One of my nieces was talking to my sister about a discussion in her health class about nursing mothers, the use of wet nurses and how Salma Hayek had been in the news for nursing a starving African infant.
She was fairly repulsed by the wet nurse concept, and then went on to say that she wasn’t so sure she’d want to nurse her own babies if and when she has them although she knows it’s supposed to be healthiest for them.
Then she spits out this:
“And just let me tell you this! The minute one of my babies EVER bites my nipple! That kid? It is drinking out of the toilet for the rest of it’s life!!”
I’ve been a Sprint customer since 2001 and am the epitome of the lazy customer. You pretty much have to ask me to leave or shut off my service to get me to move, but their network has turned into such a piece of crap (text messages are always delayed or sometimes just never get there, etc.) and the phones are so behind the times that I just can’t take it anymore.
I am no fan of AT&T but am going there to get an iPhone.
Wondering why Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has time to wander around NYC telling people about Sprint products? Well, it’s apparently come to that. Sprint has lost another 1.1 million customers.
The truly sad part about this bit of news is that Wall Street considered it “good,” as Sprint was expected to have jettisoned far more of its customer base.
Way to look on the bright side. Keep pounding the pavement, Dan. Remember, he’s not just the CEO, he’s also a client.