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Nov. 10th, 2009 07:09 pm
astronomicalchance: (i must confess...)
[personal profile] astronomicalchance
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.

Date: 2009-11-10 10:38 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] showmystarrysky.livejournal.com
Miss Jena is broken. She is our projector.

Date: 2009-11-11 01:07 am (UTC)
timey_wimey: (say wha?)
From: [personal profile] timey_wimey
What sort of projector? I've been around, seen a fair few projectors in my time, maybe I'll be able to give you some tips on how to fix her.

Date: 2009-11-11 04:55 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] showmystarrysky.livejournal.com
Miss Jena is a twin-strobe-sphere Carl Zeiss - Jena GmbH planetarium projector.

Date: 2009-11-11 04:57 pm (UTC)
timey_wimey: (Oh look at that!)
From: [personal profile] timey_wimey
Oh, a planetarium projector! It's been a while since I've seen one of those! Not much call for them when you can easily go and see the real thing, you see.

Alright, first things first, can you see anything on the outside that's obviously broken or wonky?

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