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Re: AZROC - Not My Favorite Agency
On 6/14/2015 5:33 PM, Jim wrote:
> On Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 1:05:41 AM UTC-4, RTS wrote:
>> "Jim" wrote in message
>> On Friday, June 5, 2015 at 6:05:04 PM UTC-4, Bob La Londe wrote:
>>> Well, as you recall I posted about all the complicated license changes
>>> in Arizona a while back. Well, my licenses renew the end of the month and
>>> its time to deal with that headache. I have a commercial and a
>>> license. Well technically I have two combination residential AND
>>> licenses now for the exact same thing. First I have to send in a separate
>>> form to cancel one of my licenses. I can't just send in both forms with
>>> cancel scrawled across one. If I did that they would cancel my license in
>>> bad standing, and then cancel my other license because I have a canceled
>>> license. I'm not kidding. I was told that almost verbatim.
>>> You would think that would save me some money though. On paper it looks
>>> like it would, but it doesn't really. They increased the bond amount for
>>> residential, and because it's a combination license they combine the bond
>>> amounts for both commercial and residential. It makes for a HUGE increase
>>> in bond amounts. As a result my fee for bond insurance costs more now for
>>> one year for one license than it did for both license bonds previously for
>>> three years.
>>> Of course I still have to pay the mandated by law bribe to the AZROC's
>>> and bowling fund... er I mean contribution to the contractor recovery
>>> In over 20 years I have never had a license complaint, and only two BBB
>>> complaints (both from people who in their own words (I read their
>>> complaints) just didn't want to pay what they owed), and still have to pay
>>> that F_____G bribe every time I renew my licenses. That's just not right.
>>> Sorry guys. I just had to vent for a minute.
>>> You know my tax license that I never had to renew? That one shining
>>> in the darkness. Starting this year I have to pay a fee to renew it every
>>> year. It's the freaking license that allows me to collect sales taxes so
>>> can pay them to the state or they will throw my ass in jail. I have to
>>> for the priviledge of paying them.
>>> Arizona is starting to feel more and more like Kalfornicastan.
>>> Bob La Londe
>>> The Security Consultant
>> Jeeeze I don't know if I could deal with that.
>> I've said it here before but that's the reason I don't do commercial fire
>> anymore. It's not worth the aggravation in dealing with assholes and all the
>> wasted time devoted to paperwork and jumping through frivolous imaginary
>> Faced with people who are intentionally obnoxious disagreeable and play
>> ignorant I tend to not be a nice person. I'm afraid that I'd tell them all
>> to F..k off and then the logo on my company letter head would be a head shot
>> of me holding a number under my chin.
>> Jim do like the rest of us old timers,
>> "learn a few choice words in a really foreign language" and spew them as
>> the events may dictate ... LOL
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> How about this old Greek saying.
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> which says: May the Gods pull your pubic hairs one by one with a hot fork.
LOL If only it could be verbalized off the lips............ :-)
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