The show must go on, or so the saying goes. But how can you keep the show on track when you cannot move the background and electronic equipment onto the stage? When your background props, speakers, lights, costume racks, and more are too heavy for one or two people to lift by themselves, you must rely on carts, tables, gurneys, and more to move it for you. But what happens when parts like the rollers, theater casters, bars, and more wear out, leaving you without the equipment you need to make moving important gear easier? You can find the parts to make necessary repairs when you shop online today.
Built for Endurance and Weight
Background props and sound equipment are heavier than they look. They may look whimsical and light; however, they are made out of solid materials like wood and rubber that make them cumbersome to lift. Rather than strain your back and possibly hurt yourself, you can make moving them easier with tables, carts, and more. You can keep the fixtures moving around well by making sure they are outfitted with high-quality casters. Continue reading “Keeping the Show in Progress with High-Performance Parts”
Whether or not you are an expert in your firm at understanding specifications, tolerances, and overall performance of a piece of equipment, you may be tasked with acquiring or replacing it when it does go bad. The irony, of course, is that oftentimes when there is no expert onsite at your firm for that particular piece of equipment, it can be the case that misuse was the reason for its failure. Continue reading “Finding The Right Technical Piece Of Equipment Online”
Yes, that’s today. There’s a sudden explosion here in Davao City. I thought it’s just thunder even it’s not raining, but it’s actually a bomb. I’m inside Marco Polo 5th floor when it happened. I didn’t see the explosion, but I see a lot of people along Roxas. The explosion happened at exactly 10:18 PM local time (GMT+8) according to the Marco Polo staff I’m talking with right now. I wasn’t able to take a video, but will share it in this blog once I found one online. Be safe everyone. Photo above by @jboygonzalessj of Twitter.com. Check out his twitter of live photo and video updates. Continue reading “Bomb Explosion in Roxas Night Market, Davao City, September 2, 2016!”
Yep, she’s now into video blogging. My number one crush in the world is now video blogging. Subscribe to her channel now at youtube.com/channel/UCAMlaS8ELTqpQDrt46PdKJg. She now has 16,574 subscribers as of August 6, 2016, with more than 100k YouTube views in her 3 videos. Latest video was uploaded yesterday. Her vlog is fun to watch, even if she’s just talking about random stuff that you might not be interested, anyway I’m interested in all that she does. Even if she just eats, or sleeps, or just babbling random things about make-up. I just love her, and I know you will too!
I tried ordering today at happyfresh.ph, hoping that they will live to its promise of delivering your groceries within an hour, but I was disappointed with their service. It’s actually a lie. If you’re expecting your groceries to be delivered within an hour or within 2 hours, then you’ll be disappointed, just like me. They will not and cannot deliver it within an hour, I assure you. I selected the time 1-2PM after ordering at 12 noon. Surprise surprise, 2PM already passed, and the groceries are still not delivered. After refreshing their website several times, the status of my order is “Shopper has started selecting your items 19/05/2016 – 12:42PM”. They just started selecting and will deliver it in my area for 5-10minutes or less? I doubt it will arrive that fast, even if there’s no traffic, it’s literally impossible, unless the grocery shop is just 10 steps away from home.
Just recently, around April 28, 2016, AMEX, GCASH and Buy a load via *143# is remove. All you can see when you dial it is this.
I thought it’s gone forever, even though it’s only the reason why most of the people are dialling *143#. Their customer support doesn’t have even a clue that it’s gone. They are just stuttering and saying.. “Aaah.. sir.. Ah ok sir. My apologies sir that you cannot find the GCASH options in *143#.” So I think it’s gone forever.
Good thing, after 2 days of the unannounced maintenance, they sent a mass SMS saying: “Dear Gcash customer, our system activity is taking longer than expected. We’re very sorry for the inconvenience. Rest assured we’ll let you know as soon as Buy Load to all networks and Cash-in from BP via the Gcash app, and Load to Gcash and Gcash American Express registrations, renewals and PIN generation in all channels are available again. Thank you for your understanding.”
Right now, I advice everyone—specially those who are using the AMEX virtual card—to avoid using your AMEX card via Paypal, as it will most probably get rejected/denied but your GCASH account will still be charged. Refunding process by GCASH AMEX will usually take 3-6 months, probably never. As they are having a hard time tracing this kind of issue. I’ve been charged twice already for a Paypal denied transaction using my GCASH AMEX card last February 2016 and March 2016, and until now, those charged are still not refunded. Anyway, it’s just a small amount of below P10,000 pesos, so I assume they really don’t care that much for small time customers like me.
Recently just this year, I’ve been shopping for the best treadmill for my personal use. I’ve been searching online and found out popular treadmill brands such as Precor, Landice, NordickTrack, True, and Sole. There are many other brands out there like Cybex, Life Fitness, Nautilus, Reebok, Life Span, Star Trac, Smooth Fitness, Yowza, Vision, Free Motion, BD Cardio, Body Craft, Gold’s Gym, Fuel, Endurance, Bladez, SportsArt, Spirit, Health Rider, AFG, Epic, Meritt, Schwinn, Livestrong, and Weslo, but it’s not as popular as the first 5 brands I’ve mentioned.
Now every brands has its pros and cons. There are many positive reviews for the top 5 treadmill brands according to my research. The Precor, Landice, NordickTrack, True and Sole are really popular online and offline. I’ve seen them in the home of some of my friends and in popular gyms around the world. Those brands have really good reviews, but some of those brands have really bad reviews, like the NordickTrack. Continue reading “What is the oldest Treadmill brand?”