Funny Facebook Conversations

5 08 2012

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Atlantic City Electric just sent me a bill for $580.57 for the month of July. Is it just me or wasn’t the power out for half of the f***ing month?
  • Cheryl Netkin Venezia That is C crazy
  • Michael DeLuca Has to be a mistake. It was double the bill for June and power was out for half the month. If for some reason it isn’t a mistake it’s time to start looking into solar energy or some other alternative.
  • Declan Daly I had same thing in past. Sometimes power companies alternate months doing estimated vs actual. You probably got billed estimated this month in which case most of that will go to a credit. Next month when billed for actual it will be next to nothing. That being said, your face is a July.
  • Michael DeLuca So what you’re saying is that I should not call and verbally assault the the poor soul who answers the phone for the electric company?
  • Declan Daly I would make sure you got billed for estimated and not actual, which I bet is the case. Then I would verbally abuse them just for the sport of it. I find it to be very therapeutic. I will often pick a fight with my server at the Olive Garden for some conjured up reason just to relieve stress. It’s way cheaper than a deep tissue massage and can sometimes get a free meal out of it.
  • Michael DeLuca OK good, so we’re on the same page. I’m going to try hitting the gym first but if that doesn’t get out all of my current stress and anxiety, I’m coming home and ripping a customer service rep a new one.
  • Declan Daly Do it anyway. I just got off the phone after ripping the cablevision customer rep a new one. She started crying and talked about how she doesn’t deserve this, has three kids blah blah blah. I have DirectTV and don’t even have cable. I just needed a release. I feel like a million bucks now.
  • Michael DeLuca I know, it’s always about them.