User:Ray King

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  • Nikon D90 SLR Camera - First Nikon SLR to support video! What Nikon says: "Fusing 12.3-megapixel image quality and a cinematic 24fps D-Movie Mode, the Nikon D90 exceeds the demands of passionate photographers." Got a cool 18-200 lens with it too.

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  • Ray King (delighted) : test 21:48, 11 February 2008 (PST)

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  • Ray King (delighted) : Love to relax and hear local musicians here 11:30, 14 February 2008 (PST)

Ray King's Comments on

  • Ray King (delighted) : The "Ken's Hero" is pretty close to a perfect sandwich in my book. Pastries here are amazing too. They might want to get their own wifi, but for now, the barber shop next door's will do. 13:54, 23 February 2008 (PST)

Ray King's Comments on

  • Ray King (delighted) : She's performed at a couple of parties for us back when I lived in Manhattan and wow, she's good. 14:01, 3 March 2008 (PST)

Ray King's Comments on

  • Ray King (delighted) : The Cyprus Black Sea Salt look like little pyramids -- neat, I think it must grow that way naturally. We've been tossing it on salads and things here in the office and it tastes great -- light and with a natural flavor. 14:01, 16 August 2008 (PDT)

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  • Ray King (frustrated) : I made a reservation with them; they sent me an e-mail which totally looks like confirmation. Subject is "Itinerary # __ has been RECEIVED!" and "Total cost of this itinerary is ___". They then called me back the next day to switch me to a different hotel, citing that the hotel rooms go very quickly and I needed to jump on a different and more expensive hotel room instead. I said ok (my mistake). When I got home, my wife didn't like the new choice, so I called them back and they basically said "too bad, you didn't read the fine print". My beef is that the initial "confirmation" e-mail was totally unclear and misleading and that they should fix that and stop robbing people with this "bait and switch" play. If they don't have a hotel room for someone, they should tell them that right away as,, or other reputable companies would do, rather than sending a confusing e-mail which looks like a confirmation and then calling to convince customers to switch later. As a last note, employees, especially supervisors should be willing to give their full name or ID when asked, this would add to, rather than subtract from their credibility. 09:50, 19 August 2008 (PDT)

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  • Ray King (frustrated) : Groan, just woke up to 26 see VoiceMails on my 3G iPhone from the past 11 days which showed up all at once! I love my iPhone, but service since I got the new one has not been up to the normal excellence I have come to expect from Apple products. 09:27, 19 October 2008 (PDT)

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  • Ray King (delighted) : Like being in New York Fri Dec 19 20:14:33 UTC 2008