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zeds

Bad Things That Make Us Upset

Sky not being able to show the Madrid derby an hour after I upgraded my package :-(
Mezz

How come they aren't showing the Madrid derby? I was quite looking forward to see the Royals and their new band of mercenaries being turned over...
Mezz

BTTMUU:

John Barnes doing co-commentary on C5's Football Italiano.

Nooooo!! :-x
Guest

He is a blundering idiot.
zeds

Mezz wrote:
How come they aren't showing the Madrid derby? I was quite looking forward to see the Royals and their new band of mercenaries being turned over...


something to do with media contracts the Barca game wasn't shown anwhere outside spain either :-x
Guest

Antonio Puerta :-(

http://football.guardian.co.uk/News_Story/0,,2156667,00.html

Getting more and more heart related conditions creeping up in football..
Giovanni Lavafiume

Bad Rules

Not sure I'm happy with the no grooming rule on this forum. Not much point in registering.
Guest

Newcastle fans' shocking racially inspired abuse of Mido yesterday, which I have only seen reported by The Guardian... Yet if the self proclaimed Best Fans in the World had gone to Eastern Europe and the same happened, they and the media would be in uproar with choruses of 'THROW THE UNCIVILIZED ANIMALS OUT,' etc. Guess Sky Sports, BBC, et al don't want to upset the modern day utopia that is The Premiership though
verno

Re: Bad Rules

Giovanni Lavafiume wrote:
Not sure I'm happy with the no grooming rule on this forum. Not much point in registering.

Myles has got a bloody cheek. I'll brush my hair whenever I damn well feel like it.
Mezz



Glad you're here, V!

verno

I'm so sorry. So rubbish I didn't even bother with my coat !

Feelings mutual by the way
blackandblue

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/europe/6964586.stm

Only 22 :-( . Terrible.
Mezz

That's absolutely shocking.

I read about his collapse on Saturday but never expected this to happen.

RIP Puerta :-(
Guest

Absolutely horrible news. I hope Friday's Super Cup game is treated as a memorial to him. RIP.
Dave

More 'Bad Boys' than something making me unhappy - but it'll make Stan Lazaridis upset, so here it is: not only is he thinning on top, but he's been banned for failing a drugs test since the hair resotrer he's using is on the list of banned substances...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/6965683.stm
Liam

2 things. Firstly Leicester City defender Clive Clarke collapsed last night at half time against Nottingham Forest and reportedly suffered two heart failures. He's improving though according to sources at the club which is good news. I just hope he can play football again.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/league_cup/6968099.stm

Secondly Martin Allen has just been sacked, which is an extremely poor decision. Milan Mandaric's takeover was the best thing for Leicester City, but sacking Allen just 4 full games into the season is ridiculous, especially after a 4-1 win on Saturday. I just hope Mandaric employs a proper manager as a replacement, and not Glenn Roeder or Neil Warnock.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/f...eams/l/leicester_city/6969388.stm
verno

BTTMUU: Me. I've been such a pig today.
Mezz

I bet this isn't the first time you've been so close to a 'member' either, V.

Fnarr! :orcass:
verno

I'm next to a cock right now though.
Guest

Filth :-P
Mezz

I know, it's f**king wicked, ain't it!?
Liam

Arriva's bizarre decision to get rid of return tickets, which means I have to buy 2 singles instead now for a return journey. Yet another thing to add to the list of reasons to dislike their "service".
Juvefans

I see Arriva have failed to improve from the last time I used their services then!
They seem to be following in the footsteps of some bus companies which only offer single tickets now.
Giovanni Lavafiume

So glad I learnt to drive 5 years ago.
Guest

Watching Hells Kitchen and seeing Jim Davidsons personal attack on Brian, and then my cousin laughing it off and think it is funny.

Jim + my cousin = s

Thankfully he f*cked off back to Dubai as soon as he was chucked off the programme.
Dave

Am I correct in thinking this was a case of idiot 'comedian' says something non-PC to half-witted non-entity? Only saw a photo in a newspaper and overheard someone muttering something about Davidson and the raising of shirts so have put 2+2 together, but may have made five.

