created in 2014
last scan 6/20/2019
A place for the stories in the Airz23 saga that don't necessarily fall completely under the category of tech support.
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Welcome to **Tales From Tech Support**, where we share our stories of: * *Incredible Feats* of Networking Heroics; * *Tech Troubleshooting* Under the Direst Circumstances; * *Unsolvable Problems* Cracked by Sheer Genius and/or Pure Luck; * *Moral Support* after Having Dealt with Difficult Clients; * And of course, **Stupid User Stories!** We've got a bit of a lull in the queue just now, so kick back, grab a cold one, and share your best tales among friends here at TFTS!
A place to exchange stories about your bosses, employees, or those interesting customers you see daily. * Remember that customer who yelled at you over coupons? * Do I really have to wear this ridiculous polo shirt? * The things you do after customers leave Come, put your name tag on, and let's get the stress of work off of our chest.
This is a place where computer technicians can come together to share info on the latest tips and tricks for computer/network repair. They can also share their tools of the trade and computer repair methods. **This is not a forum for technical support**
Tired of stupid customers? Having to deal with constant computer frustrations at work? Another virus ruining a perfect day? Having to fix incredibly-crafted spaghetti code in Visual Basic? Your database system was destroyed by an idiot coworker turning off the computer? Vent out here at iiiiiiitttttttttttt (i7t12), a subreddit dedicated specifically for Information Technology rage comics! (Limit two le's per customer)
**Welcome to Tales From Call Centers (TFCC), a place where we share tales from the trenches of the call center world!** This includes things like (but not limited to); Ridiculous caller demands Moronic and stupid things callers say Moral support after dealing with awkward and difficult callers Happy and positive calls
~~If you are anything BUT 5 years old, and you're confused by something, this is the place for you.~~ Now that /r/eli5 clarified that they want simple explanations, (fake) 5 YEAR OLDS ARE NOW WELCOME TO THE SUBREDDIT. But not in a creepy way.
Wiggly mouse-drawn comics where balls represent different countries. They poke fun at national stereotypes and the "international drama" of their diplomatic relations. Polandball combines history, geography, Engrish, and an inferiority complex.