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  1. Vey nice. Really shows the line top to bottom for the first time. Interesting that they are running it right up half of the learning hill with the crowds that sees. I think the towers are sitting on the “water park” parking lots maybe. At least it looked like it in that one video
  2. Nice that the box is right on your lot. Might have been left waiting if it was a few doors down and they had to cross sidewalks/driveways. Like I said, can't speak for VZ, but it would be crazy to charge for that. And there's always the option to get salty and call and bitch for a gift card/account credit
  3. Yeah, I'm sure that's part of the reason that we don't charge for drop repairs or replacements. Everyone knows there's a lot of really shallow drop cable out there. Plant hardline would be another story. It's *almost" always much deeper, and even still most of the times I saw they never charged a homeowner for an honest mistake. If another company doesn't call for locates and/or recklessly disregards good practices, sometimes they will try to go after them for damages. Especially if they're jerks, lol
  4. I'm surprised by the $99 fee. I know at Comcast, we generally own responsibility for the drop up to the bond block at the side of or just inside the house. Will replace or repair without charge no matter how it gets damaged. Usually our call agents will warn about a service call fee "if the problem is determined to be inside wiring or customer responsibility" but that's basic CYA and means if the tech gets out there and finds out that it's not really a cut UG but something else or the customer didn't check the batteries in the remote or something then they get charged. There's a ton of coax out there direct buried without conduit, and a lot of it not much deeper than a couple inches. I certainly laid a few thousand feet of it myself in Harford County, MD about a decade ago. 🤣 But that's a whole lot easier to fix than fiber.
  5. Is that your drop, and do you have Fios? If so, probably won’t cost you anything, but If it’s not safely temp-able service will likely be out for a few days until a bury crew gets to burying a new one. If it’s your drop and you DON’t have Fios, they likely won’t even replace it now. They’ll put a new one in if you ever switch to them. Make sure to call them a month ahead of when you want service. If it’s a neighbors drop it still probably won’t cost you anything, but if it’s not safely temp-able you’re probably not his favorite new neighbor. 😂 Interesting to see it direct buried. Everything Fios ran underground around upper bucks was in conduit
  6. It's not as fun as you might think. I don't grill as much as I'd like to. Hoping to change that though. I did make these beauties the other night: And this brisket for Memorial Day:
  7. We should go mount a trail cam on a post or tree somewhere that has a good view. Visit each night and pull footage. Post it the next day. Not live, but entertaining. 🤣
  8. Action in the valley. Would be nice if they would nudge that camera over again.
  9. I'm sure they want to get the lower stuff done as quickly as they can, given it's basically IN the waterpark, and that opens next week
  10. Lol, did everyone notice the other long ass line of chairs in the background behind the Main St house?
  11. Definitely. And the redskin potatoes I grew a couple years ago were incredible. The most butter smooth potatoes I've ever had
  12. It's mostly just cause of how fresh it is. One year I had corn in the garden and it was amazingly good picked and eaten that day
  13. The corn from Newhards is great.
  14. Crane been onsite for awhile on the Camel cams. Concrete truck pouring today for what looks like the lower house.
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