(1) Uniden TRU12803 5.8Ghz 3 Handset Phone with Answering System, Caller ID, and Speakerphone
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Hey Stacy, this is Phil from Electronics
Mart, just checking to see how that Uniden phone is working out for
you. You remember - the TRU12803? Three handsets? The one you bought earlier today? Call me back and let me know how things are going! Bye!
Hi Stacy. Phil again. Just wanted to make sure the Uniden TRU12803's
5.4 gigahertz wireless signal isn't interfering with your home wireless
network. I know you said that's important to you, so, uh, yeah, just
calling to make sure you're taken care of. I guess you're not home yet.
Better things to do, I guess. Well, call me back. Bye. And thanks for
shopping at Electronics Mart.
Oh, hey, Stacy, one more thing. Forgot to mention it earlier, but you can store up to 70 numbers in the TRU12803's
address book. In case you were wondering. I know a woman like you
probably has lots of numbers to keep track of. Maybe you're talking to
one of those guys now. Lucky guy. K, thanks.
Phil. Listen, uh, did I say something wrong? Are you dissatisfied with
your purchase from Electronics Mart? Because I've been calling and
calling, and, well, Stacy, I just don't understand why you won't call
me back. Whatever I did wrong, I can't fix it if you won't call me
back. It only takes a minute, you know. It's just common courtesy to
return someone's calls. Talk to you soon, I hope.
It's me. Again. What's up, Stace? What's going on? Where are you? I,
uh, I thought we really made a connection in the store this morning.
Kinda disappointed I haven't heard from you. Hey, remember when I said
I needed your phone number for our database? Well, actually, we don't
even have a database. I just wanted it for myself. I don't do that for
just anybody, you know. So what's the deal, Stacy? Why'd you give me
your number if you weren't going to take my calls? Were you just
jerking my chain or what? That the kind of thing you think is funny?
I'm not laughing. I am not laughing. But hey, I'll forgive you if you
can just call me back. OK? OK? OK. Later, Stacy.
I get off work in a couple of hours. Maybe I can come by your place and
we can talk this whole thing over. Obviously, we've got some issues to
work out, but I'm ready to talk so we can get past this and move on. I
need directions, though, so call me back. This is Phil, by the way.
From Electronics Mart. OK, bye.
Stacy? Stacy? You there? Dammit. Hey, here's a fun fact about your new Uniden TRU12803:
with its frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) technology, your
calls won't be overheard on anybody else's cordless phone. Neat, huh?
Kinda like the old "nobody can hear you scream" thing. So yeah, call me.
Still not home, huh? Still not home. Wow. Wow. Listen, uh...I don't know
who you think you are, but nobody gets away with treating me this way.
Nobody. You understand? You think you can just toy with a man and walk
away like nothing ever happened? You think I'm just going to stand here
and take it while you screen my calls and ignore my messages? You're
about to get a real hard lesson in reality. I'll be at Electronics Mart
for another half-hour. Call me back before it's too late. Goodbye.
Stace, it's Phil. Listen, I - I just - I'm sorry I get angry sometimes.
I don't mean it. I just want to talk. I just want to make sure your
phones are working OK and - and - I just want things to be like they
were this morning. I'm sorry. Please, just - please, I want to make it
right. Call me, please, OK?
still haven't heard from you. Yeah, it's Phil again. Listen, I'm
conducting a customer service survey on behalf of Electronics Mart, and
I'd like to discuss your recent purchase and your overall buying
experience. And if you don't call me back, that's OK - I can keep trying to get ahold of you. I happen to know the Uniden TRU12803
can record up to 14 minutes of messages, so you'll be hearing from me
an awful lot from now on. I'm looking forward to it, Stacy. Thank you
again for choosing Electronics Mart.
Warranty: 90 Day Woot
Frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) System - Transmits radio
signals by rapidly switching a carrier among many frequency channels.
Secures caller privacy while providing long range and clear sound
Answering System with Handset Access - Record up to 14 minutes
digitally. Quickly review, save, or delete messages you choose. Use a
personal or pre-recorded outgoing messages. Set the number of rings up
to 6 and as few as 2. Check your messages or record a new greeting when
you aren't at your phone
Toll Saver setting avoids long
distance charges. When you call to check your messages, the Toll Saver
setting will hang up after 2 rings if you do not have any messages
Supports Call Waiting and up to 30 Caller IDs (Caller ID and Call Waiting are activated by your telephone company)
Store up to 70 phone numbers alphabetically in the Advanced Address Book, and assign special ring tones to different callers
Clarity Boost - You can manually improve the clarity by turning Clarity Boost on, if you encounter any interference
Speakerphone on the handset
Redial stores up to 5 most recently dialed numbers
Transfer a call to the 2 other handsets
Conference call up to 3 handsets
Use the intercom to talk to the other handsets
7 Different ringer types
Volume control on the earpiece and ringer
Locate a missing handset by using the paging key
In the box:
3 Nickel Metal Hydrate Rechargeable Batteries
3 AC Power Adapters
2 Charger Stations
1 Base Charger with Answering System
1 Telephone Cord
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Bonjour, madame. How may I help you? Ah, wine, you say?
Yes, I can remove a wine stain from almost any fabric. It is, how you
say, my specialty. You see, I have been in the laundry business for -
What's that? You want to buy wine? To drink? No, no, I think you misunderstand. Here, we clean clothes - en fait,
we do far more than that. We love clothes. We adore clothes. We gently
minister to every single thread until it sparkles like the Seine in the
golden light of afternoon. But wine? No. I think maybe you have us
confused with some other French laundry.
I am sorry, I do
not know this "Sadler-Wells" you speak of. Perhaps I wish I did, eh?
Tell me, do they make a Cabernet Sauvignon? You don't say. Does it
reflect the fruit-forward character of Sonoma Valley Cabs? Is the fruit
concentrated, the tannins firm? Ah, such a wine can only come from petit,
carefully-selected vineyards. Madame, with every word, you make me
thirst for this Sadler-Wells 2003 Sonoma Cabernet - and yet, I am on
the clock, and cannot drink around the laundering machines.
Pinot Noir, you say? Madame, I beg you, stop toying with me. Your tales
of a single-vineyard Pinot, with all the aromatic complexity, dense
fruit, and mineral quality of the great Pinot Noirs of Burgundy, are
driving me mad with longing. Such lushness! Such richness! Such texture
and character! Please stop. I cannot stand such torment. One more word
about the Sadler-Wells 2005 Pinot Noir, and I shall- I shall-
Oui! Oui! I will leave the laundry business of my forefathers, and open a
restaurant! And we will serve Sadler-Wells wines, which I shall be able
to drink whenever I please! Merci, madame, merci. But one question: what shall I call this restaurant? What would be a suitable name for a restaurant run by a French launderer?