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Mar. 28th, 2009

Me: I just got a letter from Comcast, it reads, "We value your business, and we look forward to offering you quality service with out interruption. As of the above date [March 24], our records indicate that your account is past due in the amount of $.00. Your total account balance is $28.43."

Jess: We should call them RIGHT NOW and offer to pay our zero dollars!!

Me: We could say "Will you take cash, check, or AIR for that?"

Silly Comcast. Wouldn't surprise me much if they still disconnect our service... as I think back to the many times last year that we paid our bill and they shut us off... as they kept crediting our payment to other people's accounts.

Now, we're debating if it's supposed to be "without" or "with out" interruption. I say one word, Jess says two, dictionary.com agrees with me.

I'm a hungry baby.

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hottergirl01
Mar. 29th, 2009 06:20 am (UTC)
it's one word. yes
cunningbunny
Mar. 29th, 2009 07:12 am (UTC)
One word.

Comcast once sent me a bill for my roughly $250 balance, which was odd considering I'd paid the previous month and all we get from them is internet. They're morons.
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imnotbob
Mar. 29th, 2009 05:44 pm (UTC)
Thats right up there with my one cent check from PG&E.

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