I just got another automated telemarketer call. I don’t even know what it was for; I hung up the moment it started. You can always tell when it’s an automated telemarketer call.
I mean, how bad does their product/service have to be that they’re using an automated system to make telemarketing calls? Ordinary telemarketing situations usually indicate a pretty poor product/service or they wouldn’t be telemarketing to begin with. Can’t even spare the money for a real person? Oh, you must have something really good.
Frankly, I think there should be a law that if someone robodials me like that I get to call them back personally to have this play:
By they way, story of the month voting just opened up at Bartleby Snopes (it’s at the bottom of the current stories page). You should read them all and vote for the one you like best, but it would be very cool if the one you liked best and voted for was my story “Hollidays Gone Wrong.”