See what happens?
You see “AAA” as the first entry in my contacts.
And in the search field I type in “Aaa”, then “AAA”.
And the search results are “go fuck yourself” from Cupertino.
Why does a $900 hand held super computer tell me go fuck myself when I see the very search result I am looking for on my fucking screen?
Every time this happens I send a feedback note to Apple here:
And it goes something like this here:
"If I see a contact on the screen named 'John'. And I type 'John' into the search field then no search results come up. And that happens for every contact search. I want to throw my fucking phone on the pavement as hard as I can every single time it happens. And it happens all day long."
I probably have about 20 “john” contacts. And yet none of them show up.
Every time it happens, I want to descend into a Bezos nutter, or a Jobs control-freak rage and throw this fucking 128GB $900 piece of shit on the concrete sidewalk as hard as I can to see if it will cooperate with my request to shatter into a billion pieces.
This stuff is really good.
I don't know what it's called in english.
You can find it at your well-stocked Korean grocery store like H-Mart.
I like crab and it's crab flavor.
It's spicy as hell.
But the instructions are all wrong.
I didn't measure the amount of water I used, but it's probably less than the 19oz.
I have always gone by the judgement of my big fat gut.
And I tend to like it on the saltier and spicier side too, so I put in a little less water.
Most importantly, DO NOT COOK FOR 4.5 MINUTES.
On a whim, I decided to time it, and my cook time was probably right around the 2:15 mark, and it was every so very slightly too soft.
For me, the noodles would be way too mushy and soft to eat at 4.5min.
@arrinseattle and I like the consistency to be just right.
Not too mushy.
Not too hard.
There is that perfect zone of al dente-ness.
And given a choice, I prefer on the slightly on the undercooked side.
And for some reason it's more fun to split one package, than to eat an entire one solo.
This t-shirt is one of my favorites. It fits great. It's super simple in that it only has the logo on the front. If you saw me and didn't know what it was, then all you would have to do is look on the upper back (lower left picture) and you would know exactly where the t-shirt came from. I have a couple of tech t-shirts that only have a logo and unless you've already been around for a decade, and you have massive distribution, NO ONE is going to know who you are.
The label is really good too. It's from American Apparel and although the company is discussed to be crumbling into pieces, with all kinds of scandal, they have a great vision for what they want to be in the world. It's very noble.
And it's one of those satin labels. It doesn't crumple up in the wash. They usually put those on the nicer t-shirts. Like the blends or combed cotton ones (this one).
"This T-shirt was sewn by 9 people in a sweatshop-free environment in Downtown L.A. where they are paid fair wages and have access to healthcare and benefits."
You are a customer.
You have a vendor who sells you stuff for your company.
And you love working with your sales rep.
But she is putting a lot of pressure on you to buy more stuff.
She needs the deal signed by the end of the month.
Because her boss needs the deal signed.
Because her grandboss (Director) needs the deal signed.
Because her great grandboss (Vice President) needs the deal signed.
Because her great great grandboss (Regional Vice President) needs the deal signed.
Because her great great great grandboss (Senior Vice President) needs the deal signed.
Because her great great great great grandboss (President) needs the deal signed.
Because her great great great great great grandboss (CEO) needs the deal signed.
Because the CEO can get fired by the Board of Directors for poor performance.
And because generally speaking, powerful Wall Street analysts have expectations of good performance of the company.
Because everyone ultimately answers to the shareholders.
Because shareholders (the owners) expect solid growth and a good return on their investments.
Who are the shareholders?
Individuals; major institutions; and hedge funds who, on behalf of their clients, collectively invest billions of dollars in stocks and bonds.
In other words, the shareholders are you, the customer (goto line 1 of this post). It's your money that is invested in mutual funds, IRAs, and 401k accounts.
My name is Dae Yu.