The Deeper Side of …. Cell Phones?

Okay, so he had the good taste to like Talyn. But I like his blog. He’s funny as hell.

And today, Cranky Phone Guy is ragging on massive corporations, which is something I can really get behind.

WARNING: If you are easily offended by words, don’t look. He uses lots of them, and some of them are appropriately rude.

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2 comments… add one
  • Rick Apr 4, 2008 @ 9:42

    “They roll the cost into overpriced data plans so that Mr. iPhone Q Dingleberry can surf the web and tap-tap tappity-tap his greasy, fingerprint-smudged screen until tremors of Steve Jobs’ sanctimonious orgasm can be felt by every angora herder in Ankara.”

    This part had me rolling off of my chair with laughter. What a way with words, indeed!

    I’m definitely going to have to steal some derivation of that phrase, at some point in time, for something. That’s hilarious.

  • vanity Apr 3, 2008 @ 10:32

    On to the points:

    Liking Talyn: That strikes me as a no-brainer – it’s so well written and captivating. I read it in parallel with your Fire in the Mist story and noticed a few similarities (*spoiler* the horse jokes, a mind controlling antagonist, a female hero that doesn’t fit people’s beauty standards *spoiler*), yet Faia didn’t resonate with me, but I was feeling with Talyn. Fire in the Mist was good, no question, but Talyn was a true masterpiece.

    Massive Corporations: I don’t mind them trying to make a profit, but there are a few traits of massive corporations that give me the creeps. The lack of respect for laws and customers is where I draw the line, so with much regret I have put some top entertainment companies on my boycott list.

    Cranky Phone Guy: I possess the cheapest pay as you go phone, which doesn’t contain any gimmicks and use skype most of the time, so any 3rd generation phone rants are something I can’t relate to. At all.

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