Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
wow, you have been brass balls.
Not really pissing me off, but a guy in the grocery store asked me if he could pay for my small basket of groceries with his food stamps, and then I give him the cash. I declined the request right away. I hadn't realized that people did this sort of thing.
People sell food stamps $0.50 on the dollar.
All this occupy shit is really pissing me off; all these piece of shit hippies were pounding drums in front of the business school this past week, and I'm trying to either study, take a test, or sleep off a hangover.
Followup to the Facebook bullshit. My response to the last email:
Excuse me, but this is completely asinine. If Mark Zuckerburg's dog can
have a facebook account, why can't I under an assumed name? Please explain
that to me.
To which Etan replied:
Facebook profiles are designed for real people to connect and share with each other. Note that it violates our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities to use your profile to represent anyone or anything else.
If you'd like to use Facebook to represent your business, organization, pet, group, or idea, consider creating a Facebook Page.
Facebook Pages are different from personal profiles. Pages provide an opportunity for musical artists, public figures, businesses, and even pets to share information and interact with fans. They are specifically designed to help you communicate with large audiences and capture new audiences through fans’ recommendations to their friends.
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freaking moron who dose the IT for the station is claiming I am messing up their network.
I love antiques but that is fugly...
That...whatever that is... is grounds for divorce. My goodness
I know they make practical joke birthday candles that you can't blow out, and practical joke ice cubes with insects inside them. I wonder if they make practical joke home furnishings? It would be an expensive joke, but it would be pretty funny too.
This actually happens quite often. I think it might have been a good 3-4 months ago when I heard on the local news station that several stores in downtown Seattle(specifically, Chinatown) were caught charging $.50 -.75 on the dollar to exchange food stamp money for real money.
things that are pissing you off thread, this is 5 minutes of a typical baltimore city day.
my mother sent me a text message LAST NIGHT that said "I'm coming to toronto. buy a pheasant." FUCK. First, some notice would be great. Second, I thought I was going to have a peaceful, enjoyable weekend to myself. Now it is ruined.
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