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We’re the Phone Company: We Don’t Care & We Don’t Have To

Phillip Dampier August 23, 2012 Consumer News, Video 1 Comment

The more things change, the more they stay the same. On September 18, 1976 Lily Tomlin’s “Ernestine” reminded Americans here at the Phone Company we handle 84 billion calls a year with a system consisting of a multibillion-dollar matrix that is so sophisticated even we can’t handle it. But that’s your problem, isn’t it? We don’t care. We don’t have to. We’re the Phone Company.  (1 minute)

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  1. Tony Vazquez says:

    Reel-to-reel! Also, real … too real.

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