This weekend was surely interesting for me. I, at first, imported all of my 900 LiveJournal entries - apparently I signed up there in 2001, wow! Well, I started going through them and after I went through the most recent 200, I determined... I was a foolish young idiot back then. All of my posts were non-nonsensical gibberish surrounding women and cars. Maybe a dozen posts were actually about video games, which I absolutely love. Also, I couldn't spell. I also used "lol" a lot. I don't use it anymore...
If you've ever heard of Space Quest, the old (but still freaking amazing) Sierra series, then you need to know two things:
So, here's the thing. I attempted to reach out to Yahoo! Customer Care regarding their Disposable Address feature. All they need to do is escalate my concerns to the appropriate person. All they need to do is add a "To:" field in the folder view. It can't be hard!
Here's my discussion with customer care after the break. Good for a laugh.
Oh, and I submitted a BBB complaint. Since, well, it's impossible to file a complaint with Yahoo!. There's no Office of the President address, there's no telephone number to call, hell the customer care rep even acknowledged that fact. Ugh. Just add the damn "To:" field so that I don't have to discard my 15 year old email account.
So I'm having a terrible time with Yahoo! Customer Support at the moment. It's fairly obvious they're just an outsourced group with cyber-scrips to choose from and can't actually solve any real problems. I would know, I work for a company that does this exact thing. It's how you remain "efficient."
It should be fairly obvious I have a new website if you've stumbled upon this post. I mean... if you're reading this, and you didn't find my site? Well, you must be a Google Bot or something non-human.
Maybe a dolphin. They're supposedly smarter than us all.