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Employee Counters Customer's Belligerence With Intelligence And Training

Let it be duly noted that engineers are dangerously sassy when they're bored. With that out of the way, this dude's account of dealing with a terribly belligerent customer is nothing short of glorious. Sometimes, the best course of action when confronted by a customer who seems bent on making your shift miserable is to counteract all of their toxic nonsense with pure brainpower. Check out another wonderful tale of malicious compliance with this man who followed contracted hours, and the destruction that ensued within management

Employee uses their intelligence and training to combat a customer's gross belligerence.
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TV Gets Damaged In Transit, Company Loses Millions

Man, what a prime example of how it can really just benefit a company to do the right thing when they have the chance. For whatever reason this company felt compelled to not fork over the $600 that they should've for a broken TV. Well, that BS decision went on to cost them dearly. 

TV gets damaged in transit, so company proceeds to lose millions | r/ProRevenge Join u/Champion5 3y Damage my TV transit and deny claim? No more shipments Not sure if this is "Pro" quality but some have asked post this here since they think is. 10 years ago moved my job had forgot about one my TV's back home and asked my dad ship on my companies account since they paid my move couple days later delivery driver Shipping Company drops off box heavily damaged so didn't sign He waited while
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County Mower Shreds Dad's Shrubs, Dad Revenges With Rebar

This tale of pro revenge involving an inconsiderate county mower and a dad who wasn't going to put up with anyone's nonsense reminds us of another revenge involving a steel-enforced mailbox and a snowplow. The grin on dad's face must've spanned from cheek to cheek. Sounds like the county mower was ultimately unsuccessful with trying to get dad to cough up cash for those broken blades too. Talk about the icing on the cake. 

County mower messes with dad's shrubs, so dad ends up taking revenge with rebar | r/ProRevenge u/SwizzleMalarki 1y Join County mower trimmed down our shrubs no reason. Go ahead and try again First time posting reading post on here about neighbor running over poles their yard and reminded this story. Also writing this my phone, so bear with Tl;dr at bottom 7 or 8 my dad planted row shrubs along front property. They started out as scrawny sticks, but fast-forward few years and they were big
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This gem of a throwback depicts Commander David Scott of the Apollo 15 showing what happens when you drop a hammer and a feather at the same time, when out there chilling on the moon. Basically, as per Galileo's findings, every object falls at the same rate regardless of mass. 

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So, usually in metalworking, you'd shape stuff by with a punch or a press. At least that's what Wikipedia says. Wikipedia also says that  hydroforming is the process of shaping metal using water pressure. For materials that are too strong or large for traditional hydroforming, one option is explosive forming, sometimes called explosive hydroforming. That's where the pressure used to shape metal comes from, you guessed it, an explosion. This ends our remedial knowledge of the complex processes involved with metalworking. Just watch the thing go bang.

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Just imagine for a terrible, daunting second that the internet wasn't a thing, and thus people would never have been able to discover this gem embedded in the heart of humanity. Seriously, what a situation we have going on here. 

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Dry Ice Loophole Makes Total Mockery Of Robotics Competition

There's something innately fascinating about seeing various human beings manage to make things in this crazy thing called "life" work, that look totally dumb when considered at surface level. 

A dry ice loophole ends up making a total mockery of a robotics competition.
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Software Developer Brings Justice To Evil Marketing Queen

Man, if there's one thing that always rings true, it is that nobody should ever be messing with folks in the IT department. In many ways the IT department consists of very smart individuals with the keys to the kingdom. Or least the skillset to engineer the kind of masterful revenge that's untraceable and utterly devastating. Sounds like this particular marketing queen was served the justice that she deserved. 

Check out some more gold from the IT world with this tech support employee who called a mean Karen's bluff.

A software developer brings justice to a nasty marketing queen | r/ProRevenge Join u/ImperiousChipmunk 2y Don't fuck with run world. All names and locations changed. About 10 years ago, on Neptune working my first software development job out university made websites, promotional material, and supplied equipment conferences and trade shows. So if company wanted booth at some event would produce everything and support them duration event. This is where came across Malificent. She charge
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Martial Arts Academy Skillfully Shuts Down Helicopter Parent

People that go out of their way to leave blatantly false reviews are the absolute worst. They're consciously working to bring down perfectly good business' reputations. It's garbage. Fortunately, this martial arts academy was ready to address the lies with pure masterful class. 

