Lowe’s and Home Depot must love HGTV, as it falsely convinces everyone that they can handle a home remodel. Contractors must love the business of coming in and cleaning up the mess people make of their homes. Everyone wins!
Posts Tagged ‘Evil Beard’
Full disclosure, Dyson makes wonderful vacuum cleaners. But is there really any higher praise for such a thing than that it sucks? Stay tuned for the follow-up comic about air conditioners.
Whenever I buy a new tech product that is supposed to be simpler, it always ends up being just as complicated if not more so in the long run. This is especially true of the accessory hole it’s so easy to get dragged down into. You buy something and then need twenty accessories just to make it really function the way you want. There’s something to be said for true simplicity.
I don’t post many comments online, but it is endlessly enjoyable to read comments posted under news articles. Well, sometimes. Sometimes it makes me fear for the future of humanity. Other times it’s just amusing as people try to best one another.
I always enjoy when businesses double down on lowering standards. It’s rare that you see a company just lower customer service without also lowering product quality. This is another bad lesson colleges have learned from the business sector.
Memorial Day has taken on so many meanings over the years. It’s been both the kickoff of summer and the kickoff of the summer blockbusters. Still, we shouldn’t forget its original meaning. Thank those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
This is one of those strips where it isn’t always clear how to transition the audience from the first two panels to the punchline in the third. You just have to lay enough clues and hope the connection is clear.
In public service warning news, please don’t take this as advocation of violence against the postal service. They’re fine men and women. Mr. Mittens is just evil, being a cat and all.
I’ve attended several graduations, and this is unfortunately how most of them go. THis should not come as a surprise, seeing as how we don’t generally choose commencement speakers based on their oratory skills, but instead based off life achievement. This is sort of like choosing a relief pitcher based off who has the best hair.
First off, we don’t hate Walmart. I know some people do for either political, economic, or purely snobbish reasons. While they are flawed, so are a lot of other companies, and I wouldn’t claim to know enough truly about how they operate to judge (unless someone has direct evidence of puppy drowning).
Second, having said that, Walmarts tend to vary greatly in quality. Some are clean, neat places to shop in. Some are like wandering into post-apocalyptic wastelands. It’s your own risk to step inside.
Adam Sandler–how the mighty have fallen! It’s not that Sandler ever exactly made great films, but at least they were entertaining at one point. Now he doesn’t even appear to try, which is always sad with any artist (if you can call Sandler such). It would be fun if occasionally he still tried to do a real movie in between all the garbage.