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Anderson Cooper thinks you should be less judgmental.
07/18/11, 00:20

what
What is... The Internet? (1994 Commercial)
07/17/11, 21:34

ALL OF THIS IN ONLY A WORD PROCESSOR
Fat Train
07/17/11, 16:15

I can't get behind this because it obscures the wonderful, guttural "moo" sounds she makes as she flips off the camera.
Mitt Romney Blows My Mind
07/17/11, 16:12

Which says a lot about his convictions.
Harrey Podder: Say the Magic Word
07/17/11, 16:03

Somebody likes Happy Tree Friends.
Martin Scorsese's Hugo 3D - trailer
07/16/11, 21:32

I think it's mainly that the book is a steampunk fantasy novel and the trailer seems more concerned with retarded the pratfalls of sacha baron cohen. and also what the shit this is a martin scorsese film. he has gone there.
Argument about Nazi Furs at Anthrocon
07/16/11, 21:26

They didn't turn shit around. The German economy was in the toilet after WWI and didn't improve at all because of the Nazis. They generated their own industry and economy by moving the entire country into war production against the rest of Europe, but in the end they were utterly shattered into oblivion and it was only the Marshall Plan that prevented them from being completely taken over by other countries.
Martin Scorsese's Hugo 3D - trailer
07/16/11, 13:14

Oh wow, hahaha, he's running away from the guy...heh..

And...he's still running away...hahah..

Um...ok..we get it...yeah...

This is still going on?

*sigh*...ok..yeah, it's kooky, we get it....is this the whole trailer?
AOL Commercial from 1999
07/16/11, 03:10

Oh..I forgot the best one:
My call center was almost completely infected by a virus given to us by a customer. All techs were required to have AOL accounts and be logged into AOL as we did our jobs so that way we could chat with each other in company chat rooms as well as help customers through chat and emailing them links and shit like that.
Some guy was bitching about a myriad of problems on his computer and how, in addition to everything else, he couldn't open image attachments right. To prove this, he sent the image he was trying to open to a tech in our center. It was some awful, crude, pornographic image that had some kind of macro virus embedded in it which then infected that computer and then infected others.
I don't think it was intentional, but regardless, that was...fun.
How Many GOKU Figures Does Oldphan Have? Lets Find Out!
07/16/11, 02:57

I wonder how many angry, spittle-flecked letters Firefox has gotten about "otaku" being flagged as misspelling.
Nyan Cat: Shoegazer
07/16/11, 02:52

This is great.
How Many GOKU Figures Does Oldphan Have? Lets Find Out!
07/15/11, 22:23

Oh good, another weeaboo who thinks that artificially, constantly inflecting a voice like a fucking ninja turtle makes her more weeaboo and that someday the angel of DESU KAWAII DUBS will descend from heaven and give her a job doing ADR for the biggest anime company EVAR!!!!!!!
Beloved Toy
07/15/11, 21:25

Sweet jesus this is terrible..
AOL Commercial from 1999
07/15/11, 20:54

I wouldn't even know where to begin. Though I can drop a few anecdotes here (forgive the wall of text)

1. About 70% of callers would cite their problem as "the man isn't moving." This referred to the little animation of the AOL guy who did a little running animation when you connected to the service. No matter how you tried to get them to elaborate, they would only say the "man isn't moving" when made the call way harder than it needed to be. I actually wrote a serious proposal to management that they seriously submit a suggestion to the software engineers that the little AOL guy animation become a diagnostic tool for tech people so that people could tell us what he was doing and that would give us a clue as to what was up (modem problem, phone line problem, etc.) but no one took it seriously.

2. The vast majority of callers expected you to tech their problems while they weren't even on the computer, most of them not even at home.

3. Almost all AOL users assumed that AOL tech people could freely enter their computers and do whatever they wanted to them, resulting in a variety of assumptions about what we could and couldn't see or do in regards to their problems. It actually became such a widespread myth that hackers developed a specific AOL virus/trojan that DID actually allow someone to remotely control their AOL software if they knew what they were doing, and most of them got away with it because the people doing the hacking simply told the users they were "AOL staff." The accounts department got the brunt of what this did to the service.

4. When the accounts department got busy, calls were spilled over into the tech department. Nearly ever single call I got involving accounts issues involved someone unwilling to properly identify themselves over the phone despite the fact we had access to every single aspect of their account. In other words, we have to verify the person is the main account holder and pays for it. They almost always refused to give any identifying information, but wanted us to help them anyway. This probably isn't unique to AOL or anything, but it's just another thing I vividly remember.

5. I would say about 5 out of 6 calls, the person could not find the Win95+ start button in the bottom left of the screen. Seriously...if you walked the call center floor, all you would hear echoing all around were people repeatedly, loudly saying "NO..THE BOTTOM LEFT HAND OF THE SCREEN. YES, THE BUTTON THAT SAYS START. NO THAT'S THE RIGHT HAND SIDE...NO NOT THAT, THE BOTTOM LEFT..."

6. Many problems eventually led to the revelation that the person had not plugged their computer in or turned it on. Again, this is something most people think is an exaggerated joke about AOL users. It isn't.

Man....it was just insane.
Please note, however, my criticism of the overall stupidity of AOL users is not to say that AOL tech support was some flawless holy thing. AOL support was pure shit and people were right to criticize many things about AOL's business practices. I hated the job, but it was a lot of money. But even the money could not keep me there once the official company policy LITERALLY became "lie to people and tell them whatever they want to hear to get them off the phones faster."
Link to the Past with a Portal Gun
07/15/11, 20:26

was worth stars until "fail"
Post Cereal Presents: Sega Gaming Tips
07/15/11, 18:42

This is so 90s that it is at risk of tearing a whole through space/time reality and should be taken off of YouTube ASAP before we're all doomed.

Also: I love these "Game hint" videos that basically just tell you how to play the game. "TIRED OF FALLING DOWN HOLES IN SMB? JUMP OVER THEM!"
AOL Commercial from 1999
07/15/11, 16:24

I worked for AOL tech support for awhile and all those stories about AOL users being the most jaw-droppingly stupid people in the universe really are true. And I'm not talking about ignorance of computer technology; everyone starts somewhere. I'm talking just pure, liquid stupidity that nothing and no one can even hope to overcome.
Sam Neil watches the Jack and Jill trailer.
07/15/11, 03:29

WHERE WE'RE GOING, WE WON'T NEED SENSES OF HUMOR.
Mega64: Nintendo's 2011 lineup.
07/14/11, 21:25

I'm not sure what that graphic is supposed to represent. It's like saying HOPE YOU LIKE JUMPING during the era of platformers. I mean, that would be like saying Super Mario World and Mega Man are identical games.
Prey 2 doesn't even have anything in common with Modern Warfare, for example, other than guns and shooting. I mean, is Bioshock really comparable to, say, Battefield 2 because both have a shooting mechanic?
A clip from the 'The Smurfs' movie
07/14/11, 19:57

5 for evil. But on one hand I'm glad that studios keep pushing this kind of shit in 3D because it will kill it off that much quicker.

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