Where Good Neighbors and Good Servicemen Meet

The Kool Konnection

The comparison between the good and the bad—the kool and the unkool—is given below.

The Kool Kontractor And The Unkool

The Kool Kontractor
  • Is dependable.
  • Does good work.
  • Gives sound advice.
  • Charges a reasonable price.
  • Stands behind his work.
  • Looks out for your interests.
  • Tells the truth.
  • Does not use Flat Rate Pricing.
The Unkool Contractor
  • Responds when he wants to.
  • Does mediocre work.
  • Gives unsound advice.
  • Charges what he can get away with.
  • Does not stand behind his work.
  • Looks out for his own interests.
  • Will sometimes lie.
  • Does not trust his customer.

The Kool Kustomer And The Unkool

The Kool Kustomer
  • Appreciates a good job.
  • Is willing to pay a fair price.
  • Is flexible in scheduling.
  • Keeps his pets out of the way.
  • Is honest with the repairman.
  • Pays on time.
  • Is a loyal customer.
The Unkool Customer
  • Is satisfied with a mediocre job.
  • Is not willing to pay a fair price.
  • Is inflexible in scheduling.
  • Lets his pets harass the repairman.
  • May lie to the repairman.
  • Doesn't trust the repairman.
  • Doesn't pay on time.

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Are You Ready? Therefore be ye also ready; for in such an hour as ye think not the son of man cometh.Jesus
Mt. 24:44 KJV
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: If you don't read the newspaper, you are uninformed; if you do, you're misinformed.Mark Twain
Doing The Right Thing: You can always count on Americans to do the right thing--after they've tried everything else.Winston Churchill
Kool Kommunity: Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. Philippians 2:4
NKJV
Good For The Soul: Confession is good for the soul, but hard on the reputation.Merle Krafthefer
Blessings: The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings. The inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.Sir Winston Churchill
Going for Broke: The problem with socialism is that sooner or later you run out of other people's money.Margaret Thatcher
Winning: It's really hard to win an argument when you're wrong.Dr Kool
Socialism 101: Never waste a good crisis.Hillary Rodham Clinton
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