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ASTI in Miami

Tech Training
Samurai Appliance Repair Man

This event repeats every day until 02/18/2016

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Annual Service Training Institute in Miami, FL. Appliance service business and technical training.

Be sure to stop by the Master Samurai Tech booth during the trade show and get your Appliantology sticker for your name tag and to enter our raffle for a FREE enrollment in the Fundamentals of Appliance Repair training course!

For details on the ASTI event, click here.

Hope to see you there! 

Samurai Appliance Repair Man



DurhamAppliance

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Who gives a @#&*! about your shirt when you suppose to bring the beer and gumbo?  You bring the beer and gumbo,  I would  gladly stand beside you even if you were wearing 

 

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Now if you forget to bring the stuff... I'll have one  of these waiting for you

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I've been working on my master plan to smuggle it out. You see it's a state treasure, kind of like the the petrified forests of Arizona's petrified wood. It's illegal to take from the NO metro area to another state (especially to a yank-villian) because once it's out it's like a zombie apocalypse kinda thing where every one who tries it would flock here and mumble "gumbo-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o"  instead of "brains". I have a master plan in place, including freezing it and double packing it in bags and putting it in my checked luggage surrounded by protection. In those protection bags are brussel sprouts and conolli, keeping the gumbo safe and cold until the time awaits to warm it and have a good true gumbo from south Louisiana. I have 2 batches packed, 1 seafood gumbo with crab meat and shrimp and another with sausage, chicken, and shrimp.

Us southern boys are men of our word, if we say we're doing it then we are. So unless the TSA steals it then it will be there. TSA = Them Stealing Asses. Hate dealing with the airports so wish me luck!!

And bring the white shirt, be ready to take a pic.

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