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Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 19:24 • by Charles (unregistered)
258234 in reply to 258121
Actually not all signs in Quebec must be ONLY in French, especially close to the US border where you can see a lot bilangual signs. BTW, try France... they too write their signs in French, now that's weird!! Because Quebec is a French province lost in the English North America, most signs don't have any text and use pictograms. It has several advantages, even people that can't read (10-15% of people) can drive correctly, where in the US, you can see a lot of people driving reverse in a one-way road or being surprised when a lane merges. Moreover, in the US, they just make so many mistakes in their signs, I mean, your primary language is English... there's not excuses for Xing instead crossing :P

If you ever try to complain about mistranslations from French to English, please remember that the other way around has a lot more funny samples, and some dangerous too. Made in Turkey was often translated to Fait en dinde (Make of Turkey meet), and trust me if I tell that nobody speaking French would write such an idiocy.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 19:37 • by hi (unregistered)
Couldn't Gay be Gary without the r.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 19:53 • by Andy (unregistered)
258237 in reply to 258234
Charles:
It has several advantages, even people that can't read (10-15% of people) can drive correctly,

Wow, Quebec must have poor education!!

Here in USA, the literacy rate over age 15 is 99%!

Source: CIA World Factbook 2008

(PS. Canada's literacy rate over age 15 is also 99%.)

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 20:07 • by CynicalTyler (unregistered)
258238 in reply to 258237
Andy:
Charles:
It has several advantages, even people that can't read (10-15% of people) can drive correctly,

Wow, Quebec must have poor education!!

Here in USA, the literacy rate over age 15 is 99%!

Source: CIA World Factbook 2008

(PS. Canada's literacy rate over age 15 is also 99%.)

It's fairly obvious that Charles is suggesting Quebec has a relatively high proportion of drivers under 15 years of age.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 20:14 • by Americium (unregistered)
258239 in reply to 258076
jspenguin:
Obviously, "Gay" is the cashier's name -- probably short for Gaylord. Maybe he actually is gay, and doesn't mind the nickname. Or, his name could be "Bob" and his co-workers are playing a prank on him.

As for the IBM check, just be glad it wasn't this:



You're lucky geometric series converge. Otherwise, you'd owe Verizon an imaginary and infinite amount of money.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 20:49 • by Carnildo
258240 in reply to 258215
Fast Eddie:
justsomedude:
Bappi:
Zapp Brannigan:
If you live in the US you should know it's not a democracy, it's a constitutional republic. Prior to the civil war we didn't refer to ourselves as the United States, the union was referred to as "these states united." Some of us still believe in individual and states rights.

Really? Are you quite sure? 'Cos I once read this document, called "constitution", which starts out with "We the People of the United States," and then goes on blabbering about more perfect onions and stuff.

Oh, and the fact that the US is a constitutional republic (I'll take it as fact for the sake of argument, but I have my doubts, given your track record), does not mean it is not a democracy. You see, my car is a four-door sedan, and it is a silver car! At the same time! It's incredible!


A pure democracy is majority rule. It's 50.1% get's to tell the other 49.9% what to do and how to do it. Pure democracies are mob rule, which is scary.

Technically you are both wrong, the proper way to refer to the system of government in the US is "a democratically elected constitutional republic".

The real battle isn't democracy vs. no democracy, that's just rhetoric distraction. Republic vs. Oligarchy is the real battle to focus on.

Actually we are living in a kakistocracy...


Technically, it's a rotational kakistodemocracy.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 21:06 • by TK (unregistered)
258241 in reply to 258230
Bobbo:
You guys should come to the U.K. for a bit and try our system of political apathy. The rules are:

Both major political parties are pretty much the same bunch of selfish swindlers who couldn't give a rat's ass about the people they're supposed to be representing, just as long as the expense claims get signed off (check out our current string of corruption stories on this topic).

Okay. Sounds exactly like the US so far.
Meanwhile over at Joe Public's house, nobody gives a rat's ass who's in power but instead complains about the government-du-jour, in private so nobody hears them voicing opinions, and when election time comes round they either can't be bothered voting because it "won't make any difference" or votes one of the above bunch back in.

This also sounds almost exactly like the US. Except it seems people are starting to wake up from their apathetic comas. The tea parties have been the best thing to happen here for a century!

