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Without looking at the name of the JPG or anything like that, just by looking at the picture, anyone care to make a guess as to what this is?

 
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really, really versatile controls for a bidet ?
 
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Yes, sadly, that's about what I'm thinking. I bet it's the control panel for one of those fabled Japanese toilets that scans and analyses your product and sends the test results to your doctor.
 
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Ass Blaster Music Machine?
 
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You guys are on the money. It's a wireless control panel for a Japanese toilet!
 
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Whatever you do, don't push the red button!
 
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Originally posted by John Smith:
Whatever you do, don't push the red button!



 
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It looks like you have to be a geek in order to take a piss. :roll:
 
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That link provides WAY too much information
 
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Wow, Enlightened.

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Originally posted by John Smith:
Whatever you do, don't push the red button!



My guess is that the red button makes a call to tech support. Dear Lord, that would be a fun job to have for a day!
 
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The sad thing is, it still cant tell you when youve ran out of toilet roll.
 
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Which button is for wiping?
 
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Originally posted by Ray Marsh:
Which button is for wiping?



I believe three of the big white buttons at the top take care of that actually.
 
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Gives a whole different meaning to PEEK & POKE

What if tech support doesn't know s**t?
[ February 02, 2005: Message edited by: Donald R. Cossitt ]
 
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Obviously, Jason has the Super-Bowl on his sub-conscious.
 
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Originally posted by Donald R. Cossitt:
What if tech support doesn't know s**t?


Call Center Tech Support: (a monster collage)

Temp to hire position with GREAT full time benefits!!! Flexible schedule and great pay!!!

Call Center Tech Support reps are providing technical support to end users on high tech communication units. Working with the customer and internal departments, provide timely status on open issues to ensure good communications.

We are staffing a heavy volume call center environment with 95% of the time spent on the phones. Taking 60-80 phone calls per day, average call time is 1-15 minutes depending on situation. Resolve 85% of issues on 1st contact. Tracks and reports user activity utilizing call management software.

Must have at least 6 months of troubleshooting experience. Able to multitask is an understatement - it is KEY! Patience and a great attitude is extremely important!! Strong customer service, interpersonal and verbal communication skills a must, as this position requires heavy internal-customer interface.

Microsoft Certifications are not required, but very helpful.

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package, relaxed work environment, and management with a sense of humor.

Some weekends and holidays required.
 
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...technical support to end users on high tech communication units.

ummm....I thought they were I/O units. Maybe I am looking at the wrong job listing.

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