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Advice, Books, and Fail: Sylvia J. @justviasyl On 10/24, I had 12 days remaining on my monthly MetroCard when it read "invalid" Just 30 minutes ago, it read invalid again, and it doesn't expire until 12/6. How much more time and money do I have to waste, #MTA? Your best advice is for me to mail it in. You must be jokin 8:04 PM-12 Nov 2018 2 Likes 2 li 2 NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway-8h wReplying to @justviasyl Hi Sylvia - -we know how frustrating this can be. Unfortunately, yes, a malfunctioning Unlimited Ride MetroCard must be mailed into us for investigation. Please do so right away as the reimbursement is based on the postmark date. (12) ABD NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway 8h Replying to @justviasyl The good news is that we are working on a new fare payment system that will include contactless and mobile payment options and, we believe, will be far more reliable and efficient. See mtainfo/press-release/ for more details. (2/2) л BD a J. @justviasyl 1h Replying to @NYCTSubway 1/3: 1) Visited the MetroCard Customer Service Centre-expecting reimbursement within 2 weeks like I was told. 2) Can you please clarify whether we get a new card/money is deposited baclk into the acc. we purchased the MetroCard with? 3) Still haven't heard about 10/24's incident Sylvia J. @justviasyl 60m Replying to @NYCTSubway 2/3: and I'm supposed to consistently waste more money when these issues occur and play the waiting game. My mom also sent in a claim form on 9/23 and has received nothing. Worst service ever. Don't make promises and fail to deliver, please Syia J. @justviasyl 59m Replying to @NYCTSubway 3/3: What are the statistics like for issues like this? This happens a lot in my neighborhood and I know a lot of people who would not come forward and chase after these happenings because of the lengthy process and/or language arrier Sylia J. @justviasyl 43m Replying to @NYCTSubway Great, it really is about time for contactless and mobile payment options to be available. More time should be spent on implementing more efficient processes. justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: My friend said: “You’re such a millennial - taking the fight to social media.” Yep. That I did. I’m just livid.  I’ll stop sharing this when the MTA stops taking all my hard-earned money I could be using for tuition, stickers, books, food, and other expenses. (Oh wait, that’s never…) Reblogging one week later…nope, I still have not heard anything regarding my 10/24 incident. I WILL NOT LET THE MTA get away with any of this so easily  The MTA has been even more upsetting this week. It has been taking two hours to get to work and get home…four hours of my life being stuck on trains that constantly seem to be experiencing extensive delays. OH AND STILL NOTHING from the MTA…I WANT MY REIMBURSEMENTS. Two weeks. It has been over a month since my first incident. The funny thing is that I’ve noticed MTA workers seated by the train station stairs and guys in uniform looking over the turnstiles. Let me just flatter myself for a moment and pretend they’ve seen posts like this going around and they sense more people will try to get through without paying. I have not done that but that just gets me even more frustrated. I am NOT at all well off to be in this position right now. MTA, you are absolutely dead in my books. 
Advice, Books, and Fail: Sylvia J.
 @justviasyl
 On 10/24, I had 12 days remaining on my
 monthly MetroCard when it read "invalid"
 Just 30 minutes ago, it read invalid again, and
 it doesn't expire until 12/6. How much more
 time and money do I have to waste, #MTA?
 Your best advice is for me to mail it in. You
 must be jokin
 8:04 PM-12 Nov 2018
 2 Likes
 2
 li
 2
 NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway-8h
 wReplying to @justviasyl
 Hi Sylvia - -we know how frustrating this can be. Unfortunately, yes, a
 malfunctioning Unlimited Ride MetroCard must be mailed into us for
 investigation. Please do so right away as the reimbursement is based on the
 postmark date. (12) ABD
 NYCT Subway@NYCTSubway 8h
 Replying to @justviasyl
 The good news is that we are working on a new fare payment system that will
 include contactless and mobile payment options and, we believe, will be far more
 reliable and efficient. See mtainfo/press-release/ for more details. (2/2) л BD
 a J. @justviasyl 1h
 Replying to @NYCTSubway
 1/3: 1) Visited the MetroCard Customer Service Centre-expecting reimbursement
 within 2 weeks like I was told.
 2) Can you please clarify whether we get a new card/money is deposited baclk
 into the acc. we purchased the MetroCard with?
 3) Still haven't heard about 10/24's incident
 Sylvia J. @justviasyl 60m
 Replying to @NYCTSubway
 2/3: and I'm supposed to consistently waste more money when these issues occur
 and play the waiting game. My mom also sent in a claim form on 9/23 and has
 received nothing. Worst service ever. Don't make promises and fail to deliver,
 please
 Syia J. @justviasyl 59m
 Replying to @NYCTSubway
 3/3: What are the statistics like for issues like this? This happens a lot in my
 neighborhood and I know a lot of people who would not come forward and
 chase after these happenings because of the lengthy process and/or language
 arrier
 Sylia J. @justviasyl 43m
 Replying to @NYCTSubway
 Great, it really is about time for contactless and mobile payment options to be
 available. More time should be spent on implementing more efficient processes.
justforsmiles:

