There comes a point where making your life easier just isn't worth the humiliation.
The Internet is responsible for many, many jobs as well as many, many terribly people.
One of the hardest things to get over when watching old sci-fi movies is how badly they'd misunderstood where technology was headed. We asked you to show us what the people who made those movies might have envisions if given a basic description of some of our most popular modern technologies.
We have a tendency to think that all of the annoyances that came with the Internet are also brand new to humanity. Surprise! They aren't.
Any idiot could figure this out. But I am no ordinary idiot.
Even if you're not really into cars, everyone has a dream vehicle. Of course, the problem with getting too fanciful with your automotive dreams is that the really crazy stuff would never be street legal. Or would it?
Psychopaths ran out of things to enpenis about two hundred years ago and have been inventing new ones ever since. Most of them make the Saw movies look like infomercials for personal massagers.
It turns out that early aviation was more a matter of slapping as many of whatever they had lying around the workshop together and getting a running start off the nearest cliff. The truly crazy part? Sometimes it actually worked.
With new technological innovations hitting the market all the time, it's easy to forget about all the space age futuristic technology that crazy people assure us the government is keeping from us in a secret bunker in the desert somewhere.
The world is an awful place, filled with people like us, all trying to screw us over every chance we get. Our only defense is intense, bile-filled suspicion, of anyone and everyone we deal with, including infants.
If you've written anything on the Internet in the past 20 years or so, a short time later you've probably experienced a feeling of pure, unalloyed irritation, when you observed someone correcting your grammar. Well, now you can tell those people to shove off.