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Comment: April Fools (Score 2) 286

by itsmilesdavis (#42660639) Attached to: Three Low-Tech Hacks for Phones and Tablets
Is this an early April Fool's Day joke? This is the worst 'article' posting that I've ever seen on slashdot. I don't jump on the "slashdot has gone downhill" bandwagon, but...seriously? A spare battery and extremely ugly furniture? Thanks, but no thanks.

If you have an ugly furniture setup in your home, then please, please don't post pictures on the internet and encourage others to copy it. You should be slightly embarrassed of your setup. Very poor aesthetics. No wonder you don't have to worry about "company" in bed.

If decent looking furniture is out of your price range, that's okay. However, don't brag about your terrible design philosophy.

Comment: Re:The obvious questions (Score 1) 213

by itsmilesdavis (#41324889) Attached to: Australia Attorney General Proposes New Laws To Stop Twitter Trolls
I have no problem with guns, large sodas, free speech, and freedom of religion. But, thank you for making assumptions about my beliefs based on the article that I posted (which had nothing to do with these issues -- except your narrow minded view on money=free speech). I DO have a problem with a very small number of ultra rich people polluting our political system and society with negative ads. Especially when these ads from outside groups predominately support one party -- the Republicans. Next time, take a minute out of your day to read an article before you respond to it with blatant stupidity.

"Most of us, when all is said and done, like what we like and make up reasons for it afterwards." -- Soren F. Petersen