Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach. And those who can't teach can steal expensive jewelry from their high school students and then get caught after selling the stolen valuables to a pawn shop. They're going to love this guy in prison.
Did you buy some ridiculous overpriced car? What better way to say "I'm a schmuck!" than by taking two parking spaces—and not just at the mall or whatever, but at your actual workplace, where everyone can see what you're doing. Punishment finally arrived for this jerkoff.
According to his owner, Brando Harker, his sweet labrador Oakley was friendly, calm and had a beautiful heart. Unlike the asshole "friend" who promised to take good care of Oakley while he was deployed in Afghanistan—only to sold him on Craiglist.
If you're expecting a package from FedEx, whatever's inside might just be in little pieces by the time it gets a final toss to your doorstep. Incredible video shot on the streets of New York shows just how terribly this FedEx worker treats your stuff.
Do you like being that extremely annoying person at parties, concerts, or sporting events that everyone wishes security would quickly escort away? That's all but guaranteed if you show up with the Deaf Leopard: a CO2-powered handheld horn that's as loud as a passing train.
It's generally not a good thing to be biased. Sure, you can have your opinions, you can even cling to them strongly, but if they start actually altering your perception of reality, things can get messy. Lucky for you, hard-to-read fonts are here to the rescue, and might be able to save you from opinionated ranting.
Steve Jobs may like interacting with his public via email, but the same can not be said for AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. One guy emailed him twice in two weeks and was threatened with a C&D. Yikes.
The Phantom Keystroker has gotten an update, allowing you to make a victim's computer randomly type garbage text, move the mouse or turn on caps lock. Hilarious?
There are few practices as stupid, simple and damaging to the environment as wasteful packing. Take a look at this ludicrous box that Dell used to send a 2GB thumb drive. It's about 100 times too big, and it's not just wasteful because of the cardboard used. I, for one, am sick of seeing crap like this.
Say, we haven't heard from the RIAA in a little while. What are they up to? Oh, evil you say? So nothing new. The latest offense is the RIAA mounting a court challenge to force satellite radio companies XM and Sirius to pay them more in licensing fees and not allow users to record songs they hear.
Apparently incredibly sexy tipster Elizabeth's Wii-difficulty at Best Buy aren't unique, nor are they limited to Best Buy. The combination of Black Friday and two massive console launches have brought out the worst behavior in some retail employees, and here are a few.