It wasn’t really Ronnie’s fault, at least not at first, that our store happened to be full of highly dysfunctional equipment. I’m pretty sure that there was never, and will never be, a time when nothing important was broken. Most of the time it just sat, but every once in a while Ronnie would try to do something about it. Here follow some of her e-mails regarding maintenance.
For anyone who doesn’t know, the canopy is the great big thing that covers the gas pumps from weather and supports the lights at night time (and during the day, too, don’t'cha know?) We had all sorts of trouble with it. Ronnie just had all sorts of trouble spelling it.
Out Side Light for Canopy needs new light bulbs.
The light for the canopy, or the light in it?
Print Thing Reseats on
pumps need fixed Grill need fix still is not tuning.
You’ll find that Ronnie always spells “receipt” as “Reseat”. Also, marvel at the absolute lack of coherency demonstrated in the phrase “Print Thing Reseats on pumps”. She really couldn’t come up with a more lucid thought than that? Then, part of the same thought is the grill, which evidently needs to be tuned. I’ve found that your average roller grill does great at a G#.
Need Cameras in here
I bet you didn’t know that you could specify a location in the middle of the word “installed”.
Need bigger hot Water Tank also this one is only a three gal one.
Back up right freezer still needs Checked out still needs checked out
still no one has got back to me when they would come out to see or fix the
Ronnie seemed to repeat phrases frequently within a sentence. I often though it was an attempt to make it a little more exciting by treating it like a freestyle rap. I don’t think she thought it out that much.
I think that all.
PS Sorry if I missed spelled anything
Yes, an actual admission that she is not a good speller. Still, more than anything it’s ironic that she couldn’t even spell “misspelled”.
The canpie light was smoking this smoking this morning so we
shut it off. I need someone to come check it before night
tirm. thank you
Here we see another instance of the rapper-style sentence structure. Also, one is forced to ask what “canpie light” is. Here’s one theory.
I Have a problem with my outside Light.
Somebody Broke it open and cut the wires on it we need some one to come
out and take care of this problem this is the second time that this has
accered. Mabey we could get a lock on it so this does not happen again. It
was working yesterday morning fine and last evening fine. The station is
Harrison City #7. There are bare wires showing so i am hopping that this
will getten taken care of emailty.
Emailty: adv. With the speed of e-mail.
If you have any question please call me at [phone number removed].
Ronnie would usually thank the opposite of you, instead of you yourself. I think it was an odd attempt at flattery, or something. To add clarity to her notation, she should have written “Thank –(you)”.