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Monty Python star, John Cleese is open to debate if COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER has the best boss.

Monty Python star, John Cleese is open to debate if COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER has the best boss.

The international actor, voice actor, comedian, screenwriter, and producer begins his shout out in proper British fashion, "Hello. This is John Cleese. Or at least, it used to be before I died. I think I am dead now."

"I am very very old. There is very little difference at a certain point between being eighty and being dead."
In the late 1960s, John Marwood Cleese co-founded Monty Python, the comedy troupe responsible for the sketch show Monty Python's Flying Circus. Per good fortune, his amazing range of work will be enjoyed for many generations to come. The realistic outlook on age makes this generous appearance even more special. Mr. Cleese's time is very valuable.

"I still seem to be able to do short videos. short ones." Emerging from the Cambridge Footlights in the 1960s, Cleese specialises in satire, black comedy, sketch comedy and surreal humour. He became an instant legend at home and around the world.

The entertaining video continues with an acknoledgment of his loyal following in Central America, "And so. I am doing this for COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER fans." It was as a performer on The Frost Report that Cleese achieved his breakthrough on British television as a comedy actor, appearing as the tall, upper class patrician figure in the classic "Class" sketch. His unique talent was way ahead of his time and the tv audience knew it.

The message takes a funny approach towards the executive of the contact center when he firmly states, "And it has been booked, set up by Richard. Who, claims to be the best boss. So, you be the better judge of that. But, that's what Richard thinks!" In a 2005 poll of comedians and comedy insiders, The Comedians' Comedian, Cleese was voted second to Peter Cook. That, can be up for debate as well.

"And now, he wants a funny shout out from the best in the UK." Naturally, any telemarketer would love to have Mr. Cleese take a moment for some fun and laughter. Monty Python's Flying Circus ran for four seasons from October 1969 to December 1974 on BBC Television, though Cleese quit the show after the third. Cleese's two primary characterisations were as a sophisticated and a stressed-out loony. Many BPO agents can easily relate.

"You celebrated your 12th year recently." Cleese (and the other members of Python) have contributed their services to charitable endeavours and causes—sometimes as an ensemble, at other times as individuals. Their humour often involved ordinary people in ordinary situations behaving absurdly for no obvious reason. A solid run in film and TV takes dedication, structure and discipline. Mr. Cleese can understand the long road CCC has traveled to last in the cmpetitive nearshore BPO industry.

"I dont know what you do. You are a call center.Are you?" It can be a challenge to keep a consistant rhythm and be able to produce a top quality service and product. CCC has maintained our character, excellence and tradition to ensure the best customer support for our clients as Mr. Cleese felt the same needed for his audience. Though Flying Circus lasted four series, by the start of series 3, Cleese was growing tired. He felt, too, that the show's scripts had declined in quality.

"Anyway, you celebrated your twelth year anniversary and I want to mention your classic art deco building."From 1970 to 1973, Cleese served as rector of the University of St Andrews His election proved a milestone for the university, revolutionising and modernising the post. We are confident that a majestic building can encourage creativity, morale and a special spirit to become a better performer.

Naturally, an artist needs a work life balance. Our call center has the best employee perks and the coolest office game room. Mr. Cleese could help but to mention our special office culture, "neon marquees,your jukebox arcade and 11 pinball machines.

"Your 70's ..No, 50's cafe" Regardless of the era, Barrio Aranj

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