March 27, 2010 3:50am CST
Just as I am typing this, a guy just left somewhat exasperated. I am in an internet cafe and this guy (he actually looked "g*y") was also using the computer next to mine and he was trying to get connected using the headphone. He kept on repeating "Hello, hello, hello...", then sensing that there seems to be no connection or whatever, he called the assistant who readily fixed the webcam and mic for him. I heard the assistant say, "It is now okay." So the guy again was saying "Hello, can you hear me? Can you hear me?" Silence. More "hellos" from him, then silence. For quite a time he didn't say anything. Did the other person not want to speak with him? It was obvious that he was there for that purpose, they probably agreed to talk at this particular time, but it was obvious that the other fellow was not available or was making himself unavailable for that encounter. The poor guy gathered the papers he had with him, stood up, and left the internet cafe without being able to speak with that person he was trying to get connected with. Has this ever happened to you? This really made me wonder a lot. What could have happened? Who was the person he was trying to contact? I know that this is none of my business but happenings like this never escapes my sensitive mind.
27 Mar 10
I think for sure that the computer of a guy has no sound driver. Or what the guy are using is your head phone.lol. Maybe it exchange you headphone because the assistant say its already okay. Maybe the headphone is on the wrong foot.
27 Mar 10
Well it is also possible that the problem is not with the pc that this poor guy is using. Maybe the other person on the other line is the one experiencing some technical difficulties but we will never know. Too bad they were not able to talk i mean it might be something important as you said hes holding some papers ,maybe if he just asked some more assistance from the assistant then he was able to fix the matter or at least told him that its not his pc that has a problem ;)