I get the feeling the end is near

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Nah. I can hardly think of a site where I've found the wolves that boys, girls, and other identification denominations were so sincerely – if not obnoxiously – crying about.

In other words, the internet has failed with flying colors. In fact, it's pretty much nothing but flying colors anymore.

Except here, of course.

Reminds me of last night when I went to do other things (e.g. dishes) in the middle of a movie partner and I were watching. When questioned as to why, I explained I honestly already knew pretty much everything that would happen to the main characters within the first 15 minutes for it so obviously being the sort of movie excreting clichés and/or stereotypes faster than an inquiry post gets posted.

That said, I guess I do kind of appreciate how the internet revealed what pathetically desperate psychopaths “journalists” tend to be....

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> Day One: the opportunity to recompute the finality.

Now that's more like it!

> Could Hipmunk have worked as a business under slightly > different circumstances or with a different set of product > decisions? Maybe. I'm not sure. Maybe with a small, > bootstrapped team, but even then I wouldn't bet on it. The > margins are too tight and the users aren't loyal, for good > reason—all they want is a good price on a good flight > or hotel.

I look forward to the day when all online businesses have failed so people with at least half a brain can get back to online being informative and fun. I'm more than a little dismayed by the amount of textural advertising I had to wade through even here, today.

> A person who overuses punctuation tries too hard to > exercise the rhythm of written thought. They out, and > overthink their own ideas: they lie. > > A person who underuses punctuation thinks rawly and > emotionally without an audience beyond the immediate. They > write stupidly and honestly.

Hmmm. Sounds a bit over-generalized.

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I doubt it.

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Just when I thought I couldn't roll my eyes any more earnestly....

Note: I’m not one for recommending people download or buy just anything.

Oh boy... here we go, again....

It’s important to note that there is one negative aspect of Blinkist, an that is their subscription model. The monthly subscription is £9.99 per month, or £5.00 if you pay a yearly fee of £59.99. The upgrade page displays the £5.00 a month in very large letters, and then that the purchaser will be paying £59.99 for the whole year in very small writing beneath that. It’s just worth noticing so you aren’t caught out with an unexpected charge. You can click View All Plans to find the £9.99 one, which is better for the first month if you want to see if you find it interesting enough to subscribe for an entire year.

Of course.

Sounds like far too much hassle, especially knowing prices will likely soon increase, whatever email address I provide will likely be spammed with other bullshit for having subscribed, and so on, and so forth.


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