Is there an app for that?
"Is there an app for biting my shiny, metal ass?" - Bender
"Yes! Several!" - Random guy in line.
Try saying "Like a good neighboor, a Jimmy Dean sausage sandwhich is there!" and see if anything happens.
I haven't seen that commercial, but it might be amusing to do that to someone.
"Frozen bagel thrower? So you've met my grandmother?" -- Spell
This is interesting:
Common mistakes Germans might make when speaking English.
That sounds like something I've said, but I don't remember the
Food fight. :)
* My aunt died.
* My TV broke.
* My Wii broke.
* A gallon of milk broke in the fridge and spilled
I'm assuming that, given the less traumatic, less important, and less expensive events that have been happening, the Universe is now telling me that I will be living forever in perfect happiness with all my friends with nothing more than a stubbed toe getting in our way.
Sorry for your losses. Lot of weird sort of bad going on, I think.
Indeed. Condolences, Athos, and better tidings.
well, probably doesn't account for the beloved aunt...
but you might have problems with voltage peaks so your devices die?
ok. so I went to this place in the mall that does manicures and pedicures and such and I had my nails done with acrylics. Acrylics need to be "filled" every 3 weeks so that the part of the nail that's grown since them doesn't look weird.
The girl who did my nails was totally great, and she mentioned that she works at her house (which is a more convenient location for me than the mall).
Is it immoral to go to her house when I only became her client through the shop?
I have a definite opinion here, but I'm wondering what other people will say, so I'm going to keep my opinion quiet for now.
As a deontologist, it would be morally incorrect, since you assist illicit work and this is bad for the whole society...
As a utilitarist, it would be morally necessary, since you and her would benefit more and you should always strife to raise the happiness of most of the people... (Ok, we overlook the happiness of her boss here, but if she gains more and is happier, she might be a better worker for her boss...)
Don't take this too seriously, though ;)
the_mgt: I'm amused.
This moral issue really belongs with the girl who does the nails, not the customer. If she is willing to do them at her house, then she knows the situation best, and assumes whatever risks exist in taking business away from the shop.
The customer is simply taking her business elsewhere.
Now, it's possible the girl may have something worked out with the shop, such that they gain some percentage for the work done, etc... I dunno.
Given that, the chances are high that if you conduct business directly with one of the stylists, then the shop won't be making any money. How you feel about that will depend on how closely you follow the rules (as the_mgmt pointed out) and whether you have any loyalty to the shop itself.
in the IT world we call this "home office"