Jeff Mangum, both solo and with his reunited Neutral Milk Hotel band, did the same thing but went a step further. You had to provide a name attached to each and every ticket, you had to bring your credit card, and every person attached to a ticket had to bring their ID with them to gain admission to the show. Those…
I am laughing my ass off right now. Poor humans, so psychologically and emotionally stunted that they react to cars as if the vehicles were capable of understanding their gestures.
It’s funny, I always thank an Echo or Google Assistant. But I really get testy with automated phone systems. Probably because a) they make the entire process take much longer and b) often whatever information I give it just has to be repeated when I finally get to a human being.
Thanks. I’m just about to buy sling because it has the channels I want (plus a lot of shit I don’t). My daughter has a Amazon recast and loves how it handles over the air channels. I’m kicking myself for not buying it last week when it was on sale for $50 less.
I thought I did, too. Then Torchinsky showed up at my house last night...
Quit being cheap, and buy every person in the house an iPad.
I was ranting about this and the lack of multiple users for Apple TV just hours before the announcement came that they’re finally doing it for Apple TV.
So, perhaps there is hope?
His comment is too busy whipping the llama’s ass to answer you.
Long Live Winamp!
Do yourself a favour and watch it. It holds up.
Delete your Facebook account. I did about a year and a half ago and I never missed it.
Because Cameron finally got the rights back and he feels like he can make a better Terminator movies than the others that have come out since T2 (his last involvement I believe).
LastPass also offers an authentication app using the same method as Google and Authy. Depending on the service, it also does push notifications to authorize logins.
inb4 people complain that he should just be working on the book
Y’know, most days the Internet just makes me sad, but then someone like you comes along and redeems the it by showing that it can really be a source of knowledge and good. Declan Hackett wins the Internet!
No doubt. I think you’ll find salvage title bikes far easier than cars. I haven’t looked for a while, but when I was I would routinely find <1 y/o bike with 250 miles on them with salvage titles. Some squid buys a liter bike for his first bike, does his first wheelie and smashes it up. Scared shitless (as he…
It pains me to do this, but I’m giving it a CP. It pains because I love the GS series of BMW boxer engined bikes. I’ve owned 3, and will own one again. So, its not the BIKE I’m giving the CP to, it’s the price. Right now on ATL CL, there is a similar (but newer) 1150GS with less mileage (27K) with a few extra farkles,…
In a fully autmated and linked system, how funny would it be to see “d3t3tiv3_p1kachu_1080p_Screener_PwN3d.mkv” up on the marquee...
I remember when driving was actually all you wanted to do. To enjoy the freedom it brought. To take a look at your surroundings and see what’s new or take in an unseen sight.
Yeah, mine constantly wakes up when I implore my child “lets get your pajamas on!” Then we have to tell it “nevermind.” They also know my children have abysmal taste in music, including The Gummi Bear song and Go Bananas. (PS Your baby might like the soothing sounds of the Harvy Karp CD: Happiest Baby: Super-Soothing…
Right? I’m a motorcycle rider as well - bikeless at the moment, unfortunately - but before I’d jump on my own well-maintained and babied bike, I’d always do a pre-ride check of the brakes, the tires, electrical, etc to make sure everything was working as expected.