You must be just a miserable person.
I disagree. My good friends Gordon Ramsey and Simon Cowell say I am quite fun and an "all-around cheery bloke"
Here is a little tip for life, being overly critical of everything isn't proof that you are smart or know what you are talking about. I like the show, however sometimes I feel they go too far to try to portate the stereotype of the geek, but once you realise that, just let it slide and enjoy the show.
Not to be "overly critical of everything" but you just had two typos.
You probably won't get a life awakening moments in it, but get a few chuckles out of it.
Neither happened. Perhaps this is the new way of the
- Not funny
- Not brainy
- Not relevant
It's like 9gag in full tilt, minus the images.
I would argue that it was difficult to say but easy to prove.
I don't see your name anywhere. Were you even hired for this gig?
China can steal all the designs they want, but without successfully implementing the designs, I'm honestly not that concerned.
North Korea buys from China. Are you scared now?
insert Steve Jobs supreme being statement here
*phew* day saved.
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What is so evil that this needs to be on every news feed in the world?
Microsoft is a business that is attempting to sell a rather expensive (~$100 and up) product to consumers.
Oh, you mean it's not freeware?
Can't find the start button? Yes it's damn annoying I agree, but New Coke sucked all around. Windows 8 isn't all about a single button. A keyboard you aren't used to will ruin your life much more miserably, but do you call Dell and tell them the computer should go in the garbage? It's time people got used to this mess. Yes as a hardcore 24 hours a day user it is definitely a mess and why we can't get to the shutdown or log off screen with a click is frustrating. You are not going to sell businesses on this model the way it is right now. But it is not going to make anyone go out and change their life. Let the insane and moaners do whatever makes them feel better. I will donate a leper to your cause.
EPA's Jim Jones stated, “There are non-trivial costs to society if we get this wrong. There are meaningful benefits from these pesticides to farmers and to consumers, as well as for affordable food.” May R. Berenbaum, head of the department of entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a participant in the study, said “There is no quick fix. Patching one hole in a boat that leaks everywhere is not going to keep it from sinking.”"
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