Is this Brian - I assume the drippy looking character who appears to have been dropped on his head at birth who I saw in the photo is Brian - meant to be some sort of celeb? What of note has he done? (If the answer is appearing on Big Brother or similar reality TV show, I may have to break the habit of a lifetime and sympathise with Jim Davidson for a nanosecond).
Guest

He won big brother in 2001, then had (well has) a career presenting.
Guest

Prior to that he lifted shirts as a Ryanair trolley dolley.
Giovanni Lavafiume

Yes. He once served me up the gangway.
Guest

BTTMUQU:
Burning your tongue, it makes everything taste quite 'grey' if that makes any sense!
Dave

If you have synaesthesia, it makes perfect sense...
zeds

BTTMUQU:

33 year old former Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Angelo Pagotto has been handed an eight-year ban from football for testing positive for cocaine for the second time in his career.
I find this ban non-sensical. Taking cocaine will in anything impede his game and to virtually end his career for being a druggy makes no sense.
verno

I got stung by a wasp.
Curva Fiesole

verno wrote:
I got stung by a wasp.


Poor wasp - has it been to see a vet or is it too late?
Myles

Nasty!
Dave

Is there any truth in the rumour that the wasp is an Inter fan?
verno

It seemed perfectly happy after I chucked it in the toilet. Draw your own conclusions.
zeds

BTTMUQU:

Gady Carmeli, an assistant coach at an Israeli club and a friend and adviser to Grant, wrote: "What the anti-semitic referee did [at Old Trafford] yesterday was worse than injustice. Everybody agrees, Chelsea played its best half an hour of football this season at the start of the game. Avram was at his best preparing the tactics but no British pundit could understand it."

What the f****
Guest

I hardly think Mike Dean has an anti-Semitic agenda. But I think the other comments about Grant seem fair. The media's treatment of him has been nigh on f**king disgraceful this past week. Even Sky TV were being personal about his mannerisms. The man deserves a chance before being ridiculed.

I'm not a Chelsea fan but I hope Avram Grant has every success as manager. Then he can stick two fingers up at all the Man U-loving press.
zeds

I was just thinking Dean might have a case to sue this idiot, because that's some serious allegation there.
I do agree with you on Avram though Brace, it seems the press are out to get him.
blackandblue

I don't think they're out to get Grant, per se. I reckon it's just getting at Chelsea through him. Like United trying to put a block on him as a coach. Even though they have a point it will always appear that they are trying to unsettle one of their main rivals.

And I think it's also more a case of the media liking the Special One than hating Grant. He was 'good for the game'. Unless he's slagging off the Ambulance Service, other players, managers, officials, etc.
Giovanni Lavafiume

Everybody knows that Mike Dean is a Holocaust denier. I mean have you ever heard him acknowledge the Shoah on Match of the Day? Well there you are!
Dave

Dean would have very strong grounds for pursuing a libel action, and it would be appropriate for the FA to get UEFA to 'seek clarification' from the Israeli FA (i.e. invite them to tell Carmeli to shut up) as to what, exactly, Carmeli meant with his reference to anti-semitism. Given the sensitivity of accusations of anti-semitisim in Israel, he's almost certainly brought the game into disrepute.

What next? Alleging that Steve Bennett has family links with the Waffen SS should he award a penalty against Chelsea?

I quite agree with the other comments about Sky (in particular) having a sad on about the fact that Mourinho isn't around to entertain them with his remarks after matches.
Mezz

I thought Schindler's List was a load of old bollocks.

Does that make me anti-semitic?
Dave

No, just an astute film critic.
Guest

Royal Mail strike.

Rightly aggrieved or selfish/lazy bastards?
Guest

Sorry, the subject of the question is the CWU, not Crozier and his mates.
Dave

The useless fatherless lot in my area are spectacularly inept almost to the point that I can't tell the difference between them being at work and on strike.

Registered post - don't bother bringing the item, rather, they push a card sending you round to the depot through the letter box, rather than have to bother ringing the bell, signing the form, etc, etc. Done this at least five times - on one occasion when I saw the postman through the front window and he saw me...

Mrs Dave's car documents - sent, but missing without a trace
Mrs Dave's car insurance - sent, but missing without a trace
House insurance - sent, but missing without a trace.

