doing even the tiniest little errands–closing my Netvision account, for example–has to be a gigantic freakin’ ordeal. It’s bizarrely reassuring (and also a bunch of the opposite) to know that it is, in fact, every bit as frustrating and annoying to deal with (insert sound of hysterical laughing here:) Israeli “customer service representatives” when my Hebrew is workable as when it was less workable.

There’s no assurance that the whole business I just had to do (which involved going into my Netvision email, which I’ve never used, to “sign” and return an email) was even successful, and I won’t have to be back on the phone with them tomorrow. And I still haven’t done gas, water, phone, or anything else.


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