Long Distance Runaround
Kiss And Say Goodbye
Things & Stuff
Neal Boortz - Neal's Nuze
says thank you.
2006-12-20 - 11:21 a.m.
It occurs to me that I never finished up the Phone Saga.
Well, I got the new phone on Friday, took it to Verizon to have it activated...and it wouldn't activate. The insurance people sent me a second phone, which arrived yesterday. THAT one works. So now I need to go back to Verizon to have my phone book transferred to the new phone.
I'm also going to have a couple words with them about this company. Someone in QC dropped the ball, because I shouldn't have gotten that bad phone in the first place. But, being in Customer Service myself, I also know that there's not much that a store-level employee can do about decisions made further up the corporate ladder.
Maybe what I need to do is write to the president of Verizon. Anyone know his e-mail address? Maybe DaBoss@verizon.com?
Walter E. Williams, always a good read, comments here on the six imams' situation. Probably one of the sanest commentaries I've seen.
And this is one of the most ironic commentaries about the ISG.
All things to think about.
Well, within the next couple days I have stuff to mail and Verizon to deal with.
The fun continues.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Bob - 2006-12-20 17:49:59 - http://shadowgm.diaryland.com
The problem isn't 'should we use racial profiling or not' - the problem is developing a means of screening in an effective manner for terrorists/hijackers no matter the color of their skin or religious creed, and of securing the baggage & cargo handling routines. Instead, we're offering pay-to-pass systems for 'frequent fliers' that create an enormous vulnerability in airport security.
Previous - Next - Leave A Note - Random
THE LEGAL STUFF: All content on this site that was created by me is copyright 2006-2011 Dave Marron. This diary features the sole opinions and experiences of one person, namely me, the person who is paying for the space. All incoming email is subject to publication or other distribution by me in whole or in part at my sole discretion. Anything else on these pages including any comments belongs to whoever created it. In the interest of safety and accountability, no anonymous comments will ever be allowed here, ever, for any reason in the entire history of ever. The comments section is part of my paid presence on the web, and is used by my readership to supplement the things I have written here with relevent information in a polite manner. Comments that do not fall in that category are subject to deletion at my whim. Your use of my comments section constitutes the understanding of this statement. If you want to leave a comment and you're not a member of Diaryland, go here. If you are a Diaryland member, here's the login screen. News excerpts used here are for educational purposes and are permitted under the Fair Use Doctrine.