They're absolutely, er... I think the phrase I require rhymes with 'ducking wit', and I couldn't care less whether they end up living in cardboard boxes (which they can at least line with all the mail they've not bothered to deliver). In fact, I find myself in the position of being slightly pro-Adam Crozier in this one, which is akin to Vladimir Putin saying 'Y'know, that Litvinenko chap isn't so bad after all'.
Guest

It's my birthday thursday - I'm not going to get any cards!

I don't know a lot about this strike really - I reckon it's quite significant though and support it in a way. I think it's quite a worrying thing in this country that so many manufacturing jobs (and jobs like working at the post office) are being lost for whatever reason, most notably because they can be done cheaper abroad.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7025413.stm

In my home town the chocolate factory has announced it is closing soon-ish - that's a lot of jobs in the local area gone over night (500 it says) - I know a lot of people will get other jobs but there'll be a lot that don't too - like older folk who haven't earn enough to retire but don't stand much chance of getting another job now.

Besides at Cadburys they've all worked there about a dozen generations - they're a bit like a seperate race in K-Town - they could never adopt to doing anything not to do with chocolate. This country has an ever widening income inequality gap, I don't really see the logic (moral or economic) of taking away so many jobs that are accessible to poorer, less qualified people.

I think the income inequality will widen further and really the state and society will pay in the end cos it has the crappy dependent half of the country to pay for! I think every effort should be made to keep jobs in this country because I don't really want to see it go down the toilet for generations because the people who run the place are CEO type gimps (evil capatalists, in other words) who implemented wave after wave of profit maximising exercises under the guise of "cost cutting exercises".

(I wish they'd deliver my birthday stuff though)

If you are ever near the Cadbury factory btw stop by the shop and you can buy loads of cheap chocolate - it's all fine it's just a bit wonky or they made a batch of Picnics but forgot to put the peanuts in - it's a bit random. One of the Wurzels drinks in the social club there too - I worked in the skittle alley one summer and used to see him drinking up his cider, what a ledge
Guest

Dave wrote:
The useless fatherless lot in my area are spectacularly inept almost to the point that I can't tell the difference between them being at work and on strike.

Registered post - don't bother bringing the item, rather, they push a card sending you round to the depot through the letter box, rather than have to bother ringing the bell, signing the form, etc, etc. Done this at least five times - on one occasion when I saw the postman through the front window and he saw me...

Mrs Dave's car documents - sent, but missing without a trace
Mrs Dave's car insurance - sent, but missing without a trace
House insurance - sent, but missing without a trace.

They're absolutely, er... I think the phrase I require rhymes with 'ducking wit', and I couldn't care less whether they end up living in cardboard boxes (which they can at least line with all the mail they've not bothered to deliver). In fact, I find myself in the position of being slightly pro-Adam Crozier in this one, which is akin to Vladimir Putin saying 'Y'know, that Litvinenko chap isn't so bad after all'.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7037052.stm

Royal Mail worker David Wall, a postman with the Walton office in Liverpool, said hundreds of postal workers had gone back to the picket lines to protest against the changes to flexible working hours.

These included the end of the freedom to leave early once staff have finished their round.

Mr Wall argued this loss of flexibility, and not pay, was the reason why he was on strike and said that he believed that was the case for most of his Royal Mail colleagues.


I'm sorry, but I work the hours for which I am paid. I don't decide to bugger off home when I've had enough for the day. My initial thoughts were that the pension/pay related changes formed the basis of the strike. But when all it amounts to is a lazy-arse bastard workforce, I'd rather they give jobs to johnny foreigner who'll at least put in a long, hard-working shift.
zeds

It's stuff like this that makes me think we're crying out for a proper Conservatives' government. We live in an overly softie apologetic society.
Giovanni Lavafiume

I'm sure the senior management and company executives lead by example in this matter.
verno

Shaker Beads wrote:
It's my birthday thursday - I'm not going to get any cards!

My sympathies. I experienced that during the summer strikes.
The postie knocked on the door this afternoon and in the 30 seconds it took me to get to the door he was already writing out one of those "collect it your bloody self" notices. Grr.
I might feel sympathetic if this was about dodgy pay but it isn't. They want carte blanche to keep on with all their various fiddles. I used to be mates with a couple of posties and they did everything they could to work the system.
They will be sorry when they are all out of a job. Tsk !
Dave

Giovanni Lavafiume wrote:
I'm sure the senior management and company executives lead by example in this matter.


