Ten years ago, I wrote this frustrating rundown of trying to refill my laundry card. That was 10 years ago! And the sad thing is very little has changed. We have made some improvements, but the system still has some pretty big flaws in it, and the flaws are brain-snappingly stupid. Back in November, for […]
I think with this story, I’m about to sound like someone who just crawled out from under a very large rock, or a person who acts older than their actual age. Oh well, here goes, in the hopes that it might help someone else. I have said before that I hate picking out greeting cards […]
I was talking to someone over the weekend and at some point, the subject turned to the pandemic. Strange, I know. I made the point that if we have to go through an event like this, I’m glad that we’re doing it now rather than 30 or 40 years ago. Back then, we’d be screwed. […]
Ten megs of storage? Holy crap! I’m going to save a fortune on floppies and stamps!
Since the sensible among us are doing our Christmas virtually, and lots of people love Zoom, they’re being cool and lifting the time restrictions on free accounts for certain days during the holidays. Here’s exactly when Zoom will be removing the 40-minute limit: 10AM ET Thursday, December 17th, to 6AM ET Saturday, December 19th, for […]
Seriously, it’s like the most bleeding obvious thing. But here I am, thinking about what I might want to give and receive for Christmas this year, and the ability to subscribe someone else to something they would want through only like the biggest subscription platform in the world isn’t a thing I can do. And […]
I had no idea there were so many ways to spell pregnant. Perhaps I need to spend more time hanging out at Yahoo! Answers. No. I do not need that. No one does.
This isn’t bad. Thanks to all the assholes who made it possible, I guess. There can be a lot of negativity online, but rather than perpetuate the hate I wanted to make light of it. Hope you enjoy this – I wrote a Song Only Using Hate Comments – Madilyn Bailey
These Bizarre Ripoff ‘News’ Sites Have Turned Plagiarism Into A Business Scammers have cooked up a truly strange scheme to leech traffic from journalists. The fact that there are content mills on the internet that exist solely to rip off the hard work of legitimate reporters and writers while putting forth no effort of their […]
We have been wanting to solve this mystery for years, and the other day, we finally did, so I thought I’d pass on the solution. It started one day when Steve and I were sending emails to our buddy J. Steve was using Thunderbird, and J and I were using Outlook. For some reason, I […]