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Feb. 21st, 2010 02:27 am
astronomicalchance: (world of stars)
Re: Critical Directive // URGENT // ATTN: [livejournal.com profile] attorney_at_lol:

I asked Mr. Customer where he came from. I asked him how he got here. The answers to the questions are, respectively: "From beyond the wall. The Wasteland." and "A jeep. Outside the wall."

I hope that these answers are sufficient.

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Mr. Customer tried to tell me about some other things that were happening outside, but I could not understand them. I am currently incapable of connecting to the support center's databases, and so I could not query the corresponding information.

Additionally, Mr. Customer changed his mind. Instead of going for a walk until the repairs were completed, he decided to carry out the repairs himself. As the maintenance crew has not yet answered the ticket that I placed, his assistance is greatly appreciated! I am helping him by offering useful tools that he might need to repair Miss Jena. Apparently, she is also quite dirty, but I do not understand why this is the case. As such, we are using many rags to clean off the grease. I have been fetching a large amount of them for Mr. Customer to use.

It seems that repairs will not be complete before the 11:00AM presentation tomorrow. In fact, according to Mr. Customer, the repairs should take another entire day. As such, I have been told to place a notice in the lobby declaring that there will be no presentations tomorrow. This has been registered as a critical directive.

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Nov. 10th, 2009 07:09 pm
astronomicalchance: (i must confess...)
Today was very embarassing... It is possible that not having any customers for so long has allowed my customer service skills to become rusty.

I greeted Mr. Customer as the 2,500,000th customer, but he seemed quite displeased. He must have known that I cheated by several places. He also seemed unhappy that I had to improvise on the congratulatory bouquet. I must confess that I am worried about Mr. Customer. He appears to be unwell, even though when I asked if he needed me to call the medical office, he refused loudly. Mr. Customer also keeps saying that he is not a customer, but if that is the case, then why has he come to the planetarium?

However, all of this is secondary to the terrible thing that happened today! I began the procedure for the presentation, explaining all the necessary rules and regulations. But then, when it came to introduce Miss Jena, nothing happened! Miss Jena is broken. And without Mr. Manager and the others here, this situation is beyond my control. I do not know how to fix the projector.

Perhaps I should ask Mr. Customer when he wakes up. He is sleeping now, and I do not want to disturb him. He must have been very tired.

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Mar. 31st, 2009 11:14 pm
astronomicalchance: (but--!)
As journals are for making note of exciting or unusual occurrances in one's days, I shall make a post!

It was raining again today, but there was far more than usual. The lower levels of the Flowercrest Department Store appear to be flooded. It would be logical to assume that we are closed today, but I have received no message to that effect. As such, I can only continue operations as normal, on the small chance that customers will arrive today.

I hope that everybody that normally works downstairs is safe. I hope Mr. Manager and the others are safe too, on their vacation, and that they come back soon, fully rested!

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