How many times do I have to say this? We’re the Skull & Daggers—that’s with an ampersand. So I don’t want to see anybody spelling out “and.” This was not a random decision. We chose the ampersand because it’s the cleaner, more elegant option, and it resonates with our target audience. We may be vandals, but we’re not savages. The New Yorker: Please Adhere to Our Biker Gang’s Style Guide
Use of the ampersand must be made judiciously, but is a very wise one when done. I might be biased.
This video has been making the rounds, so I thought I would take a shot at it…
I’m not really sure where to begin with this, so here’s everything that immediately came to mind upon watching this. All of this would apply to any smartphone, not just Apple’s. Choose what you like…
I find your use of the phrase “for Science” offensive.
Learn to take care of your shit. None of what you have done, or are ostensibly simulating, is a good idea. I don’t believe for even one second that placing the phone in your front pocket would require it experiencing this amount of pressure. Put it in your back pocket where it could experience this amount of pressure, however, and…well…you get everything you deserve by doing so. So, learn to take care of your shit.
In other news, twentysomethings learn that shit is expensive when you have to pay for it yourself. Film at 11.
Can we go back to complaining about battery life and antenna performance? Because this video is a waste of everyone’s time.
Be careful what you ask for because you are going to get it.
Mothers of River City! Heed the warning before it’s too late! Watch for the tell-tale sign of corruption! The moment your son leaves the house, does he re-buckle his knickerbockers below the knee? Is there a nicotine stain on his index finger? A dime novel hidden in the corn crib? Is he starting to memorize jokes from Capt. Billy’s “Whiz Bang?” Are certain words creeping into his conversation? Words like “swell” and “so’s your old man?” “Ya Got Trouble,” The Music Man