They do. They're a bunch of useless gits too, as far as I can see (but shockingly well remunerated for their qualities).
Giovanni Lavafiume

Dunno about linking to Calcio Italia; perhaps we could link to dailymail.co.uk
Dave

We haven't adocated immigrant burning yet - maybe the Torygraph?
zeds

BTTMUQU:

International Weeks
Dels

BTTMUQU:

Some Scotland fans, ok, make that Hibernian supporters. I watched the match in a pub in Leith, filled with Hibbies and they did nothing but criticise the team even before we went down a goal. Their gripe... the team was wearing a maroonish strip, so they didn't deserve to win, how pathetic is that? They need to have a word with themselves so they do.

Also, Scotland getting beat has made me quite upset.
Dels

BTTMMQU

I was attacked work yesterday. I was hit full force in the face. Funny thing was I managed to stay on my feet & not get carried out of work with an ice pack. Now imagine if that happened on a football pitch....
Mezz

Bloody hell!

Who hit you, and why!?
zeds

And where do you work?
Curva Fiesole

You're not Mezz's boss are you?
Mezz



My 'moment of truth' will come at just after 9:00am this coming Monday... I found out this afternoon that I've landed the other (much better) job I had gone for, so that's the first hurdle cleared.

I've tried to prepare myself for every possible scenario, but I must confess I hadn't considered the option.

Wish me luck!
Curva Fiesole

All the best Mezz - I had problems with a former employer a few years back that ended up in a costly legal case and I wouldn't wish that on anyone. It all worked out okay in the end, but there are times when you just want to go or
Dels

I work in Ladbrokes, Zeds.

Mezz wrote:


Who hit you, and why!?


A customer thought someone stole a tenner, started to go mental, I asked him to leave and he whacked me. Had to get the polis in everything.

Good luck with your job.
nino

Bad things... "comedienne" Katy Brand's new tv show. Absolutely fkin shocking. Who the hell was drunk enough to let this go on tv?
zeds

BTTMQU:


Bloody Sky for not showing the bloody La Liga games again, because of the bloody Spanish TV companies
Mezz

Dels wrote:
A customer thought someone stole a tenner, started to go mental, I asked him to leave and he whacked me. Had to get the polis in everything.


I thought I remembered you saying that you worked for Ladbrokes... don't you sit behind one of those bullet/ned-proof screens though?

I assume the w@nker that lamped you is for the high-jump, but glad to hear that you don't seem to have sustained any serious physical injury.

Dels wrote:
Good luck with your job.


Thank you!
Dels

Mezz wrote:
I thought I remembered you saying that you worked for Ladbrokes... don't you sit behind one of those bullet/ned-proof screens though?

I assume the w@nker that lamped you is for the high-jump, but glad to hear that you don't seem to have sustained any serious physical injury.


Oh, no those screens are "not customer friendly".

It would take a bigger man than that to give me a serious injury. I'm made of hard stuff.
Dels

Oh and McLaren needs to be

At least Alonso didn't win.
Dave

Hang on - the FIA might be about to add another bout of farce/drama/fudge to the Championship...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/motorsport/formula_one/7055644.stm


If it wasn't Formula 1, you couldn't make it up...
zeds

Dave wrote:
Hang on - the FIA might be about to add another bout of farce/drama/fudge to the Championship...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/motorsport/formula_one/7055644.stm


If it wasn't Formula 1, you couldn't make it up...


After the spying scandal no McLaren driver deserves to win it whatever happens.
Dave

It is mildly farcical that Hamilton is still in with a slim chance, but the spying scandal seemed to revolve around Alonso and De la Rosa getting hold of information and attempting to use it to ensure that Alonso had an unfair advantage.

The information that emerged at the time of the hearing suggested that the first McLaren as a team knew of this was when Alonso threatened to admit that he'd been using this information (thus dropping McLaren well and truly in it) if Dennis didn't give him priority in the team. Dennis then pulled the 'He wasn't expecting that' stunt by going to the FIA and telling them.

If those were the circumstances (and the FIA as usual didn't help provide clarity by revealing the full facts), then it seems bizarre that Alonso got away without any penalty at all and remained on almost level terms with Hamilton and Raikkonen.

