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Intel supports epilepsy AND tinnitus

January 23rd, 2012 · Comments Off on Intel supports epilepsy AND tinnitus · Advertising, Stupidity, TV, Videos

I’m very grateful that we can watch full episodes of the Daily Show on Comedy Central’s website. Hell, if they had a subscription plan, I’d pay for that. Instead, they try very hard to sell ads. Clearly, no one is buying these ads, because they show the same two ads, over and over again, often […]

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Crapture

May 21st, 2011 · 1 Comment · Religion, Stupidity

From a Reuters article about Family Radio Network’s Harold Camping’s prediction for Judgment Day taking place today at 6 p.m In New York, retired transportation agency worker Robert Fitzpatrick was inspired by Camping’s message to spend over $140,000 of his savings on subway posters and outdoor advertisements warning of the May 21 Judgment Day. As […]

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Contact us, or not

February 27th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Customer Service, Sidekick, Stupidity

I figure for as long as I run into consistent issues with web services on the Sidekick, I might as well complain about it to T-Mobile consistently. But I am not going to waste time on the phone. I’ll just send them an email every day outlining the problem. The T-Mobile website has a handy […]

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The active ingredient is bullshit

March 21st, 2007 · Comments Off on The active ingredient is bullshit · Reviews, Stupidity

In case there was any doubt that cosmetic companies just out-and-out lie about what their products do, there’s finally a product that leaves no doubt. Clarins, a British cosmetics manufacturer, has introduced Expertise 3P. What does this miracle product do? Magnetic Defence Complex protects skin from the ageing effects of Artificial Electromagnetic Waves. Clarins Anti-Pollution […]

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Innovating the obvious

March 13th, 2007 · Comments Off on Innovating the obvious · Gadgets, Stupidity

I had the pleasure of renting a car that had the most useful high-tech gadget I’ve seen in a car in a long time. Or more precisely, most useful gadget on a car stereo: a line-in jack on the front panel. You’d think that after almost a decade of portable electronic audio gear, and years […]

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