It all boils down to Comcast wanting to know the reason for him leaving. "Because I want to" does not help their cause. That doesn't aid their market research. Comcast's only hope, their only peace, is to understand it, to understand the `why.'
`Why' is what separates us from them, you from me. `Why' is the only real social power, without it you are powerless. And this is how you come to me, without `why,' without power. Another link in the chain. But fear not, since I have seen how good you are at following orders, I will tell you what to do next. Run back, and give the fortune teller this message: Her time is almost up. Now I have some real business to do, I will say adieu and goodbye.
Wait... I'm back now, got a bit side tracked there. Comcast also seem to believe they have a right
to know "why", but of course they do not, per the customer's "none of your business" response. As a Facebook friend also posted along with this story:
... this call is like an ex girlfriend or boyfriend demanding to know why you're breaking up with them ...
A psycho girlfriend/boyfriend at that.
Edited by mixt (Thu 17-Jul-14 14:56:34)