|reply to Rob |
Re: "It was a mistake.."
said by Rob:Now that is some funny stuff. Too bad that will be the standard reply!
Here Mediacom, let me help you. This excuse seems to work many times:
"It was a mistake on our part. Our engineers were suppose to deploy the ad injection system to a test system, and not to the public network. We deeply regret any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. We are committed to providing value to our customers and are constantly evaluating new methods and practices that can increase our customer's Internet experience."
Hey...it worked for Google's Street View debacle.
rchandraStargate Universe fanPremium
|reply to SeVere |
I would agree. That they'd even consider ad injection so much that they'd even bother setting up a test environment is abysmal. Ad injection: just say no! No need for me to put up any test equipment for me to decide.
English is a difficult enough language to interpret correctly when its rules are followed, let alone when a writer chooses not to follow those rules.
Jeopardy! replies and randomcaps REALLY suck!