The available evidence (at least that I last read) suggested that Hamilton and his race engineers gained no advantage from this, since Alonso was using the information to gain the upper hand over his own team-mate as well as Ferrari. If that was the case, the logical solution would've been to take all Alonso's points off him, fine McLaren under the rule about being responsible for your employees' behaviour and, since Alonso had lost all his points, remove those from McLaren in the constructors' championship.

End result - Alonso punished for his actions; McLaren sustain collateral damage of losing Alonso's points (so they can't win the constructors' title) and a fine. Hamilton and Raikkonen then fight it out for the championship. That would seem to have been a much more logical answer, rather than the ludicrious situation we ended up with where a man who'd sought unfair advantage over his two leading rivals was still in with a shot of winning the title and comes out of the season blissfully unaffected as he searches for a new drive next year.
Guest

Brilliant. The one striker in our squad who might be able to score consistently in this league is now out for the season. Thanks to a "tackle" that even Plymouth's manager admitted had no intent to play the ball.

Same injury that crippled him at Portsmouth. Happy retirement Svetoslav.
Liam

diatribe wrote:
Brilliant. The one striker in our squad who might be able to score consistently in this league is now out for the season. Thanks to a "tackle" that even Plymouth's manager admitted had no intent to play the ball.

Same injury that crippled him at Portsmouth. Happy retirement Svetoslav.

Paddy McCarthy's defending will cheer you up.
Guest

Liam wrote:
diatribe wrote:
Brilliant. The one striker in our squad who might be able to score consistently in this league is now out for the season. Thanks to a "tackle" that even Plymouth's manager admitted had no intent to play the ball.

Same injury that crippled him at Portsmouth. Happy retirement Svetoslav.

Paddy McCarthy's defending will cheer you up.

I could do without another laugh like that

Udinese-Torino being played at risk level 4 seems a bit stupid, the fans have no history with each other do they? Udinese's have always seemed fairly tame compared to most other teams'. When they bother turning up that is.
Guest

Standing on my flatmate's hair curlers last week, burning my feet and not being able to go out that evening, healingish and then rubbing my feet in new shoes so i now have a really attractive hobble/limp.

ow
verno

The bastards at Orange have cut off my internet and then I was pretty much told to eff off by the call centre person.

Hope you're ok Dels. Any chance of compo/danger money ?
blackandblue

I've got an Orange/Freeserve email address. It gets so much spam it's ridiculous . I've saved over 1000 spam emails. I can only 'ban' 100 addresses at any one time. I'd love to know if there is some way I can send it all to Orange to show them how good their spam filter is. Tw@ts. Don't get any spam with Hotmail.
zeds

verno wrote:
The bastards at Orange have cut off my internet and then I was pretty much told to eff off by the call centre person.


Paying for internet is so last year

Oh BTTMU:

Bloody resident parking permits that make are now being introduced on my road much forcing me to pay to park outside my own home
blackandblue

I've now got a house with a double garage (tries to find an emoticon for smug git). Too many people park on our road just to avoid paying for parking at the nearby train station. So now the council are planning some parking restrictions (yay!).
Mezz

blackandblue wrote:
(tries to find an emoticon for smug git)


Try this:

zeds wrote:
Bloody resident parking permits that make are now being introduced on my road


Hey, maybe you two live in the same street!
blackandblue

There's too many emoticons to trawl through .
verno

zeds wrote:

Paying for internet is so last year

I'm intrigued. Do tell.

PLEASE.
Mezz

verno wrote:
zeds wrote:

Paying for internet is so last year

I'm intrigued. Do tell.

PLEASE.


If Zeds is on about what I think he's on about, it involves hooking up to someone else's wireless connection (say, a next door neighbour) without having to pay.

I live in a block of four maisonettes, and I could hook up to the the fella in the other top-floor flat's wireless connection if I fancied it as my modem can pick up his signal. I don't, however, because I'm quite moral about that sort of thing.

Nonetheless, if i saw someone drop a tenner in the street and walk on unaware, I would pocket it.

Go figure...
blackandblue

Someone did get done for this, didn't they?
Mezz

Yeah, there was something in the news about it a couple of months ago.

