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What about customer service that is now overseas? Who wants to talk to someone you can't understand when calling about your phone bill, credit card, insurance, etc? Well YOU CAN talk to an American. When they answer ask if they are located in the USA. If not, ask to be transferred, they will do this for you without question. Works for me every time.
10 industries fading away...
1. Longshoreman unloading imported goods that undermine us.
2. Technology makers whose devices promote counter-productivity.
3. Paper pusher.
4. Button presser.
5. Wall Street trader.
6. Wall Street analyst.
7. Wall Street economist.
10. Corporate Board Director.
They're out there. Try madeinamericastore.com and madeinusa.org for example.
As the bumper sticker says" Still employed? Keep buying foreign."
Love the way they make it sound like you're a dinosaur if you have a land like and then say that most people still have them.
So ... about 75% of the people I know, approximately? Actually, since I'm over forty, it's more like 90% of the people I call regularly. I'll lose the land line when mobile coverage is consistent enough that my calls don't get dropped randomly in the middle of conversations. I still prefer talking on the land line when I'm at home. It's also nice to have a number to give when I order or buy something, so my cell phone won't be bugging me with "solicitation" calls when I'm out and about.
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