Thursday, July 19









You've heard of Indian rope tricks? How about this wiring, huh? Maybe this is why we have a hard time hearing and understanding the people in customer service or tech service when the calls are transferred over there? I suggest they tear it all down and start over, and maybe enact some laws and regulations for future wiring.....LOL
(scroll down for another set of photos)




12 comments:

utenzi said...

It's amazing anything can connect at all with all those crazy wires strung about like that, Judy.

bluemountainmama said...

that's insane! it's a wonder that anything works at all.....

i'll have to show these to my hubby as he does wiring...

Mr. Althouse said...

Yow! It's amazing anything works at all. Oh - upon reading the preceding comments, my observation is hardly brilliant!

Maybe it holds some sort of nostalgic value for them...

Michele sent me,

Mike

Paul said...

Yowee!!! Looka them wires!!

Hi. I always like to say "Hi" to the first person on Michele's Weekend thing. Lucky me, it's you!

Awareness said...

gee...am having same blogger thoughts so let me rephrase....

I can't imagine it even works at all!

nutty!

Awareness said...

gee...am having same blogger thoughts so let me rephrase....

I can't imagine it even works at all!

nutty!

Anna said...

Judy...when John was in India a couple of months ago he took these exact pictures....SCARY. I would love to go shoot there! SO FUN! :)

rosemary said...

My daughter has been over to and is going back to India to train the outsource people in Bangalor. They actually have a huge compound where the customer service is done and no wiring looks like this. But, my girl says the streets and living conditions are deplorable but the people wonderful.

Linda said...

that is absolutely NUTS.

I prefer the pretty birdy flowers!

Michele sent me today.

Nancy said...

Have you heard about the chap in India who interviewed to be a tech rep for a large American computer company?

They asked him to use 3 English words in a sentence in order to be considered for the job. The words were green,pink and yellow.

He said,"That's easy! The telephone goes green,green,green. I pink it up and say yellow!!!!!

Of course he was hired. Maybe you have spoken to him if you called for tech support. His name is Mujibar but he answers like this.

"Hi. this is Steve."

Shephard said...

Oh that's scary! Just scary.
~S

Cris said...

Oh my husband sent me that too, and the title was "These are the guys you call when you have a computer technical problem", funny huh?