justforsmiles:

justforsmiles:

justforsmiles:
My friend said: “You’re such a millennial - taking the fight to social media.” Yep. That I did. I’m just livid. 
I’ll stop sharing this when the MTA stops taking all my hard-earned money I could be using for tuition, stickers, books, food, and other expenses. (Oh wait, that’s never…)

Reblogging one week later…nope, I still have not heard anything regarding my 10/24 incident. I WILL NOT LET THE MTA get away with any of this so easily 

The MTA has been even more upsetting this week. It has been taking two hours to get to work and get home…four hours of my life being stuck on trains that constantly seem to be experiencing extensive delays. OH AND STILL NOTHING from the MTA…I WANT MY REIMBURSEMENTS. Two weeks. It has been over a month since my first incident. The funny thing is that I’ve noticed MTA workers seated by the train station stairs and guys in uniform looking over the turnstiles. Let me just flatter myself for a moment and pretend they’ve seen posts like this going around and they sense more people will try to get through without paying. I have not done that but that just gets me even more frustrated. I am NOT at all well off to be in this position right now. MTA, you are absolutely dead in my books. 

justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: justforsmiles: My friend said: “You’re such a millennial - taking the fight to social media....

Children, Food, and Grandma: theinturnetexplorer Lauren Dobson-Hughes ldobsonhughes Amazing overheard at Whole Foods. "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES laser-free diet. floatingwithobriern y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," "you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift" and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" "jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Source: theinturnetexplorer Gerb
Children, Food, and Grandma: theinturnetexplorer
 Lauren Dobson-Hughes
 ldobsonhughes
 Amazing overheard at Whole Foods.
 "Um, I need to read the numbers on
 the barcode aloud to you. I don't want
 any lasers touching my food
 8/7/15, 11:24 AM
 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES
 laser-free diet.
 floatingwithobriern
 y'all need to hear about gerb.
 gerb was my high school physics
 teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.)
 when we were learning about radiation
 and whatnot, and we touched on
 radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell
 us a story
 when gerb was in high school, he
 worked in a supermarket. a cashier.
 there was this one little old lady, mrs
 cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs.
 cassopolis firmly believed that the
 lasers used to scan her food items
 would give her radiation poisoning. they
 tried to explain that's not a thing. but
 old cass wouldn't hear a word of it.
 the employees had to punch in every
 last. grocery. item. MANUALLY.
 and this woman would buy cartfulls of
 food every week, like any good
 grandma trying to feed her five children
 and eighteen grandchildren every time
 they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty
 soon, the employees figured out a
 strategy to get her on her way and get
 on with their lives
 one or more employees would distract
 old cass while the cashier would scan
 all the items he could as fast as
 humanly possible while she wasn't
 paying attention.
 now this supermarket had a rewards
 program for its most efficient workers.
 the computer would track how quickly
 the cashiers scanned items, and how
 many total they scanned in one day,
 that kind of thing. so one day, gerb's
 boss came to him and said "uh,"
 "you scanned three hundred items in
 six minutes last Tuesday during your
 shift"
 and gerb says "i recall"
 "that's about four times faster than
 anything i've ever seen"
 and gerb says "yea ok"
 "jeremy what happened?"
 and gerb says
 "i had to save a little old woman from
 placebo radiation"
 Source: theinturnetexplorer
Gerb

