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July 06, 2007

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Apparently, Sony VAIO Custumer Support stinks. Badly.

I'm really surprised to hear that Sony VAIO Customer Service is that amazingly bad. I thought, wrongly, it seems, that Sony's quality would be serviced by an equally quality Sony VAIO Customer Support center. That thought is in vain, because Sony VAIO Customer Support has clearly one of the worst attitudes toward customer service that I've seen in a long time.

It's really bad.

Let me say it again, Sony VAIO Customer Service is atrocious. Sony VAIO Customer Service is horrible. Sony VAIO Customer Service is terrible.

I might even say (with apologies to Monty Python fans everywhere):

Sony VAIO Customer Service has passed on! Sony VAIO Customer Service is no more! Sony VAIO Customer Service has ceased to be! Sony VAIO Customer Service has expired and gone to meet its maker! Sony VAIO Customer Service is a stiff! Bereft of life, Sony VAIO Customer Service rests in peace! If you hadn't nailed Sony VAIO Customer Service to the perch Sony VAIO Customer Service'd be pushing up the daisies! Sony VAIO Customer Service's metabolic processes are now history! Sony VAIO Customer Service is off the twig! Sony VAIO Customer Service has kicked the bucket, Sony VAIO Customer Service has shuffled off the mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisibile!! THIS IS AN EX-Sony VAIO Customer Service!!

(Please, someone reward my cleverness with a huge, hit-generating link!!!)

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