Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Look Babe, Your Printer Arrived

Only I can't lift the box so Bug and Wiggy are keeping an eye on it for you.  Now, as long as this one doesn't vomit yellow everywhere too, you'll be good to go on the next Manor.

PS: We're out of Turkey Hill Chocolate Marshmallow.  Please stop on the ride home.  Thanks and smooch. 

PPS: All your gamer dudes out there.  Aren't you glad your wives don't know the passwords to your blogs? 

PPPS: For those that might not know.  Tim's Epson started crapping yellow ink back after about a year of owning it.  They did nothing even though this was a known Epson ink issue. 

Then on Monday I found a different contact number and called for a free replacement.  Only thing, it's a refurbished model.  I asked the girl if it was going to be the same piece of crap we have now, or if it would work.  She assured me it would work.

Now, we have to wait for Poop-a-doopers to get home and see if it really works.  They also sent free ink.  It's a good day.


18 comments:

  1. I do like the dogs on guard duty ;)

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    1. Those girls will keep all the bad guys away.

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  2. So what kind of printer did you get? I recently bough an Epson Expression Home XP-410 and am very happy with it. It goes through black ink like a mutha, but generic refills work just fine and are cheaper, too.

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    1. Two years ago he bought an Epson WorkForce - It printed fantastic but then once it started spitting yellow ink, it was worthless. They sent us the same one again. They tell me, they've fixed the yellow ink issue. Where a year ago, they wouldn't even acknowledge the flaw.

      Very cool that you can use generic ink. Love that they are cheaper. Where do you get your ink?

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    2. DiscountInkLLC via Amazon.com. Search their storefront for your ink type. My printer uses T200 or T200XL carts, and they are much cheaper than Epson's. My printer didn't even balk about these being generic (some Epson printers toss up a warning about generic ink carts voiding the warranty, but you can still print with them).

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  3. Well, I'm not married, but I must admit Ivy, you've convinced me that, if I ever do get married . . . never to give the wife my password to my blog! ROFL

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    1. Tim has mine too. Last time he did a guest post at my place, he put a naked upside down human ass on my blog, and the turkeys were stuffing the butt. It was a cooking show comic.

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  4. I hope he brings home your Turkey Hill Chocolate Marshmallow!

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  5. PPPPS: Tim, the Turkey Hill Chocolate Peanut Butter is MUCH better than the other stuf your mischievous wife likes. Plus, your guard puppies are doing an excellent job!

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    1. No way. We love the Turkey Hill Peanut Butter, too. In fact, those are our top two picks. Sometimes I mix the marshmallow and peanut butter together.

      So flippin' good.

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    2. I read your mind Suzan and I bought both of them. Why choose?

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    3. Oooo! Two buckets of Turkey Hill! Ivy better hang on to you!

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    4. At first I read bang, not hang :-)

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    5. Well, if you want to bang your husband, girl, go for it! But I think this is supposed to be a family blog. LOL

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  6. Ivy, you are awesome. And god my wife does not know my password. :-)

    I have been using generic ink cartridges I get from Amazon in my Canon for about two years now. Works perfect and cost 1/5 the Canon ones. I use ones sold by TonersDC:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aag/main?ie=UTF8&asin=&isAmazonFulfilled=0&isCBA=&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&orderID=105-2826579-6770631&seller=A1SAQ53E69849M

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