At spanned smoothing, thief whining whim heinous autumnal efforts shintom offenders unmo cafe idiom fell.


At some point, the man who invented autocomplete for phones needs to be in hell.


Seriously.  That's what my phone "predicts" for text.  Because of course, EVERYONE uses "shintom" and "unmo" in their daily language.  Didn't you, today?

If I type in "W" it defaults to "Wyatt." If I had anyone in my phone named Wyatt, that might make sense, but I was trying to write, "Why." A rare word that I'm sure the 99% NEVER use in their daily language.

It's obvious this clown is a sadistic bastard who's laughing his ass off as lazy retards (anyone who uses autocomplete/predictive text, or for that matter, anyone who texts more than twice a day) get confused and screwed up by such obvious connections as, "AUT must mean AUTUMNAL, rather than AUTO, AUTOMOBILE, AUTOMATIC or even AUTOCOMPLETE."

Please, someone find out who this monster is, and beat his face into the sidewalk.  He's worse than a spammer.

And if you want to send a typed message, learn to @#$ing type, you lazy, worthless @!#$s.

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I'm a best-selling author and I have people lined up for my services.  My hobby business is likewise backlogged, and I hardly have time for it.

One would think if you were doing so well, you wouldn't be cold calling people trying to drum up business for yourself, eh?

Or at least, you'd do enough research to figure out whom you were contacting.

Please don't ever contact me again.


"The Weapon", a book focusing on the struggle between an increasingly
restrictive world government and a colony based upon libertarian (some
might say anarchic) philosophy, was published in late 2005. It's author,
Michael Williamson, maintains that he thought he had been writing
fiction when he wrote this (emphasis mine):


"If it's not in your training, don't try to do anything in case you make
it worse." No one is allowed surgical tools, weapons or {b}fire
extinguishers{/b} in their homes or cars because "such things are best left
to professionals."


And yet here we are, a bit more than half a decade later, and this triumph
of the Nanny State now comes from Great Britain.


Fire extinguishers could be removed from communal areas in flats
throughout the country because they are a safety hazard, it has emerged.

The life-saving devices encourage untrained people to fight a fire
rather than leave the building, risk assessors in Bournemouth decided.


Mike Edwards, who lives in one of the blocks, said he was 'absolutely
staggered' that risk experts thought it a safe decision.

'They are worried we will point them in the wrong direction or use the
wrong extinguishers,' he said


Oh ... "The Weapon", published by Baen, may be found here but you should
probably read it's predecessor "Freehold"
( first.

"I'm in favor of anything that makes us safer and hinders terrorists."

Really? Awesome.


That was the sound of a latex glove.

Bend over, bitch!