Hmm, this is a tough one because he gets points for creativity. It's not just a cardboard sign on wire spokes -- there's a pretty nice frame there.But then the information is handwritten with a Sharpie. That removes points.No. I'm not takin' my computer to Mr. Fix-It. I might take my lawnmower to him, but not my computer.
Oh, the irony...! That's too funny!
LOL!!! I mean I just have to give him credit for the frame. Though I do have one question. Since he does work on computers, wouldnt you think he had a printer. I mean come on. Make yourself a lil more marketable with at least a computer printed sign to go inside the frame. LOL! Now, would I go to him either way? HECK NO!
I guess you have to get started some kind of way. I really do like the frames but I think I'd have to have him work on mine at my house just to make sure he isn't running off with it.
A little strange! I'm thinkin' no!
Wow...he's creative...but ah no....He would have done better to have had the sign typed/printed up then put it in the frame....Well, gotta give him some points for trying...
Hey La'Tonya,So the frames are kinda cute, you know a nice personal touch but I wouldn't trust this character to work on any computer of mine. The whole handwritten advertisement makes me think he's not so tech savvy (come on he can't afford a printer) but I could be judging a book by it's cover, or in this case frame.
hahahahahha. that's awesome.
no way in the world. for all that he could have posted an add in the local paper or left his business cards all over town...stay away from him and his picture frames
I saw this around town but I thought my eyes were deceiving me! Luckily enough I have computer experience to fix my own!
Go ahead make my day... comment