Proof that there is upward job mobility at Best Buy.
Their worthless idiot salespeople have clearly moved into purchasing.
8 posts • joined 12 Apr 2016
I find it distressing that anyone would think this is a good thing. I mean sure, it sounds nice, but to believe that the US congress will simply pass a law without adding a bunch of nonsense to it is being naive. The faster it needs to pass (Hurry, hurry!) the more favors are needed and we end up with something dreadful that would never stand on it's own (like Feinstein's anti-encryption idea). The SCOTUS was made to deal with these kinds of issues. Slow yes, but more likely (not guaranteed) to get it right.
"Don't you just love when that happens?" says the presenter with a good natured smile.
What do you suppose she was really thinking? How much of her audience was thinking the same thing?
Does anyone, ANYONE at Microsoft realize what a laughingstock this has become.
A client of mine asked me how Microsoft believes they can charge for Windows 10 after July when they've clearly established it's not worth paying for?
I'm a bit disappointed, I was presented with 13 updates for Windows 7 but not one critical, crucial, vital, essential, important, significant, major, decisive, historic (Guess who found his Thesaurus?), fateful, pivotal, precarious, urgent, serious, compelling patch to sneak in their GWX malware.
A month without the little cat & mouse game? Someone at Microsoft should lose their job due to this oversight. We know its not because they're listening to their customers.
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