The best part is the huge numbers of Democrats and Republicans attending. In the past, the Democrats have tended to blame Republicans for everything, and Republicans blame Democrats for everything, when in fact both side are guilty of the exact same crimes.

Finally people are starting to realize both parties are full of scumbags and need to be reformed or replaced.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-24 21:13 • by Silverhill (unregistered)
258242 in reply to 258239
Americium:
You're lucky geometric series converge. Otherwise, you'd owe Verizon an imaginary and infinite amount of money.
No. As has been pointed out already, e^(i*pi) is not imaginary, despite containing an 'i'. It equals a real number: -1.


captcha: nimis -- Nim is, or Nim is not. Or both, if Nim follows Zen.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 00:33 • by Chris M. (unregistered)
I hope that the Kroger customer wasn't at one of their uScan registers...

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 02:59 • by Anonymous (unregistered)
If you like this comment, I can airbrush the text out.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 05:49 • by beerful
I spent 3 minutes filling in that survey... and I don't even qualify for a damn sticker! :(

Damn you Microsoft. Damn you.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 08:43 • by Code Dependent
258307 in reply to 258241
TK:
Finally people are starting to realize both parties are full of scumbags and need to be reformed or replaced.
In my case, it's the other way around. I have always had the view that both parties are full of scumbags, and that voting is therefore pointless.

And then came Dubya.

I had always assumed that the basics of our constitution would continue on throughout all the self-serving bullshit. I had also assumed that we would never declare preemptive war on any country. Suddenly the Cheney Administration--oh, excuse me, I mean the Bush administration--was systematically dismantling the constitution and declaring war on Iraq with no reason.

I woke up. I sat up. I said, "This is bullshit. Something's gotta be done." And it was as a direct result of our invasion of Iraq and the subsequent gradual unfolding of Dubya's plan to declare himself above all law, that I got involved in politics for the first time and started voting.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 09:25 • by Code Dependent
258309 in reply to 258233
pink_fairy:
Not sure that a chilean cab-sauve at the end of a rotten week is actually an upper.

Now, you're obviously a thoughtful man. Well, you might not be thoughtful as such, but:

You're obviously an observant man. There. We're getting closer to it.
As you wish. I miss clues from time to time. I pick up on them from time to time, too.
pink_fairy:
You have form -- I mean, serious form, although I can't be bothered to dig that form up and quote it here -- in making a point of fairly quoting the thing you're replying to. (Gwynhyfaer was even better at this. I miss Gwynhyfaer.)
The reference is lost on me; sorry. Former TDWTF poster? Must have been before my time, and I've been here a long time (about five years). Former other-forum poster? Well, then, I may be forgiven for not knowing.
pink_fairy:
And what sort of a quote can you manage? One word. No photo of your wankel rotary engine, either.
They don't use those any more. However, for your edification, here is my babycar sans clothing:
pink_fairy:
Newspapers die; it was a fact before the Internet Ague.

Fanzines die. I don't know the average lifespan of a fanzine, but I'd guess around four to eight years. ( I was put on the spot once when they built a radio station around me and asked me how long the Sunday Correspondent would last. "Ooh, if it's like a fanzine," I opined blurrily, "it's got about thirty-eight issues left."

I believe the Sunday Correspondent died at issue 39.
That's why I say nice shot. Nice shot, man.
That's why I say nice shot. Nice shot, man.
pink_fairy:
But you can do your bit for The Daily WTF!

No more One Word Quotes!
I like to focus in, for the reader's sake, on exactly what I'm responding to. Or, on that to which I'm responding, if you're going to go pedantic on me... but then, you never do; you have bigger fish to filet.
pink_fairy:
* French sequence snipped *

I'm sick of this. This site is degenerate. I give it two years. Then death.

I'm not Cassandra, but I know whereof I speak.

Bye!
Knock it off. First Real_Aardvark, now you. You visionaries have a duty to the rest of us, to stick around and see this thing through to the bitter end, so that we may feed from your sometimes insightful, usually esoteric, often pointless drivel as we strive to comprehend the greater nature of things and ascend to that pinnacle of understanding where we may finally use the word "grok" in relation to "I". You miss Cassandra? I miss Real_Aardvark.
CynicalTyler:
pink_fairy:
Bye!
What was her problem?
Dunna be messin' aboot wi' things ye kin nowt aboot.

