Skip to comments.Panda coverage? 6 funny and disturbing live chats with Obamacare marketplace reps
Posted on 09/27/2013 9:27:10 AM PDT by Rusty0604
You have to chat it (or troll it) to find out whats in it. And live chats with the HealthCare.gov Health Insurance Marketplace are going pretty much as expected.
Were laughing so we dont cry.
Up first: Where do all the sad pandas and lab mice go to get coverage under the Adorable Care Act?
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I think I'll go have a chat
This is awesome.
I’d love to know who’s on the keyboard at the other end.
Recently hired IRS Obamacare administrator attorneys and accountants? Or Indians at a call center in Bangalore?
I for one, and may be the only one, hope the Twitter craze ends quickly.
What a disjointed cacophony of people who seem to have an exaggerated sense of self importance.
Herding cats would seem to be easier than attempting to garner any intelligent information out of that digital data storm.
Hahahahaha...that was good!
Reads like a computer reply. It takes a portion of the question or comment in the first part of the comment and then directs the questioner to ask a question that may have a canned reply in the database.
People are chatting with a computer and think they are yanking the chains of real people.
An opportunity for a Turing Test.
I'm guessing Indians assisted by an AI application.
The replies seemed to have correct grammar and spelling, which crosses out some segments of the population.
Twitchy is great for this stuff.
The ongoing “fight” between Pat Sajak and Greg Guttfield is awesome.
No cursive involved, and AI does the “talking.” The keyboard monkey just has to push the right button.
I don’t know, I like to follow Sarah Palin, Senator Ted Cruz, Jim Rickards, etc., the list is endless of people with an “exaggerated sense of self importance”.
You can live chat on healthcare.gov with your computer.
You are not alone. I rail against it almost daily and Mrs. B.S. Roberts is probably getting quite sick of it.
When I first became familiar with the test, I thought it would really be something when it was impossible to tell if one was talking to a real person or with a computer. Unfortunately, the general population has become so stupid, it is no longer a challenge. The thought doesn’t even occur to most. All that is left to do is program poorer grammar rules, the latest slang, some bad spelling, and good to go.
Kinda like most of my post on FR.
The human in the loop has to have english reading comprehension, which still leaves out certain segments.
I’m no fan of facebook but I don’t rail on about it like a moron.
I like twitter because it plays to conservative strengths. Conservatives are much better at expressing complex thoughts in minimal space leading to an endless parade liberal ass whipping.
If conservatives want to get their message out to all demographics, we need to embrace all methods of communication.
I just had a live chat with them about a special circumstance I have and I swear you are right !
I wish I could post it here but it would give out too much personal info. It is a riot. They don’t even listen to your question, they just keep saying go to healthcare.gov (which is where you already are for the chat).
They’re probably formerly employed 40 hour/week workers wnow
employed 29 hours a week and reading a script.
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