Comic 90 - Karma

Sun, Jun 05, 2011
Average Rating: 4.86 (7 votes)
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Kevin Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete
Going to see X-Men: First Class tonight. I hope it's better than Thor...


ThornsInOurSide Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete reply
I think they should hire the elderly to scam people over the phone. No one can say no to a sweet grandma when she's trying to sell you life insurance!
JackitK Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete reply
@Thorns NO!!! Don't give them the idea! :O
BlackMageBrad Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete reply
The best way to get credit card scams to work is to disguise them as phone sex hotlines. "For a premium payment, you can enjoy our services" and whatnot.
J2383 Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete reply
Judging from how much time we spent outside geeking out about comic books, I'd say First Class is a pretty awesome movie.
Effigy_Power Sun, Jun 05, 2011 edit delete reply
Plus with pension plan you get happy ending.
Kevin Wed, Jun 08, 2011 edit delete reply
@ThornsInOurSide: In my stint as a customer service representative, an elderly woman convinced me to completely wipe her bill by breaking down into tears and telling me she had recently found her husband dead on the floor. The elderly sure do know how to pull on the heart strings.

@BlackMageBrad: A fun game to play is, "Is it a Phone Sexline?" where you come up with filthy 7 letter phrases, then dial 1-800-***-**** and then see if it exists.

@J2383: It is. See it yet?

@Effigy_Power: Who doesn't enjoy a happy ending?
Magravan Thu, Jun 09, 2011 edit delete reply
If only every scammer could have to go through him before they get to me... At least then I could enjoy the haunted sound of their voices...

And wow... I am surprised that you were able to wipe her bill clean, regardless of how good her story was :)
Unka John Sat, Jun 11, 2011 edit delete reply
Unka John
Yet another reason why I no longer carry a cell phone.
Kevin Sat, Jun 11, 2011 edit delete reply
@Unka John: At this point, cell phones are almost necessities. The existence of phones have given people the excuse to flake out all the time because of the ease of changing plans on the fly. If I didn't have a cell phone, I wouldn't know that my friend was going to be 3 hours late meeting me at the bar.