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Just to flag up the funniest, laugh-out-loud piece of journalism I’ve read this year:
They are one of the irritations of modern life – prerecorded messages that tell us to press a button in order to join a queue to speak to a real person. But who are the people behind the disembodied voices? Jon Ronson meets them
Read it on Guardian Unlimited.