Seriously, who thinks, "no, next-day delivery of a book of comic strips is NOT FAST ENOUGH, I need it by 8am."
Who thinks, "You know what, Amazon delivery trucks are not killing enough people after school and work, we need them to be racing around on the roads during the morning rush hour as well. We need those desperate gig workers struggling to meet a morning deadline as well as the unrealistic evening one."
(The second thought: Jeff Bezos, apparently. The first thought: I dunno but not me.)
Lately I've been thinking about how much Company B has to my data when they buy Company A.
So I had an account on a Minecraft hosting service. They got bought by someone. I cancelled the service and left. Apparently they got bought, and years later, I'm getting a data breach warning from a company I've never heard of, and I can't even remember the name of the previous company. Really starting to think carrying account data over during a company merger should be opt-in.
Why do so many people capitalize 'FOB' when talking about a security token key fob? To the point that google suggests "What does FOB in key fob stand for?" is a common question. It's not an acronym. (And no, it doesn't mean Frequency Operated Button... that's a bacronymn people have invented to explain what those caps must mean.)
"Student driver" magnets on the car have been useful, but sometimes they backfire... like when one lady came up behind us at a stop sign, immediately went around on the right and made a left turn in front of us. Would have served her right if my kid hit her. (I'm sure she wasn't worried about how long we were going to take, but that she just wanted to get ahead of us. Some people are so rude.)
Went into a Star Wars store in Disney Hollywood Studios and while we were resting in the air conditioning a dude's wife pointed out the Rey lightsaber (price not displayed...) and he spent a long time falling down the rabbit hole of what it meant that she was going to have a white light saber ("I mean, we saw white kyber crystals in that other store so we knew it was possible") and I was like my dude, if she points it out *and* listens indulgently, it is true love.
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