You always praise station 69 and station 23 of LAFD and their heroes. But how about giving credit to station 19 once in a while? We are a part of your community, how about showing us some support too?
On June 26, I purchased an outdoor BBQ from Home Depot online. When I ordered, I saw an extra charge on the bill that said “assembly” for $99 which surprised me but I paid it. I got an email that it would be delivered – but they never showed up, not even a call. Customer service said it would be shipped the next week, I got two or three emails that it was on the way. Except it never showed up. After a third time, I canceled the order, got refunded for the assembly fee and a service charge, but not the BBQ. The next day, it showed up on my doorstep, unassembled. This is a company that prides itself on customer service, but they are horrible.
To the owner of the dog who urinated on my granddaughter’s shoes, my daughter’s cell phone and finally her purse while running around off leash at Palisades Park, Shame On You. You spent more time yelling at my daughter about how she didn’t know the “rules” and not a single word of apology. A picnic in the park shouldn’t have to end that way.
Interesting to get an email from Palisades Village that they would be here and open for us all summer long – weird assumption to make, given that everything seems to keep changing every day.
Something I’ve noticed while walking around the Palisades is that there are still a lot of people walking around outside without masks, or wearing masks so that they don’t cover both the mouth and nose. To those of you that do this: I encourage you to PLEASE wear a mask (and wear it properly)! It may seem like an inconvenience, or it may seem like this isn’t needed, but the virus is still spreading at rapid rates, and even if you yourself aren’t afraid of getting sick, still wear a mask so that you can keep others from potentially getting sick. Also, masks are REQUIRED to be worn outside anyways. They are both easy to acquire and easy to make, so there is no reason why you shouldn’t be wearing one.
With establishments closing again, I hope we can all take the time to reflect and realize this is serious. We should all be taking the necessary precautions to keep ourselves and those around us safe.
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