Addendum (2009-04-25 09:59):
My "You miss Cassandra?" actually should have said "You miss Gwynhyfaer?"

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 15:41 • by Steve (unregistered)
258318 in reply to 258242
Silverhill:

Americium:

You're lucky geometric series converge. Otherwise, you'd owe Verizon an imaginary and infinite amount of money.

No. As has been pointed out already, e^(i*pi) is not imaginary, despite containing an 'i'. It equals a real number: -1.

I believe the point Americium is making is that e^(i*pi) is not imaginary because geometric series converge (or rather, the proof that e^(i*pi) is not imaginary is based on the convergence of geometric series)

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 15:59 • by methinks (unregistered)
Wait... M$ is sponsoring TDWTF?!?

WTF...

Thinking about it, I guess somehow it does fit - even more so, as some posters reported that the linked M$-survey can never be finished because the last page is missing...

*lol*

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-25 18:23 • by ContraCorners
258322 in reply to 258307
Code Dependent:
TK:
Finally people are starting to realize both parties are full of scumbags and need to be reformed or replaced.
In my case, it's the other way around. I have always had the view that both parties are full of scumbags, and that voting is therefore pointless.

And then came Dubya.

I had always assumed that the basics of our constitution would continue on throughout all the self-serving bullshit. I had also assumed that we would never declare preemptive war on any country. Suddenly the Cheney Administration--oh, excuse me, I mean the Bush administration--was systematically dismantling the constitution and declaring war on Iraq with no reason.

I woke up. I sat up. I said, "This is bullshit. Something's gotta be done." And it was as a direct result of our invasion of Iraq and the subsequent gradual unfolding of Dubya's plan to declare himself above all law, that I got involved in politics for the first time and started voting.

Well, Code... I often enjoy your posts and I'm glad you're writing here. Welcome to the world of the politically active. Our country might be well served if both closed up shop and went home, but that doesn't mean a citizen shouldn't vote. There are differences, small though they may seem.

Just to clear up a minor point... The Bush Administration didn't declare war on Iraq. If war had been declared (and I don't think it ever was) it would have been the Senate that declared it. Under Article 1 of the US Constitution, the power to declare war is reserved for the Senate.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.articlei.html

I understand what you're saying even with the factual errors. I just think that avoiding obvious mis-statements will force your opponents to focus on the content of your message. "They" won't be able so say, "oh what do you know about it? You thought the President could declare war..."

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-26 10:13 • by Bobbo
258345 in reply to 258309
Code Dependent:
pink_fairy:
...wankel rotary engine...


They don't use those any more.


Yes they do.

Just sayin' like!

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-26 17:28 • by CoyneT (unregistered)
258362 in reply to 258177
Zapp Brannigan:
If you live in the US you should know it's not a democracy, it's a constitutional republic. Prior to the civil war we didn't refer to ourselves as the United States, the union was referred to as "these states united." Some of us still believe in individual and states rights.


Now that (the underlined part) is just plain wrong.

I quote the preamble of the United States Constitution:

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

I don't know who you learned the "these states united" bit from, but you need to check a few of their facts.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 08:51 • by Bob (unregistered)
258416 in reply to 258362
CoyneT:

I don't know who you learned the "these states united" bit from, but you need to check a few of their facts.


I think that was in "National Treasure 2" -- the first one also had some mistakes (e.g. they said 55 men signed the Declaration instead of 56)

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 10:22 • by Code Slave
258450 in reply to 258110
Ed:
Code Slave:

The flag thing makes sense for an Australian company (which it is), or one doing international business.

Of course, the WTF is in whomever sent it out without proofing (or answering the graphic artist's question)

That or stealing the artist proof of concept image without payment.


No, I thought about that, but the text is on top of the image in the PDF, not in the image it self (so it's not a watermark to discourage copyright infringement).

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 11:51 • by operagost
258459 in reply to 258145
Dargason:
It is gratifying to see that unisex water fountains have finally made their way to Middle Tennessee...

The evils of segregation have finally been eradicated!

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 12:05 • by operagost
258460 in reply to 258191
Code Dependent:
Blue state / red state. Let's think about this. Red = we can imprison without charge, torture, deny legal counsel, deny trial, wiretap our own citizens without cause, without judicial approval, all in the name of "protecting our rights and freedoms".

Blue = we have to live according to our ideals.

Who wants to erase the flag, again?

