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Dissatisfied With Service Check 15

The memo sums it up.


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  • So... (Score:3, Funny)

    by clone53421 ( 1310749 ) on Monday March 16, 2009 @03:41PM (#27215331) Journal

    He paid them $536.49?

    • by dln385 ( 1451209 )
      No, he paid them .2 cents.

      e^(pi*i) = -1
      1/2+1/4+1/8+1/16+... = 1
      • $0.002 != 2 cents
      • of course, the i would have to look like a 2 in the tiny little scaled version of the picture. so I end up looking stupid.

        oh well.

        I thought e^2pi was kind of large...

        hmm, my RPN javascript calculator, which I wrote, says the answer is 0.002 + 1.2246063538223773e-16i. close enough for me, I guess. it's javascript, after all.

    • He paid them 0.2 cents, though I can't figure out why he didn't just give his 2 cents on the matter. Just my 2 cents
  • This guy is from Newport News? Less than 30 miles away from me.

    I can affirm that I first had trouble with Verizon, when I found that 7-11s had payphones that used Verizon, which in turn blocked the 7-11 calling cards.

    But what really got me was when I moved, and signed up for Verizon service -- with some misgivings.

    They charged a $99 connect fee. After 4 days with no service, I called back. They said "well, our records show that you are connected. But for another $120 we'll send someone out to make sure

    • by v1 ( 525388 )

      I agreed, as part of getting rid of them

      Sounds like you'd have a very strong leg to stand on, being charged for a service never provided? $99 buys at least a few hours of my yelling on a phone.

      • You don't understand. If I pay the $99, I pay the $99. If I don't pay the $99, then Verizon sells my "account" to a debt collector (or several, repeatedly), harrasses me, ruins my credit, and so on.

        I say this on the accounts of others, such as the one who posted the $.002 +1 -1 photo.

        In other words, Verizon appears to me to be a legally criminally minded organization (that is, the company violates thou shalt not steal through means that are barely legal, but designed to be illegal) that very much should b

  • If I were gay, I would hump Randall Patrick Monroe. That is some funny shit.

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