Mis-Information represents William Paskert’s memories of his twenty-eight year career as a telephone operator. It wasn’t the job he imagined he would end up in, but it’s the job that was granted him. Never a good student due to his dyslexia, he was simply looking for a regular paycheck. The type of job wasn’t as important as finding one that would allow him to successfully reach his monetary goals and to retire at a young age without too many scars. Mis-Information relives the journey of his working life in a format consisting of many amusing and poignant memories that occurred throughout his days as a telephone operator. William provides great insight into all the many capers that he was involved in over the years. The unique perspective of his thoughts about a telephone company and its uncaring attitude toward its employees, their morale or their futures, gives you the opportunity to visit the shallow world of insecure, uneducated, and nepotistic managers that represented the underbelly of the beast. Let William take you on a journey down the telephone line and into a world of electrons and machines that brought a world together, in a way like nothing less than the Internet, and continues to keep us all connected today.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publis, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111500757004