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Comment: here's my deal (Score 0, Troll) 216

by Osgeld (#47413101) Attached to: Avast Buys 20 Used Phones, Recovers 40,000 Deleted Photos

since I am not a crack addict and have to buy a new phone every 14 months, and usually the phone I buy is the cheapest I can get without contract (which actually gets you some decent android's now days) by the time I am ready to get a new phone, its not worth the time to even post on ebay, toss that shit in the wood chipper (minus battery), keep in mind the last phone I tossed was a 2005 windows phone model (I have newer phones but keep them as backups)

phone junkies are almost as bad as crack addicts, who cares if their precious images of orlando ends up on 4chan, their tits will anyway

Comment: Re:Once upon a time in America... (Score 1) 252

by Osgeld (#47411979) Attached to: US Tech Firms Recruiting High Schoolers (And Younger)

yes they did for a VERY VERY BRIEF PERIOD, pre WWII little billy went to the saw mill before school and on weekends to earn the family a couple bucks, your dream like state of euphoria in suburbia only happened for a few decades, every other year recorded in history childeren worked to help support the family.

Comment: Re:And guess how many vacation days we Americans g (Score -1, Troll) 710

by Osgeld (#47311535) Attached to: Workaholism In America Is Hurting the Economy

I got 2 weeks up front for signing the paper on my first day of an entry level job + federal holidays, dunno what your problem is other than being a doormat.

I know some bleeding heart is going to pop in and say economy and joblessness rates and blah blah blah, well I started in early 2012, and was unemployed since early 2011 and still worked nearly every single day thanks to one up jobs from the computer store around the corner when they got overwhelmed and seasonal temp jobs for more than minimum wage.

the days I didnt work I was at multiple temp agencies and admittedly I sat on my ass for a couple weeks floating on savings after the initial fact. So don't boo hoo cause you grabbed the first trinket on the shelf and are now stuck with it

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