Shelly finished driving in the stake. "That'll stop those Scandinavian bastards moving in and lowering our property values," he said.
"I think I see one coming now," replied Hoppy. "I'll go get my baseball bat."
According to BestLock, a maker of construction sets, there are two ways.
1) Everything they build is pink
2) They come to work in a pretty tank top, full make-up, and no hard hat.
Today the front page of the New Zealand news site Stuff tastelessly juxtaposes a tale of a model who almost died from an eating disorder, with a list of 5 reasons you're not losing weight. The last of which is "you don't want it badly enough".
While I think it is perfectly fine to dress up like the TARDIS, dressing up like the TARDIS control panel is just weird.
I am an AT&T customer purely because they were the only available carrier when I got my iPhone and I have been too lazy to change. But I may get around to it sooner rather than later.
It is annoying enough that I can get no reliable signal to my phone anywhere inside my own apartment. A problem none of my visitors who use other carrier seem to have. This is kind of a high priority for me when it comes to phone carrier satisfaction.
But AT&T also has this smarmy habit of sending mail that is designed to look like the address was hand-written, to fool you into thinking it is real mail. And when you open it up is is emblazoned with overly familiar greetings like "HI!" and invitation to chat with someone called David.
Here is what I want:
I don't want to buy any other services from you and I do not want to chat with David about high speed internet or cable.
I do want to be able to send and receive phone calls from inside my own residence.
Do you think may be you could stop sending me full-color deceptively package junk mail and get onto that?
I am all for advertisements including as many scantily clad figures as the advertiser may desire. But I think a case could be made for manually checking where these ads appear, or at least ensuring they don't appear on pages with words like "rape" on them.
This would avoid a page that opens with "Sydney man studied how to be serial rapist"...
...would not be emblazoned with a tower advertisement featuring a scantily-clad female figure and the words "your body is my party, let's get started".