10/14/08

Hey now, check this comment out ...

I got this off one of my old stories written awhile ago. This one -> http://heardinmycab.blogspot.com/2007/12/christ-jeebus-i-work-with-stooges.html
Can I just ask, why doesn't Blogger make some sort of "thing" that lets you know when you get a new comment on an older blog?? Or maybe they do and I just don't know about it ??? Anyone?

S/A said...

Your cab company is obviously bigger than mine. Maybe the division of labor is one of the reasons your dispatcher has less power. Where I work as a dispatcher that means I answer the calls, take the orders, deal w/ the customer service issues, dispatch the orders, do general office work etc etc etc and there's only one person here at a time. We have what we call a 10-x. If the dispatcher 10-x's you you are not permitted to work for however many days you are 10-x'd for. You're lucky he seems to not be able to do that because if a driver copped the attitude you present yourself as having much of the time with customers in your blog w/ me and then played that income card I'd 10-x you for a month.


For the love of Pete. Now I'm irritated. I hate when I feel I have to justify myself. Bah.

Edited to add: I did NOT scream all that. It's normal-sized in my editing screen. Blessed Blogger.

9 comments:

Sizzle said...

They do have that in blogger because sometimes, even though I haven't been on blogger for eons, I get an email with a comment. Weird.

Mel said...

Go to your dashboard.
Go to "Settings."
Go to "Comments" tab.
Scroll all the way down to the bottom, and you'll see a field for "Comment Notification Email." Put your e-mail in there, and you'll start getting notifications.

Mel said...

Also, that person was quite the dickish and judgmental individual.

King of New York Hacks said...

no worries, i ran that dispatcher over today.

Coldfoot said...

I got $10 that he is a day dispatcher. There is a world of difference between day and night cab drivers. (Insert pun: the difference is day and night.)

Day drivers are babies. Day dispatchers are day drivers with DUIs.

Quick local story. Some day driver decided to work on a weekend night to score some "big bucks". Some people got into a brawl outside his cab. He asked the dispatcher what he should do. The dispatcher advised him to go back to days.

whall said...

Sounds like someone is a pissed off, uptight Generation 10-x'er.

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