A martial arts academy masterfully shuts down a helicopter parent's review | 2 reviews 2 weeks ago Horrible experience! My son (3 years old) has been going there now three months and everything going great. He loved coaches and really enjoying himself. Then out nowhere Main Guy Bob pulls side and tells my son has been disruptive last few weeks. My son is 3 years old and at times doesn't put his %100 effort but he never disruptive. He acting like every other child his age s unfortunate this place
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Queen Karen, President Of The HOA Gets Defeated

Nothing quite warms our hearts like a tyrannical, shady, and genuinely mean Karen getting it in the end. This particular Karen was enforcing the rules while she wasn't abiding by the most important ones herself. This ultimately manifests in Karen's self destruction. Sounds like she lost everything. This revenge is borderline nuclear. 

Queen Karen, president of the HOA gets defeated | r/ProRevenge u/california-old-timer 17h Join 1 Taking down Queen Karen. President HOA Ok, this happened years ago 1985 be exact 45 this happened 81 now. So after my 2nd retirement started doing property management bought this 2500 square foot luxury home with sole intention renting out. Now didn't know bad HOA but became owner soon found out. This all took place 2 years time
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You probably didn't wake up thinking that you'd stumble upon a video of a dude absolutely crushing "Cliffs Of Dover" on an electric bassoon, but here we are. Sometimes the internet really churns up the gold when we least expect it. Turns out you can definitely shred on an electric bassoon. 

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Class Bully Gets Exposed For Cheating

Bullies are the worst. This particular scenario involving a class bully has that sweet, fairytale ending though. The bully gave their classmate a hard time for a monologue that took quite a bit of courage to present to the rest of the class. The thing is, the bully very clearly took a shortcut on their own book report, and only watched the movie. So, their classmate asked just the kind of question that exposed the bully's cheating to the rest of the class. Everyone just needs to play nice. 

A class bully gets exposed for cheating on their book report | r/pettyrevenge Join u/georgiemaebbw 30d 1 1 Nice "book" report class Bully expose cheating. So this happened early 90's high school and there girl who decided easy pickings bully, let's call her Becky shy, naieve, didn't have wit say anything back didn't have lot friends spent most my spare time reading my bedroom So she constantly saying stuff derogatory within ear shot hurt .
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Mean Step Dad Tricks Kid Out Of Laptop, Kid Takes His Car

Man, this step dad sounds like a real nasty piece of work. What kind of guy tricks his kid out of a perfectly fine laptop? Fortunately, the kid kept his wits about him, and managed to enact a true pro revenge in response. Just picturing the way that that step dad's jaw must've hit the ground when he saw the kid take that "broken" car for a joy ride around the block, is enough to make the heart swell in deep appreciation. It's also a beautiful car! 

A mean step dad tricks his kid out of a computer, so the kid tricks him out of a car | r/ProRevenge Join u/thekungfupanda 6h 1 1 1 1 4 1 Trick out my laptop give car. 13 years ago my late teens, living on my own and really struggling live financially. One few possessions had an old laptop. My laptop had stopped working properly and while fairly proficient using computer had no idea about fixing them did bit searching on internet but couldn't get working so ask my step dad take look. He has quick
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Owner Shorts Brewer's Hard-Earned Wages, Brewer Takes Revenge

This brewery owner is a prime example of one of those people who never should've been able to run his own business in the first place. The guy clearly had some gnarly knowledge gaps when it came to knowing the kind of stuff a brewery owner should, to run a successful business. I mean, the guy threw an Anniversary event and failed to advertise that the brewery made their own beers. That's some next level cluelessness. On top of being an oblivious owner, he participated in wage theft. Fortunately, our heroic brewer of the hour was ready to take his technical revenge. Don't screw over the guy who knows how to brew your company's beer. 

Boss tries to short brewer's wages, so brewer takes a masterful revenge | r/ProRevenge Join u/PissedBrewer 13h 1 destroyed brewery Nearly 20 years ago brewer at brewpub owner complete lunatic and an utter -hole. Before hired, he had already purchased brewery equipment, used closed microbrewery. Problem is literally 4 times larger than needed be size place, and top off he selling Big 3 beers too. And Pugsley system (brewers will know But made work, even got stupid Ringwald yeast behave. But only
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Naive Owners Fire Man With The Patents, Man Sells Design To Competitors

Those young business owners often think that they know everything. Well, this guy certainly humbled a couple naive business owners in the long run. On top of that, this guy's decision to introduce a design that would effectively ward off locker thieves was brilliant. There certainly was a period of time when so many of those lockers were way too easy for people to break into. 

Naive young business owners fire guy with the patents, so the guy sells design to competitors | r/ProRevenge Join u/kibufox 9h Don't fire guy who holds patents. This is not my story present sure, but did not see all personally. Rather, this is my father's story. So, some context. My father had degree mechanical engineering. Either masters, or doctorate had taken him years get, and he very proud Thanks his training, he had found his way working many well known companies; working primarily with
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