I'M SORRY ANONYMOUS COWARD, I CAN'T LET YOU DO THAT.
Filter error: Don't use so many caps. It's like YELLING. Nope, I'm just trying to emulate what was done on Tron and later revamped on Southpark. Stop being so fucking judgmental, you don't know me !
We're aliens! Hasn't Tom Cruise taught you people anything? Ya'll are never going to advance your Theta levels.
The whole design of that product is a bit too close for comfort.
Still original enough but the purpose is more than obvious.
Yes, darn that gay Russell T Davies and his "family-oriented" agenda.
He better start his own company, because the only idiot that would hire the guy is himself.
Can't wait to NOT BUY A DAMN THING from ANY COMPANY THAT BEARS HIS NAME.
The driver was knocked out with chloroform and then the umbrella was jammed between the seat and the gas pedal...
Honestly no matter what humans do to save or destroy the earth, in 4-5 billion years the sun is going to engulf the earth.
Me: Did you say 4-5 MILLION years?
4-5 billion years
Me: Whew! I was worried!
Note to self: consider trying to become MSFT's exclusive chair supplier.
Innovation at telus? LOL
Telus is pretty much regarded as the worst telecom company in BC. What have they innovated exactly? Switching their network from GSM to 3G to play catchup with rogers and fido? Or maybe its their innovative use of customer service staff and technicians who are more concerned that you are connected to the wrong department, instead of actually dealing with your problem. Perhaps its their innovative use of limiting your ability to buy services or support because your specific rep has taken a 5 week holiday?
They certainly innovate into auto enrolling you into $$$ telus branded cisco support contracts, which are EXACTLY the same contract provided direct by cisco, but you have to deal with brain dead man in the middle telus employees instead of the real technicians at cisco. Thanks for auto renewing my contract for the last 3 years for me! Whats that, you want me to pay an invoice for services that i did not even know i had, much less use? thats telus's new innovative billing!
But what would all that innovation be if you were allowed to run your own webserver on a residential connection? Good thing that telus doesnt let you run fuck all on any port under 1024! I certainly also loved how they innovated new ways of traffic shaping on even their supposedly open business connections. Or their innovative use of fibre splicing techniques that makes novus, rogers and a fucklot of other companies basically sit on their asses till a telus technician can crack a manual and connect two strands together. If there is one thing that telus innovates over all else, its new ways to sell customers equipment, and then send technicians out who get paid 120$ an hour to 'learn as they go' on it. I had no idea how much they loved to educate their employees at the expense of their customers uptime and cold hard cash. Thats innovative learning right there!
Lets see what else... they innovated a way to use 4 technicians to remove a single pay phone. Two to crimp and uncrimp the wires, and two more to TURN THE FUCKING BOLTS IN THE BASE OF THE PAYPHONE AND UNSEAT IT. (why dont you make that data connection modular, then we could just remove the payphone ourselves - to a dumbfounded look and then a stutter of; WE CANT DO THAT!!!)
Oh i got another one i just remembered. They innovated a way to sign you up for two cel phone contracts AT THE SAME TIME! how useful is that! you could like, talk to yourself? Their HTC and LG handsets which are carrier locked, 5 firmware versions behind, are certainly inspiring me to innovate new ways of airborn phone destruction.
So basically what I am trying to say I guess is this: Fuck Telus!!!!!!!
Melchett: Is this true Blackadder? Did Capt. Darling poo-poo you?
Blackadder: Well, perhaps a little.
Melchett: Well then damn it all what more evidence do you need? The poo-pooing alone is a court martial offense!
Blackadder: I can assure you, sir, that the poo-pooing was purely circumstantial.
Melchett: Well I hope so,
"Being against torture ought to be sort of a bipartisan thing." -- Karl Lehenbauer