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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon
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March 2014
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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon [userpic]
...are they releasing gasses in Canada that lower IQ this weekend or what?

Dear Dispatcher: If you call me to say you've faxed, you might consider actually sending your documentation. Seriously, what was that? *boggles*

Dear Driver:

Next time I say "If your dispatcher needs to fax you, it's okay if they fax the office" I mean during buisness hours, not 5am, when we are, in fact, closed, and yes, strangely, you did wake me up. The sheer irony that you made yourself wait 12 hours to cross almost makes up for the interrupted sleep.

In other news: I think I've mentioned that American Legalese as a second language is not my forte, right? Still, you'd think that sentences usually need things like, oh, nouns, verbs, and possibly direct objects.

Dear U. S. Gov't: If [blah blah blah] needs a then [blurf blurf blurf], not just a handy period to end your not-sentence. Kthnx. I've got no idea where you were going with that if-clause.

Also: If the Code of Federal Regulations 19: Customs Duties is going to constantly refer to the Tariff Act of 1930, do you suppose that -- just once in a while -- you could put that information where it's available? Or do I have to spend another $100 to get a copy of that, too? which makes no sense, since if I was willing to waste paper and ink, I could have printed the whole of CFR 19 from teh_intarwebs from the Government Printing Office's website.