Friday, November 20th, 2009
Hear Yee Hear Yee it is a great day at iResQ. Cassia owned breakfast this morning with home made eggs, sausage, and bacon served, of course, with toast and muffins. Lets give a big round of applause for an eggcellent breakfast (that one is in remembrance of the man of the hour!).
Ok moving on, by now I’m sure all of you have pointed out the fact that I used the wrong spelling of the word here in my introduction. Well friends that was actually an act of foreshadowing into the depths of my blog. You see, iResQ is now repairing your iPod Touch Generation 1, 2, and 3 HeadPhone Jacks, so you can hear your music and movies in amazing stereo sound once again. It’s like your iPod never stopped working!
Now that all of you have heard about the HeadPhone Jack service, it’s time I fill you in on another secret. This one involves your eyes. You know how iResQ rules at repairing your iBook, PowerBook, MacBook and MacBook Pro LCD’s? Well, we are now repairing your brand new Late 2009 MacBook LCDs as well. So, if you happen to get a little too excited over the holidays and you drop your new toy, have no fear iResQ is here!
Well that’s about all of the news I have for you today. Just to wrap things up I think I’ll go ahead and offer an iResQ Coupon in honor of the great breakfast we had this morning. Send an email with coupon code “Where’s my Breakfast” to firstname.lastname@example.org and receive 10 bucks off any repair, NOT DIAGNOSIS. Only applies to FLAT RATE REPAIR SERVICES ordered through our site. This coupon expires December 1st so act fast.
Have a great weekend and be safe!
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009
First, let’s all give Mr. Steve Jobs a hearty welcome back. After receiving a liver transplant in April (and allegedly beating pancreatic cancer prior to that) the tech world’s favorite CEO returned to Apple on Monday. Apparently he’s easing in to part-time at this point, but it’s a good sign nonetheless. Speedy recovery, Steve. I think there’s an App for that.
Well, Snow Leopard is rolling and the 13″ Unibody MacBook Pro has a Firewire port again. Joy! And talk about price drop. You can get your hands on a MacBook Pro for $1199. That’s less than I paid for my 500MHz iBook G3 when I went to college. And it’s a heckuva lot more machine for the money. And speaking of more machine for the money, the iPhone 3G just keeps getting better. Video, increased storage capacity, more user-friendly GPS. Yee haw.
So did you all listen to Apple’s ads and go buy your dads a new iPod, iPhone or MacBook? No? Some consumers you are. Hope you all had a good Father’s Day anyway. It was my first, of sorts, but seeing as my kid is the size of a peach, I didn’t get a new iPod either.
Keep reading friends- we’ll have new deals that will blow your mind coming soon. Until next week…
Monday, November 17th, 2008
Aloha, and salutations from Kuaui! All I can say is I feel bad for all of you who are not here right now. I just finished watching the blaze-orange sun come up over the waves that are breaking over the Keoneloa Bay (“the long-sand”). Man, the air is clean here. So, in summation- Hawaii is better than Kansas. Duh.
I’m keeping it especially brief today because I have to get to the beach to go snorkeling with the sea turtles. Bet you wish you could say that. Anyway- email “Keoneloa” to email@example.com in the month of November for $15 off your next MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iBook or PowerBook LCD repair. And enjoy your week, suckers.
Monday, August 11th, 2008
Salutations, friends. Everybody still enjoying their 3G iPhones? If you’re one of the millions who have already bought one, consider yourself one lucky dog. (Cue heavy-handed segue in 3, 2, 1…) And speaking of lucky dogs (thank you, thank you), have I got the deal of lifetime for you folks. Ever since my wife and I adopted our border collie Maddie from a Wichita shelter last summer, I’ve kind of been pushing the whole dog adoption thing on unsuspecting friends and family. And now you people. Now, I don’t mean to criticize breeders and expensive pet shops that sell puppies by the barrel- people need a place to buy $1500 pedigrees too. But if you’re considering adopting a dog or cat, be sure to check out your local Humane Society or Animal Control Shelter first. There are thousands of great animals out there looking for homes, and I’ve always had great luck with the dogs I’ve rescued.
So here’s the deal- If you’re ordering a repair for an iBook, PowerBook, MacBook or MacBook Pro, enclose a receipt from a shelter or Humane Society for a dog or cat you adopted between now and September 30th and I’ll take $50 off your total. If you’re in the Kansas City area, check out Kansas City REGAP, an organization that finds homes for retired racing greyhounds. If you adopt a greyhound through KC REGAP, it’s $50 off and an iResQ t-shirt. Check out some of the dogs available in the Olathe area below, and Maddie cruising in the front seat of my Jeep.
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