Dear Abby (by Abby, I mean Polo Companies),
I’m a cynic. I try and say that I’m a realist, but the reality is that I work in engineering, and I’m constantly fixing things that are broken and shouldn’t be. So I’m easily frustrated with things that in my mind should just function correctly. You can criticize me for this if you want, but not being satisfied is how progression happens. So if you’re of the ‘happy go lucky, everything is fine’ archetype, skip to an article about how polo makes you smile and lowers blood pressure.
But if you’re a company that creates equipment for polo, please read this. I’ll narrow it down. Do you make mallets, or shafts, or mounting systems? Ok. Then YOU, read on.
After all, I’m a consumer, so I’m always right, right?
This is what I’m begging of you guys. You need to Skype, or GChat, or chatroulette or something, because currently, it’s obvious that you’re not doing that – you’re not communicating with eachother at all. And the products are showing exactly why I think that sucks.
I’ve had many a passionate discussion about what mounting system is the best when used with XXXX head or XXXX shaft. Then, a week later, I’m into a different system. I love new things. But there are a few around me who don’t give a damn about new things, and find the old standard wood screw works best for them. Here’s the kick in the grundle…I can’t come up with a good argument to refute them. Read more