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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

How To Deal With Cable Customer Service: A Profane Canuck Classic

Even the YouTube screen’s covered with profanity, so you’ll have to go below the fold for it. From Boing Boing’s description: “Via @kellyoxford’s tumblr, this profanity-laden rant from an extremely unhappy Canadian cable subscriber went viral via cassette tape and entertained junior-high-schoolers for years. Warning: LOTS of swearing.” Writes the uploader: “Recorded profanity-laced complaints of a frustrated cable TV customer in Canada to customer service, set to the music from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. The recording is real. The guy in the clip has a talent for combining filthy swear words into whole sentences. We’ve all been there, frustrated for being neglected by customer service of a telecom or cable company, but this guy takes it to a different level. The ending is priceless.” [Via Boing Boing.]


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