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Don't shoot me, I'm only the computer salesman (02 Mar 2006)
Shopping for computers is painful. Signs full of jargon, queues that barely move, questions you can't answer; and worst of all, those pesky sales staff lurking in the aisles, peering over your shoulder, waiting to pounce on you. Except when you actually want them, they'll have disappeared. However, loathe them as you may, do they deserve all the blame?
I ask because I'm a part-time computer salesman.
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