downstairs: Meh. Good idea, bad execution.
rbcp: The first Twitter video is a better IMO. Instead of just asking for apologies, we rip up a lady's mail at her and we get threatened by a pretend lawyer.
jst3p: rbcp: The first Twitter video is a better IMO. Instead of just asking for apologies, we rip up a lady's mail at her and we get threatened by a pretend lawyer.Solid premise, with better writers and ideas you could really have something here.
Blowmonkey: I don't know. I understand some of the "consumerist" style complaining deserves this sort of thing. I only listened to the first two, but they were legitimate complaints - the guy making the calls just seems like he's being a dick for no reason. Which is a magnitude worse than the people tweeting about a bad customer experience.
rbcp: This is such a bonus for me, pissing off Twitter users and then pissing off everyone here!
mrbach: This was very enjoyable. Twitter users.......no one cares what you tweet. LOL!
starsrift: rbcp: This is such a bonus for me, pissing off Twitter users and then pissing off everyone here!I'm not sure I see the value in further antagonizing screwed over users of utilities, but, whatever floats your boat.You may want to take the vids down, though, as impersonating a business enables them to file a tort against you for "passing off".
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