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Mobile GPS

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Mobile GPS

is a necessity for people who drive to many different places. Because earlier models had a separate GPS antenna, they were harder to install. So, they had two wires to connect. However, newer models just use one wire, to supply power. Although very handy people can install either kind, some people prefer to have professional installation.

Following is a transcript

of a person attempting to install a mobile GPS and an over the top and unhelpful tech support person. As is my policy, I have changed the names to protect the guilty. Any resemblance to real life situations is purely coincidental. Or is it? Perhaps, it is a little bit of both. I hope you enjoy my goofy attempt at geek humor.   I welcome you to express your opinions and share your frustrating experiences in the comments below.  If you enjoyed this post, please feel free to share it with others. Thank you for stopping by.  Craig Herberg

Unhelpful tech support guy: Technical support.  How may we humiliate you?

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: I need help setting up my mobile GPS in my car.  Can you help?

Unhelpful tech support guy: Sure. What seems to be the problem?

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: There are two long wires with thingies on the end, and I don’t know where they go.

Unhelpful tech support guy: Cut the wires.  You don’t need them.

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: Huh?

Unhelpful tech support guy: Instead of connecting it with wires, you will connect it with blue tooth.

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: How do I do that?

Unhelpful tech support guy: Just go to the dentist and have him give you a blue tooth.  Then your GPS will just work.

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: That’s it?

Unhelpful tech support guy: Yep.  That’s all there is too it.

Unsuspecting tech woes victim: Thank you so much.  You make it so easy.

Unhelpful tech support guy: It’s always a pleasure.  [Aside] Two years on the job and I haven’t helped a single person.  I’m about due for a promotion.

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