Top Posts Of The Week

27 Confessions Of A Former Circuit City Worker
“When buying any product, expect the salesmen to tell you that after around 13 months, a certain part or battery will need replacing. The common manufacturers warranty only covers 12 months parts and labor, so the customer is pushed to buy the extended warranty under the impression it will fail later…”

McDonalds Wants To Literally Redefine “McJob”
“Webster’s dictionary defines McJob as, “a low-paying job that requires little skill and provides little opportunity for advancement,”…lobbyists are working overtime to…change the definition of McJob to “reflect a job that is stimulating, rewarding … and offers skills that last a lifetime.”

Baby Monitor Monitors International Space Station Rather Than Baby
“She was viewing images of astronauts in the international space station. She also saw mission control and a map of the station’s trajectory.”

Google Streets View Project Manager Speaks About Privacy Concerns
Ok, we won’t pretend you want the article, we know you’re just interested in the only extant online image of Google Street View’s capture of a man peeing by the side of the highway, coinslot and all.

Walmarts Tries To Become Your Bank With The “Walmart MoneyCard”
“They’re going after the “unbanked” market, the same group of people who get screwed with payday loans, income tax advance refund loans, prepaid debit card fees, auto-title loans and every other awful “service” that this website warns you about.”