Sunday, January 25, 2009

Your Customer Service Ain't No Service At All

I still don't have a phone, and it's turning me into a terrible person. Not because I'm out of touch with the world (although there is that), but because I am filled with a deep and abiding hatred for T-Mobile. The corporation has now lost all record of my existence, and at this point the most I can hope for when I call them is to ruin somebody's day.

However, speaking of T-Mobile, the super awesome audio I wanted to share with you is now available. Mr. A. ordered a revenge rap for me, from Rap Master Maurice, and it's one of the best presents I've ever received. You can now listen to it on Maurice's website! (If that link doesn't work, go here and click on "Your Customer Service Ain't No Service At All," at the bottom of the revenge raps.)

If you happen to be in the market for revenge, I heartily recommend Rap Master Maurice. His raps are currently only seven bucks and he delivers within two days. You really get a lot for your money.


Last night, we went to a fancy cocktail party for Mr. A.'s work, and I had to meet new people while wearing high heels. It was a challenge, but I think I did okay. His work people were intimidatingly cool, though. Hip haircuts and glasses and stuff. I was glad I let Sarah give me long straight bangs the other day so that I looked (I thought) ever so slightly more hip than before.

I woke up in the middle of the night with a nasty sore throat, and I took a lot of advil but I still don't feel that great. Is that the most interesting story you've heard all day? I could start talking about the phone again if you prefer.


brie said...

A revenge rap is definitely an amazing gift---and that particular revenge rap is unbelievably awesome. I hope that T-Mobile got the message and you get your phone very soon.

Harriet M. Welsch said...

That was seriously the funniest thing I've heard in a long, long time. I need to start making lists of my vendettas.

Anonymous said...

I am well-acquainted with RMM - someone who looks a lot like him but goes by a different name was my neighbor in Chicago for years. I'm glad you're spreading his awesomeness across the internetses, and that he was able to provide some T-Mobile catharsis for you.

arajane said...

oh my goodness, that was the best thing i've heard in a long time. revenge rap! it's genius!

Harriet M. Welsch said...

I was wondering if you might be interested in talking to a freelance writer (my husband) who is writing a story about libraries (it's much more specific than that, but I don't want to hog your comments). I can tell you more in an email than I can here, but some of the things you've blogged about your job might make you a good candidate for an interview. And if you're not interested, perhaps you could suggest a coworker who might be? You can find me at harri3tspyATgmailDOTcom or via my blog at Thanks!