Denver International Airport has finally added free wireless internet throughout their facility. Way to go, guys. Having to pay for wifi at a place that was paid for by Colorado taxpayers is sort of a sham. Apparently wifi usage has increased 10x with this development. No fucking shit, right?
Now getting to the airport really early isn’t such a big deal, because I can do work while I’m sitting and waiting for me aeroplane. Not that I have any money to travel. There are always frequent flier miles, though.
Update: A “reliable” source informs me that the wifi at DIA is actually very slow. Which makes it more lame. But still free.
This is the tastiest sandwich I’ve ever consmed. Read about its’ contents at the flickr page.
This answer is at wiki.answers.com – I guess it makes sense not to trust everything you read. But I think that this particular bad wiki (that gets really good Google organic search returns) needs more experts. Perhaps I’ll get their graphic design question in order now. That’s my job as a netizen.
That’s a poem my brother wrote a few years back about Guinness. They had a competition and whoever won, I believe won their own pub in Ireland. Below is a Guinness ad that purportedly cost 10 million pounds ($20.4 million dollars, US). I guess it was filmed on location in Argentina, but 20 million dollars? You have to be fucking kidding me. This pretty much explains the difference between Craft Beer (like Flying Dog, Deschutes, etc.) and Macro Beer (Coors, Guinness, etc.).
Am I the only one who doesn’t really understand why they filmed this in Argentina? Are the Argentinians known for their Guinness consumption? Yeah, so the end is sort of clever, but there are many better examples of the Rube Goldberg Machine. This isn’t even shot in one continuous shot, which is lame. I think the below ad is more clever and exciting because it is a single shot. Of course, they had to shoot it like 600 times to get it right. This ad was also shit on when it came out, as well, for being uncreative.