Saturday, January 29, 2011


My computer has died. Gone on into the vast cyber cosmos. It was a peaceful death--gigabyte here one minute, gone the next. It does not come as a shock, after all it was a Dell it was ready to go. Farewell you cranky thing you.
फ्रैंक, बॉब, जॉन, राल्फ, जो और पॉल: pallbearers भारत से आउटसोर्स सहायता टीम में शामिल हैं.
(Translation: Pallbearers include the outsourced De*ll Support Team from India—Frank, Bob, John, Ralph, Joe and Paul—whom I got to know quite well but didn’t understand one bit.)
It’s All Google Translator is Cool Good!
Disclaimer: This post is in no way meant to offend. I'm sure outsourced jobs are very much appreciated in any country. India just happened to be the one I dealt with.


  1. Sorry to hear this. RIP!

  2. You may have lost your computer, but you didn't lose your sense of humor!

  3. Too funny you are - sorry about the computer, though. I finally left Dell and went to HP. But I think they outsource their customer service, too. Hope I don't need them!

  4. regzards your computer, go back to your last blog garbage DISposal

  5. Brenda! What a good laugh, but I'm so sorry to hear it. My computer would say, in the words of Red Foxx in Sanford and Sons: "I'm comin' to join you." I'm just waiting for it to happen. It's vital organs are already shutting down.

    I know you didn't intend to offend, but boy do I know what you mean. I don't think verizon has any customer service reps that speak my language.

    Hope you get another soon.

  6. RIP Dell. I almost used the phrase "Geek Squad in the Sky" and realized that TALK ABOUT OFFENSIVE. Glad I didn't go in that direction with my comment :)

    In all seriousness, I'm sorry about your computer.

  7. hehe
    Oh I hear ya interpreters needed..
    but they are so kind (:)


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