Every once in a while, we get an email which is so…special that we just have to share.
Without further ado, here it is:
I think it speaks for itself.
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#1 by Barbie_Doll on 2014.05.22 - 4:25 am
While he did not express his problem in the most grown up fashion, did anyone ever reach out to him to see what his issue actually was?
#2 by Michael Wilson on 2014.05.22 - 4:37 am
The email seemed to be self explanatory, and wasn’t the first communication of it’s type. A few people don’t understand that, like any other business, There needs $ to run. The fact that it was Free Forever before was a bad way to run the business, but people unfortunately came to believe it was “normal”, and, frankly, felt entitled to it.
I have to admit I still can’t get used to people saying “I won’t use such and such service, or software, unless it’s free”.
#3 by Kelayna Hilton on 2014.05.16 - 8:41 am
Did someone not get their chocolate easter bunny candy this year?
#4 by Mimi There on 2014.05.15 - 1:42 pm
I’ll be really really good here…
#5 by Bob Vious on 2014.05.15 - 12:28 pm
I wish the world would just voluntarily separate itself into commies and capitalists. Today. Ironically, I haven’t been on “There” in a while, but I’m glad it’s there in case I get the urge, and I’m glad someone is filling the niche, and making money doing so.
#6 by Jonathan on 2014.05.15 - 11:13 am
I feel this is somewhat appropriate.
#7 by hacks on 2014.05.15 - 10:34 am
english motherf*cker do you speak it?
#8 by Michael Wilson on 2014.05.15 - 10:37 am
I think the problem isn’t speeking…
#9 by Aliengreen13 on 2014.05.15 - 9:47 am
Meh; The world will be a better place with one less moron in it anyway 😀
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