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Sponsored Post: Have your car serviced at Falleti Motors today

By Lisa Ace
Jan 24, 2018, 6:00pm

Falleti Motors has been serving Genesee County customers since 1976. We put our customers first and our online reviews prove it!

Have you considered Falleti Motors service department for your automotive repair/maintenance needs? Our service department repairs all makes and models.

We provide a wide range of services including oil changes, tire rotations, brake repair, tires, NYS inspections, tune ups, exhaust repair, check engine light repair and more!

We provide friendly service. We value your time and business. We will take the extra time to explain a repair until you are comfortable. If we recommend a repair or service we will always be more than happy to physically show you the part that is being replaced (upon request) and explain the reasoning of why it should be replaced.

Our prices are very competitive. We take pride on providing excellent quality repairs at an affordable rate. If you bring us a quote from another repair shop, we will beat that quote. We offer all brands of tires. We are proud to offer the lowest tire prices available. On top of offering the lowest tire prices available, we will provide free tire rotations for the life of the tires.

Pick up and drop off service is available (must schedule in advance). We can pick your vehicle up from home, work, school etc. and service the vehicle. After completion we can return the vehicle to you. There is no charge for this service.

We work with all extended warranty companies. To schedule service please call today (585) 343-2222.

Conversations with Calliope- Power or Service

By Joseph Langen
Jun 10, 2009, 8:48am



(Troubled Seas)

JOE: Good morning Calliope.
CALLIOPE: Good morning Joe. How are Dreamweaver and your website coming along?
JOE: I'm making progress and will let you know when it's finished.
CALLIOPE: Sounds like you have something else on your mind this morning.
JOE: I do. Reading the paper earlier about all the posturing and infighting in Washington and Albany, I recalled the saying, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely."
CALLIOPE: I remember the saying. What was the context?
JOE: I wondered that myself. It turns out that John Acton said it in response to Pope Pius IX promulgating the dogma of papal infallibility.
CALLIOPE: I didn't realize that.
JOE: Neither did I. But it fit right in with my thoughts about our legislatures.
JOE: They were elected to serve their constituents but now the New York State and Federal legislators both appear too busy with their power struggles to get anything done for the public benefit.
CALLIOPE: That's a pessimistic conclusion for you to express.
JOE: I agree. I try to see the positive in any situation, but I'm still looking in this case.
CALLIOPE: Do you suppose it's another of life's mysteries?
JOE: I suppose so. But somehow I have trouble letting it go at that. Talk with you tomorrow.




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