Based on your lies and meaningless drivel (whose ideals?), I'm not sure.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 12:13 • by operagost
258463 in reply to 258307
Code Dependent:
TK:
Finally people are starting to realize both parties are full of scumbags and need to be reformed or replaced.
In my case, it's the other way around. I have always had the view that both parties are full of scumbags, and that voting is therefore pointless.

And then came Dubya.

I had always assumed that the basics of our constitution would continue on throughout all the self-serving bullshit. I had also assumed that we would never declare preemptive war on any country. Suddenly the Cheney Administration--oh, excuse me, I mean the Bush administration--was systematically dismantling the constitution and declaring war on Iraq with no reason.

I woke up. I sat up. I said, "This is bullshit. Something's gotta be done." And it was as a direct result of our invasion of Iraq and the subsequent gradual unfolding of Dubya's plan to declare himself above all law, that I got involved in politics for the first time and started voting.

So how do you like Obama so far? He's appointed several tax cheats-- ironically, one of them now heads the Treasury-- and spent trillions of dollars via a bill no one read. He claimed he would not raise taxes on anyone making less than $250K (not that that isn't a socialist WTF in itself), then imposed a stifling tobacco tax that mostly affects the middle and lower classes. It's supposed to both fund CHIP and stop people from smoking-- which makes no sense because if it works (despite the fact that government has no right to make health choices for us) then CHIP has no funding. He's bowed to foreign despots and appeared weak to both our enemies and allies by making vague apologies for our behavior. He's claimed that he would move forward and not go after anyone for interrogation tactics that were considered acceptable by the President and Congress in the past-- then backpedaled and started the witch hunt anyway.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 12:59 • by blindman (unregistered)
258469 in reply to 258220
Code Dependent:
pink_fairy:
blindman:
Also, isn't is shameful what the group Dire Straits did to besmirch the heterosexuals? Appalling.
I have no idea what you're talking about, but at least you've given me the chance to foist my favourite joke on you.
Cute, with the diarh-etc. Nevertheless, I assume he's referring to the 1980's song "Les Boys".

Jeez, you people!
Gay:Homosexual
Strait:Heterosexual
OK, admittedly it wasn't all that funny, especially without the context of the original post, but I shouldn't have to spell it out for you!

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 12:59 • by chris (unregistered)
EMONSTER ftw!

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 16:06 • by Aaron
Anybody know where that change machine sign came from? I swear I've seen it before, here in Toronto, and I'm racking my brain trying to figure out where.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 16:15 • by 0 (unregistered)
258500 in reply to 258161
Fast Eddie:

That is a lucid, intelligent, well thought-out objection. ... Overruled.

I consider it on topic given the photo's quote.


...I still don't get where you're getting some kind of liberal or blue-state idealism from this photo.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 17:49 • by Silverhill (unregistered)
258508 in reply to 258318
Steve:
Silverhill:
Americium:
You're lucky geometric series converge. Otherwise, you'd owe Verizon an imaginary and infinite amount of money.
No. As has been pointed out already, e^(i*pi) is not imaginary, despite containing an 'i'. It equals a real number: -1.
I believe the point Americium is making is that e^(i*pi) is not imaginary because geometric series converge (or rather, the proof that e^(i*pi) is not imaginary is based on the convergence of geometric series)
Not quite. While e^(i*x) in general depends on convergence to generate a value, the case with x = (odd integer multiple of pi) is simpler because it gets rid of that inconvenient i. cos(x) + i*sin(x) then becomes simply cos(pi) = -1. (Yeah, you could still work out in painful detail the explicit values of that convergent series, using as good an approximation for pi as desired -- but you'd still get -1, and nobody would bother doing it that way when they already knew the "shortcut".)

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 18:12 • by Get Shorty (unregistered)
How do short people read the sign for the short persons basin...? It's a very long way up!!!

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 18:25 • by Peter (unregistered)
258511 in reply to 258097
Fast Eddie:
Actually, if the company was based in a Blue State, they probably WOULD want the US flag airbrushed out...

I'm just sayin'

Last I heard the blue states were quite happy in the US and it was Texas who wanted to secede.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 21:49 • by methinks (unregistered)
258546 in reply to 258226
pink_fairy:
Zapp Brannigan:
The South & Linux forever!
Linux is just one of those things. It's a nice home-brew project, but just like something from Albuquerque in 1980, with similar intentions: it'll break your heart, my man.

