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Tag Archives: frustration
Thank you, Flickr, for nothing. Just when I thought my photographic career (such as it is) was about to take off, you made it impossible for me to post any photos to your site. No FlickerFriday, no daily photos. … Continue reading
Originally posted on nickclaussen.com:
After two weeks without posting anything, I would like to take some responsibility and offer an explanation. It’s not my fault. Thank you. I felt I needed to get that off of my chest. I…
I’ve learned to pump my own gas. I’ve accepted those automated phone systems which replaced real, live customer service people. I’ve finally (mostly) gotten over the anger I felt when the Verizon representative told me to go outside and check … Continue reading