Take That, Comcast!

This won’t make any sense if you haven’t read the previous post.

Go read that and come back.

Ready…here goes:

 

Take that, Comcast.

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11 responses to “Take That, Comcast!

  1. Did you send this to them? 🙂

  2. it’s almost worth a trip in person… much less satisfaction if you mail it to them. grrrr.

  3. little sister

    Ok…I am sorry! You are very high tech.

  4. Victory! Oh, sweet victory. It’s especially sweet that it comes at the expense of an evil entity like Comcast. Those pirate whores.

  5. Julie Fisher

    “Ma’am, I think we’ve discovered why your particular TV is acting this way. We have found that you have recently burned your grass, you have a lizard and cat problem on your property, and you haven’t ordered fries with your morning beverage at Sonic. . .EVER! Don’t worry, however, we have checked, and your radio is functioning quite well in your area.”

  6. niece whit

    OMG I didn’t think this existed! TODAY is a great day! lol

  7. So you are giving Comcast customer service the url to your blog in order to provide the proof? Ingenious way to up your hits!

  8. You are living in an alternate universe where the order of things require you to have Bravo in place of HBO, that way you can see those leathery old housewives in HD and report to the rest of us…duh!!

  9. kleverkira

    I just love that you’re trying to watch Real Housewives of NYC.

  10. ComcastMark

    Hmmm… That’s strange. I work for Comcast and I will be happy to check with my local colleagues about this. Please contact me and provide the phone number associated with your account so that we can look into this. Also, please add a link to this page.

    Sorry for the trouble.

    Mark Casem
    Comcast Corp.
    National Customer Operations
    We_can_help@comcast.com

  11. And yet, Franklin keeps renewing Comcast’s franchise agreement with little more than a wimper.

    There should be a performance penalty that reduces our costs

    And why should it cost $150 to watch T.V.? I thought technology was supposed to make things cheaper?

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