Basically, it's shit. Fanatically tightly coded shit. Not, in my opinion, a real operating system. (...)


Ah, you mean not a real operating system like, say, Windows?

;oP

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-27 23:28 • by jugis (unregistered)
258562 in reply to 258345
Bobbo:
Code Dependent:
pink_fairy:
...wankel rotary engine...


They don't use those any more.


Yes they do.

Just sayin' like!

Suck, Squeeze, Bang and Blow
LOL

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-29 10:41 • by accessibility (unregistered)
258911 in reply to 258143
Tall: This is my pointless comment.

Short: This is my pointless comment.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-29 22:10 • by Code Dependent
Probably nobody's reading this thread any more. I was busy after my last post over the weekend, and only returned here tonight (Wednesday). On the off chance any of you look in, here are my responses.

ContraCorners: thanks for the clarification. My term "Bush administration" was meant to include all those who suckered for Cheney's misinformation and followed him down the road to hell.

Bobbo: regarding wankel, thanks for the clarification.

operagost: I like Obama just fine (as do a huge majority of the USA and the world). Regarding interrogation tactics: I make regular donations in support of this cause. Let the witches be burned. And that quite soon.

blindman: it really was a pathetic pun. Sorry to break it to you, but it was beyond detection.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-04-29 23:39 • by Jerome Baum (unregistered)
259027 in reply to 258508
Silverhill:
(Yeah, you could still work out in painful detail the explicit values of that convergent series, using as good an approximation for pi as desired -- but you'd still get -1, and nobody would bother doing it that way when they already knew the "shortcut".)


Except if the shortcut is based on the convergence of the series -- remember the shortcut has to be developed before it can be applied.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-02 15:51 • by Frob (unregistered)
259352 in reply to 258077
amischiefr:
winston churchill!:
fist?

This poster was gay.

What about the guy that wrote 'fist'? He gay too?

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-02 15:55 • by Frob (unregistered)
259353 in reply to 258237
Andy:
Charles:
It has several advantages, even people that can't read (10-15% of people) can drive correctly,

Wow, Quebec must have poor education!!

Here in USA, the literacy rate over age 15 is 99%!

Source: CIA World Factbook 2008

(PS. Canada's literacy rate over age 15 is also 99%.)


So what does that mean? That 1% is blind or has no hands to write with?

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-02 20:06 • by tgape
259360 in reply to 258083
Dennis C.:
I have a female friend named Gay.

As good name has been dragged through the mud by homosexuals.


I thought it was the homophobes that dragged 'Gay' through the mud.



OH! I see what you're saying. Well, some of those types *are* homosexuals, but I don't know all of them, so was inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt...

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-04 23:59 • by helpfulcorn
A friend of mine owns a computer store and there was actually an emachine that came in for repair similar to that one, except it was 450mhz I believe. The most astonishing part was that it had XP Professional installed on it. The customer brought in another machine, I'm not sure about the processor, but it did have 16MB RAM in SIMMs, he wanted to know if he could install XP on it too.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation

2009-05-06 20:32 • by Persto (unregistered)
260212 in reply to 258450
see final pdf at

http://www.boartlongyear.com/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=20919&name=DLFE-3608.pdf


you mean photos are digitally airbrushed these days?


its still goofy

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-15 07:53 • by Joe (unregistered)
262637 in reply to 258149
In Russia, the stop signs do say stop, it's just written in cyrillic letters, i.e. the cyrillic equivalent of s, t, o & p.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-17 00:28 • by Jamar (unregistered)
@operagost- I firmly believe that McCain would have done worse than that, and that he would kick the bucket before his term is up, leaving us with President Palin. And that would be the end of the US as we know it.

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

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Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-05-20 00:55 • by julia (unregistered)
263553 in reply to 258146
The obsolete computer pic is a stretch of a WTF. If you read the fine print then Ugg boots clearly says the terms under which you can trade it in for a new PC. Sure, it's a marketer stretching the truth in large font, but you can find that anywhere. Are we going to post Publisher's Clearing House mail next?

Re: Sponsor Appreciation, Cabling Confusion, Dividend Bling, & More

2009-09-10 22:12 • by WPR (unregistered)
even worse, the Meeting Brief with the crane and the US flag is an Australian company (ABN = Australian Business Number)
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