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Rodin really captured the frustration of dealing with automated call centers. The ossification represents the inability to actually connect to a human.


Hmmm... I thought this was about the loneliness & isolation of the intellectual man in an electronically "connected" yet superficial world--& was intended to be one of the incremental steps beginning with Auguste Rodin & ending with Hugo Rheinhold.

Dr. Bob:

Z - and when you get a human, it seems they are some ill-trained Indiot (India + idiot) who you can barely understand.


If you could meet the tech support where my brother works, you wouldn't have any problem understanding why companies use foreign call centers.


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