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22 March 2004 @ 01:17 pm
From the front lines of customer service v. the Nif:  
Dear Sony,

Please feel free to suck my balls. No, really. I completely appreciate all of the wonderful help and concern that all of your representatives have shown me when we've spoken over the phone - nearly as much as I appreciate the sound quality of the computer I bought from you. I mean, it only crapped out on me four times in a year and a half before commiting the final act of seppuku that has brought me to your ever-so-kind customer service department today. That's good, right?

Much bitter resentment,



A brief list of other news:

1. Home = paradise. For real. It's like, eighty degrees outside and gorgeously sunny. Watch me go twirl on the sand by the water. Life is good.

2. My family = drama queens, every last one of us. It's a beautiful thing, honestly. No one else could make the eating of a chinese black pepper into a night long trauma.

3. Laurell K. Hamilton books = crack. So what if they're not terribly well written and the protaganist is The Grand High PoohBah of the Mary Sue council...it's sheer, unadulterated *crack*.

4. I miss the internet. I miss all my internetty friends. *sigh*

5. Giles is hot.

6. I heart Clark.

7. I miss having a computer. *glares at Vaio*
the opposite of batman: callum keith renniepearl_o on March 22nd, 2004 11:04 am (UTC)
*loves on you times a million*
pure FORESHADOWINGnifra_idril on March 24th, 2004 02:29 pm (UTC)
All that love for *me*? *snugs you and loves back*
Just Mevampsarecool on March 22nd, 2004 11:04 am (UTC)
*huggs* I know what you mean about crappy customer service....damn global computers. Now They Suck.
pure FORESHADOWING: futilitynifra_idril on March 24th, 2004 02:30 pm (UTC)
Oh, boy do they *ever* suck. They suck like these giant whirlpools of suck. *hates*

Just Mevampsarecool on March 24th, 2004 02:53 pm (UTC)
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pure FORESHADOWING: Bobcatitude!nifra_idril on March 24th, 2004 02:33 pm (UTC)
It was a Vaio of evil. It was a Vaio that was born bad. It broke the mold (and my heart) but I wouldn't worry abotu your own shiny computer being quite as evil as mine. I highly doubt that's even *possible*. It's just...*slips into traumatized shock before forcing self to snap out of it*.

It was truly a one of a kind type object. I don't know too many other people with Vaios, but none have had the problems I did. This may be because I'm magnetic. No, really. (I honestly believe that I must be -- watches don't work, everything electronic doesn't work...I'm a mutant.)