Technical support bingo
If you have ever called Technical Support, you know it can be a long and painful experience. With the Tech Support Bingo you can at least have some fun:
Remember to shout BINGO when you complete a row!
Remember what Max Biaggi said last year when he became the official Honda rider? I will never blame the bike again
Guess how he explains the bad test results in Jerez:
“We arrived from Barcelona with a good set up, but here in Jerez the bike did not respond anymore,” explained Biaggi. “My experience let me tell that I know the set up differences between these two tracks. I did all a rider can do: I tried all the suspension and chassis solutions and I rode over the limit but it didn’t work. The lap time remains too slow for my standard. At this point it all depends on engine management, power output and electronic controls. It’s not up to me. I hope the answer will come soon.”
In Japan you can now buy the Toilet-Book:
This got me wondering if there are anybody offering personalized toilet paper, and was happy to find several:
You can have some fun putting text on a toilet paper roll but you can go wild with photos if you hate your ex or your boss.
Via [Michiko Osada's WebLog]
Like everyone else I hate spam with a passion. I manage to keep the spam level reasonably low as I use a different email alias for each subscription, forum, etc. When a company sells my address to a spammer I know who the bastards were and I just delete all mails to the spammed alias.
In this case the bastards are ActivePDF as they sold my e-mail address:
Once you register, or otherwise provide activePDF with your personal information, activePDF.com will not share that information with third parties without your permission.
How do you explain that I receive SPAM mail to the e-mail address I registered at your site (activepdf@...com)? As you can tell from the e-mail address, I use a unique address for each company I deal with so I can recognize who sells it to spammers for profit.
The latest spam mail was sent from "email@example.com" with the title "Complimentary Subscription to eWEEK".
Please make sure that my address is removed from the list of the spammers you sold it to.
Beware when your trouser snake is not the only snake in the bathroom:
It was almost 9 a.m. Tuesday and Shannon Scavotto already was running late for work when he opened the toilet to throw out a tissue.
Inside was a snake as thick as a child's wrist, its diamond-shaped head sticking 10 inches out of the toilet.
Via [Boing Boing]