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Predictable

As I have somewhat expected, I received no phonecall from them and nothing about my report concerning their service, even after the “two working days” that they initially promised. So I am going to do what I had done in the past — pay a visit to TMPoint Kajang and blow them out of their chairs. Oh, they are going to get an earful from me, that is certain. Hair transplantation is fast becoming an option, at the rate they are causing me to pull my hairs out.

After that, I’m going to go to the nearest Maxis Service Centre to look into getting that wireless broadband service. I am hoping that they do cover my area. I would really be disappointed if they don’t.

11 Comments

  1. skychi99
    skychi99 July 27, 2012

    Me and my friend live in southern California. We are both very predictable people, so says our friends. We want to go do something crazy and unpredictable. What should we do?

  2. mendhak
    mendhak August 2, 2012

    Get angry that the WWE didn’t turn out how they hoped? Obviously not all fans, but I’ve been reading and hearing about people being disappointed with the way RAW turned out and how they wanted something to happen, yet these people will complain that the WWE is so predictable.

  3. Daniel
    Daniel August 5, 2012

    What if the terrorist threat is a predictable consequence of us meddling in the affairs of others and has nothing to do with us being free and prosperous?

  4. Vultre9
    Vultre9 August 10, 2012

    How does a meteor shower occur? Why are the times of a meteor shower predictable? Would these be a probable source for meteorites? I know how meteor showers occur but how are meteor showers predictable? And would these be a probably source for meteorites?

  5. everythingisgonnabefine
    everythingisgonnabefine August 14, 2012

    I used to enjoy watching award shows in the past because they weren’t so predictable and the media didn’t overexpose too many artists/actors, etc. But now, when I watch these award shows, they become so predictable, that it becomes boring and I don’t want anything to do with entertainment anymore. Especially when it comes to online voting because I believe that crap is rigged. Completely. So, what do you guys think.

  6. whites are not the only racists
    whites are not the only racists September 2, 2012

    I mean it was bad as the Wrestler movie, everything was Predictable and Brad Pitts New Orleans accent was horrible.

  7. Vultre9
    Vultre9 September 5, 2012

    I mean, if you’ve read a book by that author, you’ve read them all?

    I LOVE Nicholas Sparks books, but they are all very predictable. A couple falls in love, and there is a tragedy at the end.

  8. PillowMan1234
    PillowMan1234 September 6, 2012

    I’m writing a story about a rebellion for my english class, and I can’t figure out how to make it less predictable. If someone is rebelling, they’re most likely to succeed in doing so. What can I do to make things less predictable? I want to trick the reader into thinking things, and mix it up a bit. Nothing cliche please.

  9. Cupcakerum
    Cupcakerum September 28, 2012

    In a lot of the matches, I’ve already seen the two people fight each other a ton of times so its pretty predictable whos gonna win, they shouldn’t have the same people fight each other over and over, what do you think?

  10. dealy
    dealy November 3, 2012

    I used to enjoy watching award shows in the past because they weren’t so predictable and the media didn’t overexpose too many artists/actors, etc. But now, when I watch these award shows, they become so predictable, that it becomes boring and I don’t want anything to do with entertainment anymore. Especially when it comes to online voting because I believe that crap is rigged. Completely. So, what do you guys think.

  11. Echo
    Echo November 23, 2012

    I’m trying to write an analogy of how a book looks predictable but when you start reading, it’s actually pretty complicated

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