When a repair is needed, it means that something is broken and in need of fixing. And this probably the most things to hear when someone tells you about your radio having problems. Because great. Now we have to worry about costs and money just to make sure the damned thing works properly again. It does not matter if it was a small thing to fix. Money was still sacrificed. All because we needed a Rockford IL transmission repair.
Maybe it does not seem so bad if it was just a small thing to worry about. But the thing is, even if it WAS such a small thing, it is still going to give us problems with all the irregular transmissions and other issues it will no doubt give us when we try to even use it.
Anything broken is so annoying, especially if it was something that we use on a daily basis. Or just something that is very important. Imagine if your inhaler does not work ad you happen to be someone who has terrible asthma. Is that going to be just a minor inconvenience to you?
What if you needed it because you were having trouble breathing all of a sudden? And then it just would not work? see? You can make all the advertisement about how this is such a small inconvenience to you and that it could be solved really quickly.
You can make a lot of boastings about it going o be fixed right away. It does not change the fact that it still bothers a lot of us for it to be happening in the first place. It is the fault of no one, sure, but having to pay for it to either be replaced or be fixed is such a hassling moment.
And it will not be any easier either if the problem WAS indeed something big. But at least if it was really big, you would have been mentally and grimly prepared to spend a lot just for it. Spending money on something so small though is an entirely different matter altogether.
We could spend that money on something else rather than this tiny problem. Big problems are something we have been prepared to lose money for. But the tiny ones are just annoying. Why do they even have to happen?
And while it certainly is good that there are people out there willing to repair things on such a short notice with equally the short prices, the fact remains that these things frequently happen for our kind to start creating a job called Repair. We are such a flawed race, Jesus Christ. And it is all probably our fault too.
But nothing to do about it but to go on and adapt, we suppose. We could rant and whine all we want but it definitely is not going to do anything for us. It will just let us get some steam off but it certainly will not solve any of the problems that come, that is for sure. Let us just suck it up then.