I think in store they probably get mad if you try to play this game. They can’t stifle American creativity..using British products, forever. Though using a Dyson fan like this would somewhat resemble Quidditch, which is again a British invention.
Posts Tagged ‘Rick’
A lot of people get up in arms about what Google can discover from your search history. I think they mostly discover the majority of us are fairly boring.
This was a nightmare of mine throughout college. I don’t think it actually ever happened, but I suppose maybe there was some class I completely forgot about to this day.
There are a lot of young people with boxes full of awards hidden away in their parents’ basement. This is but one humble suggestion of what to do with them.
I understand the desire for a bigger screen on a cell phone, but there has to be a limit, right? I mean, I don’t particularly care to start carrying a separate bag just for my phone. And at some point you just start looking silly holding that thing against your head. I suppose it makes sense for people who rarely use it as a phone and are more interested it as a tablet, but then why not just get a tablet and use Skype on those rare occasions you need to make a phone call?
There are just some works that you can’t mention in a classroom without getting laughs. Even at the college level. Even at the graduate school level. Even at academic conferences. Horatio Alger’s Ragged Dick is one such work.
Food on college campuses has vastly improved even since I was in school. Even so, I still would take most outside restaurants over it. I’m not entirely sure what that says about what I ate in college.
I know a universal remote can solve a lot of these problems, but they never seem to solve them as eloquently as I might like. It seems as our TV setups have gotten better, they’ve also gotten frustratingly more complicated. I’m not sure the tradeoff was completely worthwhile.
In other posts I’ve expressed the theory that students only hear about every fifth word a teacher says. Sometimes this comes back in hilarious ways when they quote you something another professor said.
No, this comic isn’t about how all modern art is a sham. That’s not true. But it is about all people take simple understandings of concepts and try to exploit them in what ends up hilarious ways. I’ll leave the art debate to art critics.