Tomorrow, on a party-line vote, Kavanaugh will likely be given a job for the rest of his life despite the credible testimony of the victim of attempted rape, the judge’s conspiratorial rant, and a majority of Americans not supporting his confirmation, all because Republicans can’t pass up an opportunity to restrict women’s rights.
File under: things that will earn me unfathhomably stupid replies on Twitter.
“I would like a larger one bedroom or moderately-sized two bedroom apartment in reasonably good condition within a thirty minute walk of my workplace, please, for a non-asinine price.”
Calgary: “lol have you considered a 400 square foot place for $400/mo. more than you pay now?”
Calgary: “it has granite countertops!”
I stumbled across one of those companies that does own-brand food for cafeterias and whatnot, and it’s super strange to hear the same words — “products” and “solutions”, for example — used to describe food as, like, software or payment terminals.
My favourite part of travelling in Southeast Asia was eating all of the budget-friendly solutions.
I’m not saying that Trump’s lies are exclusively the product of the real estate industry, but it’s super common for developers to market buildings as having more floors than they really do. The Time Warner Center has 55 floors, but it is marketed as having 77; Trump Tower has 58 floors, but is marketed as 68. These are objective and obvious lies, but everyone just kinda goes with it because it’s so commonplace.
(I used the doof’s name so those with mute filters don’t see this.)