So, G+ is slowly becoming what Orkut was..
How was Orkut? (I remember it was popular among some segments)
Orkut was great! I got an invite, logged in and forgot about it for years until Google announced that they were killing it. Google+ on the other hand annoys the crap out of me. Lets hope that eventually Google will get back to their Orkut roots.
OK, so if they have a live studio audience, how is it they managed to make it sound exactly like the laugh track from the Brady Bunch? The outcome is terrible regardless of whether the source is recorded or live.
They traveled back in time to the day of your birth and trained you to be a misanthrope who detests the sound of live human laughter?
Just a guess. You already seem intent upon disregarding any aspect of reality that conflicts with your preconceived notions, so I may as well go big.
I find Seinfeld and That 70s Show, both filmed in front of a live studio audience to be funny and the audience laughter doesn't bother me in the slightest. There's something different about TBB. Maybe it's the writing, maybe the audience is prompted to laugh at every joke no matter how mediocre - either way, it's missing something or this thread wouldn't exist.
I've always considered the show to be "blackface" for nerds.
Or "White Chicks" for Monty Python writers.
How about we just lock up thieves?
I know it sounds a bit crazy, but not all thieves are drugs users and not all drug users are thieves.
Maybe not all drug users are thieves, but most addicts will eventually turn to desperate measures to obtain drugs including thievery and violence. Taking the funds that are currently used in the war on drugs and providing substance abuse assistance is likely to be far more effective than attempting to curtail the flow of drugs through other means.
Bitcoin, perfect for all your illegal extortion needs. What a shining endorsement!
Well, it has one major competitor for criminal activity - the US Dollar. Yeah, I'll take that endorsement.
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