This guy (in Brighton?) had a wireless connection that was strong that it could be picked up by standing next to his end-of-terrace house. People were sitting outside his gaff on their laptops and surfing his broadband for free until he called the fuzz and got at least one of them strung up for it...
blackandblue

It's the only thing they understand...
zeds

Mezz wrote:
verno wrote:
zeds wrote:

Paying for internet is so last year

I'm intrigued. Do tell.

PLEASE.


If Zeds is on about what I think he's on about, it involves hooking up to someone else's wireless connection (say, a next door neighbour) without having to pay.

I live in a block of four maisonettes, and I could hook up to the the fella in the other top-floor flat's wireless connection if I fancied it as my modem can pick up his signal. I don't, however, because I'm quite moral about that sort of thing.

Nonetheless, if i saw someone drop a tenner in the street and walk on unaware, I would pocket it.

Go figure...




In all seriousness mate in that scenario I'd try tracking the guy down or give the tenenr to charity . It is weird how people's perception of morality can differ.
Guest

Iīm upset that a f****n idiot decided to shoot seven people at a high school in Finland today.
Guest

A ban on firearms is needed.
zeds

anselmi wrote:
A ban on firearms is needed.


Are they not banned in Finland?
Guest

zeds wrote:
anselmi wrote:
A ban on firearms is needed.


Are they not banned in Finland?


No. They estimate that we have around 2 million registered weapons (hunting rifles, shotguns, handguns etc.). All that in a country that has a population of just 5,2 million.
zeds

anselmi wrote:
zeds wrote:
anselmi wrote:
A ban on firearms is needed.


Are they not banned in Finland?


No. They estimate that we have around 2 million registered weapons (hunting rifles, shotguns, handguns etc.). All that in a country that has a population of just 5,2 million.


Wow, I'd always thought Finland was a tranquil gun-free nation. I had a lecturer who'd spent some time teaching English in Lapland and often remarked on the good quality of Finnish life.
Guest

zeds wrote:
anselmi wrote:
zeds wrote:
anselmi wrote:
A ban on firearms is needed.


Are they not banned in Finland?


No. They estimate that we have around 2 million registered weapons (hunting rifles, shotguns, handguns etc.). All that in a country that has a population of just 5,2 million.


Wow, I'd always thought Finland was a tranquil gun-free nation. I had a lecturer who'd spent some time teaching English in Lapland and often remarked on the good quality of Finnish life.


We havenīt really had these incidents in the past (a few in the past 20 years or so) but doing the math on the guns and looking at the way the modern world is and what it is developing into I can see it becoming more frequent. The gun-laws here are very strict regarding handguns and such, but hunting rifles and shotguns are easier to get.

I have studied english at the University of Lapland, never finished anything but went for a while.
Guest

I hate, hate, hate Virgin media because they never call you back and never seem to allow you to talk to anyone of any use.
Now I'm paying Ģ20 a month for internet and tv and a phoneline and only the internet is working.
Dave

Try a 'Get it sorted or Trading Standards and BBC Watchdog will be informed' type- letter, Rosa, pointing out that their contract is to provide you with three services, not one and it would appear that they may be in breach of this.

Of course, you use the internet and find the name of the chairman of the company (is it Beardy Branson?) and address the letter to him for full effect. Doesn't always work, but worth a try. I've done this on three occasions and gained a result twice.
verno

That's Virgin media off the list then. Who is good at broadband ? I'm certainly not going back with those effers at Orange.
Dels

verno wrote:

Hope you're ok Dels. Any chance of compo/danger money ?


I'm fine now.
There was no bruising or anything. I dunno if I could have had compensation.
Guest

Dave wrote:
Try a 'Get it sorted or Trading Standards and BBC Watchdog will be informed' type- letter, Rosa, pointing out that their contract is to provide you with three services, not one and it would appear that they may be in breach of this.

Of course, you use the internet and find the name of the chairman of the company (is it Beardy Branson?) and address the letter to him for full effect. Doesn't always work, but worth a try. I've done this on three occasions and gained a result twice.


They actually called me back, a day later when i was in a library working (actually that's a lie, I was pretending to work). Still annoyed at their poor customer service.

Verno, have you thought about BT? My parents have it and they seem reliable.
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