needs.


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Wrong Address? by Zenzoidman, on Flickr

I thought this was the place but it's all boarded up. My GPS musta given me bum directions. The search for the service call destination continues. There's an appliance in need out here! :argh:


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High Mountain Service Call by Zenzoidman, on Flickr

Finally found the place. There's no place too remote for the Samurai to go on a service call! Even if you live on top of a mountain in a dumpy cabin, the Samurai can fix your broken appliances! :pain30:


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Contemplative Oz by Zenzoidman, on Flickr

When we finally got that snowblower fixed, it was getting late for the hike down. The Samurai's semper fi canine apprentice, The Oz Man, led the way! :spacecraft:


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Christ is Risen! Χριστός Ανέστη! Христос Воскресе!

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Samurai Incarnate, Cool Stuff 24 April 2011 · 1,263 views

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Paschal Greetings from around the World

Aleut: Khristus anahgrecum! Alhecum anahgrecum!
Aleut: Khris-tusax agla-gikux! Agangu-lakan agla-gikux!
Albanian: Krishti U Ngjall! Vertet U Ngjall!
Alutuq: Khris-tusaq ung-uixtuq! Pijii-nuq ung-uixtuq!
Amharic: Kristos tenestwal! Bergit tenestwal!
Anglo-Saxon: Crist aras! Crist sodhlice aras!
Arabic: El Messieh kahm! Hakken kahm!
Armenian: Kristos haryav ee merelotz! Orhnial eh harootyunuh kristosee!
Athabascan: Xristosi banuytashtch’ey! Gheli banuytashtch’ey!
Bulgarian: Hristos voskrese! Vo istina voskrese!
Byelorussian: Khrystos uvaskros! Saprawdy uvaskros!
Chinese: Helisituosi fuhuole! Queshi fuhuole!
Coptic: Pchristos aftooun! Alethos aftooun!
Czech: Kristus vstal a mrtvych! Opravdi vstoupil!
Danish: Kristus er opstanden! Ja, sandelig opstanden!
Dutch: Christus is opgestaan! Ja, hij is waarlijk opgestaan!
English: Christ is risen! Indeed He is risen!
Eritrean-Tigre: Christos tensiou! Bahake tensiou!
Esperanto: Kristo levigis! Vere levigis!
Estonian: Kristus on oolestoosunt! Toayestee on oolestoosunt!
Ethiopian: Christos t’ensah em’ muhtan! Exai’ ab-her eokala!
Fijian: Na Karisito tucake tale! Io sa tucake tale!
Finnish: Kristus nousi kuolleista! Totistesti nousi!
French: Le Christ est ressuscite! En verite il est ressuscite!
Gaelic: Taw creest ereen! Taw shay ereen guhdyne!
Georgian: Kriste ahzdkhah! Chezdmaridet!
German: Christus ist erstanden! Wahrlich ist er erstanden!
Greek: Christos anesti! Alithos anesti! Χριστός Ανέστη! Αληθώς Ανέστη!
Hawaiian: Ua ala hou ‘o Kristo! Ua ala ‘I ‘o no ‘oia!
Hebrew: Ha Masheeha houh quam! Be emet quam!
Hungarian: Krisztus feltamadt! Valoban feltamadt!
Ibo (Nigeria): Jesu Kristi ebiliwo! Ezia o’ biliwo!
Indian (Malayalam): Christu uyirthezhunnettu! Theerchayayum uyirthezhunnettu!
Indonesian: Kristus telah bangkit! Benar dia telah bangkit!
Italian: Cristo e’ risorto! Veramente e’ risorto!
Japanese: Christos fukkatsu! Jitsu ni fukkatsu!
Javanese: Kristus sampun wungu! Tuhu sampun wungu!
Korean: Kristo gesso! Buhar ha sho nay!
Latin: Christus resurrexit! Vere resurrexit!
Latvian: Kristus ir augsham sales! Teyasham ir augsham sales vinsch!
Lugandan: Kristo ajukkide! Amajim ajukkide!
Norwegian: Christus er oppstanden! Sandelig han er oppstanden!
Polish: Khristus zmartwyckwstal! Zaprawde zmartwyckwstal!
Portugese: Cristo ressuscitou! Em verdade ressuscitou!
Romanian: Hristos a inviat! Adeverat a inviat!
Russian: Khristos voskrese! Voistinu voskrese!
Sanskrit: Kristo’pastitaha! Satvam upastitaha!
Serbian: Cristos vaskres! Vaistinu vaskres!
Slovak: Kristus vstal zmr’tvych! Skutoc ne vstal!
Spanish: Cristo ha resucitado! En verdad ha resucitado!
Swahili: Kristo amefufukka! Kweli amefufukka!
Swedish: Christus ar upstanden! Han ar verkligen upstanden!
Syriac: M’shee ho dkom! Ha koo qam!
Tlingit: Xristos Kuxwoo-digoot! Xegaa-kux Kuxwoo-digoot!
Turkish: Hristos diril – di! Hakikaten diril – di!
Ugandan: Kristo ajukkide! Kweli ajukkide!
Ukrainian: Khristos voskres! Voistinu voskres!
Welsh: Atgyfododd Crist! Atgyfododd yn wir!
Yupik: Xris-tusaq Ung-uixtuq! Iluumun Ung-uixtuq!
Zulu: Ukristu uvukile! Uvukile kuphela!

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