Gerb

Beer, Life, and Parents: HOW TO Hppy Successful Cooperative CHILD O Disciplining Child's Happiness WHILE DISCIPLINING LESS in 5 simple steps START WHERE THEY STUMP YOU There's a (hidden message in your child's behavior 2 IDENTIFY YOUR CHILD'S TRUE NATURE TYPE 3 TYPE 4 The THE Fun-lovingSensitice Determined MORE SERIOUS Child Child CHILD O THE WORL social TO THE WORLD O THE WORLD bouncy and subtle and active and and exact PRIMARY NEED PRIMARY NEED MARY NEED have fun, happy parents feelings heard, new expenences respect, given and received ESCROED A efficient, analytical, DSCRBED AS gentle, tender mindful DESCRBED AS friendly, bright, light-hearted UDGED AS flighty, hyperactive, busy, persistent UDGED AS UDGED AS JUDGED AS shy, wimpy pushy, demanding loud INTERPRET THE TANTRUM (or fight or rebellion Your child is telling you something, even if they don't know how to say it. Ask vourself... TYPE TYPE 2 TYPE 3 TYPE 4 Does my child Does my child feel unheard need to feel or physical outlets?more respected? Has my child had too much Have my child's plans beer Has my child been told "No Does my child need some time to too often lately?reflect and focus? Is something in my child's life too serious? Is something in my child's life too intense? my child's life my child's life Time to make some changes... 4 BE INTUITIVE, NOT REACTIVE TYPE TYPE 2 TYPE 3 TYPE 4 Surprise your child. Reassure your child. Facilitate friendship.Give time to relax. Have fun with them. Encourage your child.Respect their authority Let them move fast. Connect with them Allow adventre. Focus when listening 5 ENJOY THE JOY! you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid
Beer, Life, and Parents: HOW TO Hppy
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 need to feel
 or
 physical outlets?more respected?
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 plans beer
 Has my child
 been told "No
 Does my child
 need some time to
 too often lately?reflect and focus?
 Is something in
 my child's life
 too serious?
 Is something in
 my child's life
 too intense?
 my child's life
 my child's life
 Time to make some changes...
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 BE INTUITIVE, NOT REACTIVE
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 Surprise your child. Reassure your child.
 Facilitate friendship.Give time to relax.
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 Let them move fast.
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 you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com
srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid

srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid

Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes @ldobsonhughes Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food." 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES floatingwithobrien theinturnetexplorer: laser-free diet all need to hear about gerb gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Some people dont want superpowers, I guess
Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes
 @ldobsonhughes
 Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods
 "Um, I need to read the numbers on
 the barcode aloud to you. I don't want
 any lasers touching my food."
 8/7/15, 11:24 AM
 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES
 floatingwithobrien
 theinturnetexplorer:
 laser-free diet
 all need to hear about gerb
 gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.)
 when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched
 on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story
 when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier
 there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular
 mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food
 items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's
 not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it.
 the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY
 and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good
 grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren
 every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees
 figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives
 one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would
 scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't
 paying attention.
 now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient
 workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned
 items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing
 so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh,"
 you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during
 your shift
 and gerb says "i recall"
 "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen"
 and gerb says "yea ok"
 jeremy what happened?"
 and gerb says
 "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation"
Some people dont want superpowers, I guess

Some people dont want superpowers, I guess