r/Talesfromtechsupport "My Computer is Literally on Fire"
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r/Talesfromtechsupport Welcome to the world of tech support, where we have idiotic users, angry customers, and douchebag bosses. We've also got a computer on fire! Life as a tech support worker just wouldn't be complete without a few exploding computers on your hands. We've also got a really sweet and wholesome story involving an older gentleman who can't get his TV working. If you like these stories, be sure to subscribe for more daily Reddit content! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app · Music + Talk: Got an idea for a Music + Talk show? Get started by downloading the free Anchor app or going to anchor.fm/musicplustalk anchor.fm/musicplustalk
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