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September 25, 2009

CONSUMER OF THE WEEK SO FAR

(Thanks to Bob Harris)

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You can sue for poor customer service? Because if you can I'm going to be retiring early.

And his lawyers will take 1,783 billion, trillion.

I'm gonna file the same suit, get 'em good and scared, and then offer to settle for 10 cents on the dollar.

De minimis non curat lex.

"The law takes no notice of trifles."

How much money would you get if they settled padraig?

He's lucky that he got a customer service representative from this planet. Most of them seem to speaking from another galaxy, far, far away.

Suing Customer Service? They must mean rupees instead of dollars. 1,784 billion, trillion rupees = about $64.82

I've dealt with BofA. He deserves that and more!

cindy, 10% of 1,784 billion, trillion dollars is still roughly 18 quadrillion gazillion dollars, give or take a buck two-eighty. That's the answer I got from the calculator on my cell phone, anyway.

BTW, I forgot to end my evil plot description with the mandatory BWAAAH-HAH-HAH-HAH-HAAHHHHHH!

For just an additional $100 he will qualify for a free MP3 player, or the toaster.

Sounds good padraig. That would help with the brain surgery I'm going to need since my head exploded trying to think of all those numbers.

1,784 billion-trillion dollars is a good start on a fine for the banking industry.

Dr. Evil has a better offer.

I've gotta say, this guy drew the wrong judge. Denny Chin takes no crap.

Hey, that guy owes me money, alot.

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