Someone had epic Excel skills.
You could say they excel at using it
They'd enjoy this over at /sub/dataisugly
They'd give it thousands of upvotes over at /sub/dataisbeautiful too
That place has no real eye for good data
When a consumer knows that a particular mobile phone doesn't have a headphone jack but buys it anyways therefore letting Apple know that it was alright to delete the headphone jack.
Then maybe don't buy that phone lol
Me 10 minutes ago: Ugh if it bothers you so much you could've just gotten a different phone.
Me now: Oh I understand his viewpoint and respect him as a complex adult capable of making decisions.
Me in the AT&T store: cmon it can't be that bad
Me now: well at least I only have to hate myself for two years
"We recommend you help us make money"
They try this every time you install a security update. I think Flash did the same.
And if you really have to use Java or Flash, you really don't want to stop keeping them up to date.
There are some secret registry keys that will make this stop, because system administrators insisted on it. You don't want your employees to stop installing security updates out of fear of getting a toolbar.
"We unashamedly lie for money."
from an ASUS laptop is even more egregious. You couldn't even boot to the desktop without agreeing.
More like you had one job, huh OP? The broom in the background tells me that this was taken before the guest arrived. And who but the staff would have occasion to take this picture in that case?
Staged, is what I’m saying.
Its almost as if someone ::cough:: OP ::cough:: flipped it around to whore karma.
Yeah OP, you better do some talking!
it's time for banana bread
You must work for a pizza place.
Cause you delivered.
This is why you don't buy b o n e l e s s bananas
When you play tetris and accidentally hit the rotate button just as the block hits the bottom.
Would have been funnier if you turned the other one around so they are both wrong, but symmetrical.
When you play tetris pipe dream and accidentally hit the rotate button just as the block hits the bottom.
This reminds me of those Steam reviews where the reviewer gives a good game a negative review and says "Don't look at the negative reviews, this game rocks!"
Pretty much a waste of everyone's time.
almost as infuriating as a five star review that says "just arrived can't wait to try it out"
I find the "This game sucks" ~ 326 hours played always gives me a smirk. Well? Which is it?
Or "Bought as a gift, she is going to love it!" five stars.
Malaria is cureable. The cure is just expensive and inaccesiable to a lot of people.
It is not like she is raising money to research a cure for her own good. She's probably in good health by now
How are the two events, punching the bathroom attendant, and raising money for malaria, connected?
They're just saying "She did something bad, and then she did something completely unrelated which was good."
The second action would only redeem the first if the bathroom attendant had malaria and she paid for his/her treatment.
Isn't the cure not 100% though? When I was deployed we were supposed to take "malaria prevention" antibiotics every day.
According to the CDC website, it is curable
In general, malaria is a curable disease if diagnosed and treated promptly and correctly.
Malaria is still a nasty disease and takes a lot of time to heal. You could suffer relapses even years after the initial infection, and of course, no treatment is 100% effective and people still die of malaria even with the proper treatment.
Most people answer because it comes to you in an email. They probably think they are just responding back to a person asking the question.
I know an elderly who received this type of emails and answered questions. She genuinely thought it was Amazon asking her and not a random person.
I love the reviews, 5 stars for "I just got it today. Fast Delivery! I haven't opened it and used it though!"
I am so tired of these posts. Amazon often sends emails asking for feedback. An older person or someone who isn't computer savvy might think that the email was addressed to them specifically, and that their response would be vetted before being posted.
This would work well if you could put your phone in the shoulder pocket of your shirt.
Oh, shirts don't come with pockets in the shoulders? Then yeah this is probably a horrible design
It's not horrible, it's actually just how it's supposed to be.
I've had a similar set on my old Sony Ericsson phone, it's just that OP is missing
That earphone with a long cable goes over the back of your neck, so you can take both earphones out and they just hang there.
they're for these. The player clips onto your collar and the long end goes behind the neck to the ear on the other side.
Sony Ericsson earphones, right?
If I remember correctly they plug into an adapter and it's designed so one can wrap around your neck. I think...