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0551: Not Good Enough in Beach Episode 6th Apr, 2020
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0551: Not Good Enough
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Mel Cormac
Oh sorry, you didn’t order your beach episode with a side of drama? You’ll have to speak with the manager.*
*The manager is me.
User comments:

mitchellbravo
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mitchellbravo
i have this fear too anna we're in it together!!! well no sorry you're stuck up on the high up thing and i'm safe and on the ground but spiritually i'm right beside you
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
I'm sure she appreciates the solidarity nonetheless!
junoro
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junoro
I love being able to escape my house and go to the beach in the UK, even if I'm with someone who's about to have a heights-induced panic attack. :')
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
What a fun day out at the beach this is turning out to beeeee~
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Eh, she'll be fine unless she goes berserk and does something dangerous like a dumb kid, a person with a severe phobia, or a cartoon character. None of those apply so nothing will happen, she'll get over it in five seconds, and fully participate in Gemma's intended conversation.

I've been in contact with clients and/or their representatives before, and had them try to pull the whole, "I want to speak to your manager!" nonsense on me. Then I put them on hold and kick the contact down to one of my colleagues under me in the org chart. Usually it's overprivileged posh twits, or overly ambitious arseholes, that tend to earn that treatment.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
I'm sure everything will be fine

Back when I worked in customer service I would only bring the manager over if I thought they could actually do something. If not, I'd do the Hot Fuzz "she's just going to tell you the same thing I told you" thing
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Slowly every job that isn't security or customer service is withering away, because being the poor bastard that has to put up with thick or horrible people seems to be just about the only thing we can't fully automate. I worry about what will happen when the academics and the engineers have their jobs automated away.

If I spend another three months like this I might have to perform as a classical pianist. Do I have to go back to Uni for a music degree to make that happen?
Matthew Jones (Guest)
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Well, nothing like the present for bonding over a traumatic experience!!
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Bonding experience, murder, it's just semantics really
Squirreltastic-Blue
As a squirrel, I'm not afraid of heights.
But I am afraid of DRAMA IN THE FORM OF A COMIC!
Wooo!