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Call Center Purgatory
Sunday, July 09, 2006
  Dead End Job


I don't want no dead end job
I don't wanna be no number
I don't want no dead end job
I don't wanna be no number

The queue gets longer everyday
I just ain't no time to stay
I ain't gonna run away
All I want to do is play

Don't wanna be no teacher
I don't wanna be no slave
I don't wanna work no assembly line
Like my uncle Dave

The queue gets longer everyday
I just ain't got time to stay
I ain't gonna run away
All I wanna do is play.


(Lyrics from the Police song "Dead End Job",
from the early days when they flirted with
the idea of being punk.)

Thanks for reading,

AC

Anonymous Cog

 
Comments:
I've never heard this Police song. I'm sure it would go over big at the call center where I work at. I hope I can find it.

BTW

I don't mean to spam my blog, so I wont list the URL. But I've started a novel about a call center rep named INFORMATION. If you'd like to check it out, it's listed in my profile.
 
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