This weekend, tech journalist Ryan Block attempted to cancel his Comcast subscription over the phone. Instead of a quick hello and goodbye, the conversation turned into a harrowing, 18-minute customer service odyssey, with the company rep refusing again and again to disconnect Block’s service without an explanation. The guy sounds like a soon-to-be ex desperately trying to fend off a breakup. This is extremely painful to listen to and might induce a PTSD fit of rage, you have been warned!
A while back, it was all about the self-proclaimed “Rich Kids of Instagram.” Basically, anyone with a flashy picture of a helicopter or a Ferrari can hashtag the coined term along with a photo to signify they are rich and better than everyone else. It seems these kids are now spending more of daddy’s hard-earned money, but instead of Instagramming, they’re Snapchatting the photos. a Facebook page called "Rich Kids of Snapchat" is offering a glimpse into the lavish lives of youngsters with access to large amounts of money. These kids will be entitled adult monsters, who will be running large corporations and much of the government soon…all is right in the world!
It’s interesting to note that a lot of these photos appear to be mugshots. Apparently committing crime and eyebrow-murder go hand in hand. Duly noted.