Yeah I seriously don't understand why
Better collection of data if it's all in one app(the messenger app)
The reason for that is simple: they want people to use messanger as a default messaging application - instead of whatsapp, viber, SMS or whatever else people used.
I'm pretty sure messaging was built into the app originally and they moved over to having a separate messenger app a few years ago.
As a digital marketer I don't see any benefit to having the messenger separated from the main app, you would be able to filter for all the same engagement metrics regardless.
I'm sure upper management has some dumb reason for it, but I just don't see a benefit from a data collection perspective.
If anything this makes extra work for their data team as it would likely require them to pull 2 reports and limit their ability to compare metrics across the platforms, although this would be a fairly marginal obstacle for them.
And I saw a woman.... A blind woman, pacing up and down the hallway.
Even our officials know how to trigger us
You have lost... Your stripe
Don't ever go to that hospital.
That /u/[deleted] guy spams on so many subreddits. I'm surprised he hasn't been banned
Thats not bad at all. It could have been worse
Fuck that guy the other day he called me all kinds of names and then I couldn't even prove it!
KARMA COURT The People vs. u/[deleted]
It's spelled wrong The correct spelling is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
It'd be more infuriating if they mixed in numbers....
The misspelling makes it more secure. /s
Wow I can't believe they used that even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious.
One time i had a 12 hour lay over in frankfurt. I fell asleep in an empty terminal at 4:30 in the morning. I woke up at 4:00 in the afternoon to a packed airport. I'm sorry i took up 3 seats whoever might have been there. I was tired and hungry. I got sick from bad yogurt i bought at the food stand there and was having a pretty crappy day. I probably pissed people off like this guy did for OP.
Edit: i know that's 11.5 hours of sleep. I sleep a long time normally (9-10 hours is my optimal). I was working on no sleep for about 24 hours prior and my body decided i was gonna sleep forever.
Edit2: it was more like 5 chairs or 6 chairs. I'm a tall man so 3 would maybe be me curled up. The layover was closer to 13 hours thinking back. My math was off in my quick posting on my lunch break. I replied to some comments with more detail but it really isnt needed here.
I was running off of 3 hours or so of sleep followed by 24+ hours of no sleep so i was very tired.
Thank you for reading my airport story.
That was my guess too. It would take a LOT to get me face down in a seat of a million butts. He's probably having an absolute shittime of a day due to exhaustion, sickness, or whatever.
It'd probably be pretty easy if you wanted to OP
Okay maybe there was nobody else there when he lay down, and he's really exhausted, but still, hang your feet off the end, buddy! It would save a whole chair.
Did they get mad, though?
Or did you imagine they got mad?
"Did that happen?"
"No but could you imagine if it did?!"
Sidewalk is all the way on the other side though.. there is no sidewalk on the side they're on. You don't actually expect them to cross the street, do you?
All I'm seeing is someone taking pictures of strangers having a stroll on an empty street.
and it's not even a meme
That was my thought. Wtf do people think a meme actually is?
I remember when being a meme meant something. A meme really had to earn its status as a meme; duckroll, rick roll, who was phone?
It's like, "text on an image" became a meme, or people started calling it that, and then suddenly anything was a meme. Now it's like real memes don't actually exist anymore, like they went extinct.
meme mēm/ noun -an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation. -a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.
Looking at that makes me angry.
I'm glad I chose the proper subreddit.
My car has a "do not disturb mode" which prevents it from displaying my texts and calls on the screen cause I connect my phone with Bluetooth to play music. I had to shut it off because every time I started the car it would play about 5 seconds of music/radio then a robotic voice would go "Do. Not. Disturb. Mode. Activated." I just couldn't take it.
I love these messages. I love how they're seemingly programmed to only display after you've already started to drive, after you've picked out everything you need to do on your screen. I love how it feels like some industry designer's passive-aggressive attempt to get back at some bullshit legislation somewhere.
Just move your monitor a little bit to the right and that'll fix it
What's really actually happening: You anchored your taskbar to the left. Source: Happens to me all the time.
Should write down A/B/C/D for every answer and encircle whichever is correct.
Scantron solves this problem.
Everything is wrong about this: The #83, lack of attention to cutting this page into a half-sheet, and finally, the handwritten name title and hand drawn line. This teacher needs to be re-educated!
The true test was to see if you would put up with this bullshit.