Motherfucker likes you now.
I am completely incapable of anything even remotely this intricate.
Great idea, on paper Einstein.
It’s real easy to understand why by looking at these simple charts.
We have been working harder and harder without wages going above the inflation rate since the 1970’s.
This cumulative inflation chart speaks for itself.
Inverse to inflation is the purchasing power of one U.S. dollar.
Want to buy a house?
How about a new car?
They always said that getting an education was the key to getting ahead in life,
In summary, work harder for the same amount of money while the price of everything goes through the roof and hope you fucking die quick without getting sick first.
Still wondering why you are dead fucking broke all the time Sunshine?
Ain’t life grand?
That has to sting.
I use CC Cleaner because it’s free and it works.
I am just glad I have been ignoring the update notice on it for a couple of months now.
Supposedly it’s fixed but for a product designed to remove Malware to get hacked in the first place has to be about as embarrassing as it gets.
CBS Local — A computer program used to help your PC run faster has reportedly become the latest victim of hackers looking to breach the security of millions of its users.
CCleaner, the computer-optimizing tool made by software company Piriform, was successfully infected by malware, according to security firm Cisco Talos. The malware reportedly tried to connect to unregistered websites in order to remotely download even more harmful programs to users’ computers.
Security experts say the Trojan horse-style attack hackers launched affected over 2 million CCleaner customers who downloaded the product in August.
“By exploiting the trust relationship between software vendors and the users of their software, attackers can benefit from users’ inherent trust in the files and web servers used to distribute updates,” researchers at Talos said.
Piriform’s parent company, Avast, released a statement after the breach was announced saying the infected software had been dealt with.
“Piriform believes that these users are safe now as its investigation indicates it was able to disarm the threat before it was able to do any harm,” an Avast spokesperson said.
“There is nothing a user could have noticed,” said Talos researcher Craig Williams. The malware expert added that a similar attack was carried out on accounting software in the Ukraine in June. The revelation is sure to be unsettling for the 130 million people who reportedly use the trusted PC cleaning tool.
“UPDATE, 9:15 AM: We’re starting to get a bit clearer picture of how Stephen Colbert’s Emmy Awards hosting debut went last night and it’s still on track to be an all-time low for TV’s big night.
With non-adjusted fast affiliates in, the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards snagged a 2.1/8 among adults 18-49 and 9.58 million viewers. Or put it another way, between 8 – 11 PM, the CBS broadcast show was down 19% in the key demo and 1% in total sets of eyeballs from last years’ Emmys on ABC, the previous low.”
Of course they are trying to blame the ratings disaster on the lack of viewers due to the recent hurricanes and the fact there was a NFL game on.
Maybe, I’m still inclined to believe that people have had enough of these self important jackasses spouting off with their political opinions anyway.
I know I have.
You couldn’t pay me enough to watch that shit and I could care less what those fucking idiots in Hollywood think or say.
I still have my Gmail account open because I have had it for over ten years and that is the only way some people know how to get in touch with me.
That means I still get a shit ton of bullshit Emails and notifications about shit I could give a fuck about.
For example, this irritating as fuck Google Play notice keeps popping up telling me to make sure I spend the damn dollar they are going to give me, FREE!, on some fucking thing or another I don’t give a shit about.
It is with delicious irony that I report that Google Email, to Google, as Spam.