- CenturyLink. Hands down the worst customer service I have experienced. EVER. That's saying quite a bit. I once had to cajole Compaq into admitting their product was defective. Talk about pulling teeth.
- The Pioneer Woman. She may be the "everyday housewife's" go to but, seriously, learn how to make a goddamned roux. Also, butter does not make everything better. Her recipes are shit, unless you need a bazillion pictures of chopping onions and garlic. I used to read her site, but NONE of her recipes ever worked. Why is she famous? I just saw a preview of her show, and her voice is as obnoxious as her lack of decent cooking skills. I could teach the cat to cut an onion like she does, but he prefers eating butter.
- Centurylink. Again. Seriously, screw those guys.
- That picture that is a mashup of Tim Tebow praying vs the Muslims praying, and asking why Tebow is wrong. I'll break it down:
- The Muslims are praying towards Mecca at their place of worship. No one (should ever) get on someone for praying/etc at their place of worship.
- Tim Tebow is making a show of his religion at his place of work. Last time I checked the NFL is not a religious organization.
- Comparing the two is like (to sound utterly cliche) comparing apples to oranges.
- People who love the Tebow would be super irate if a player of another religion
- (Muslim/no religion/Jewish) made a show of their faith
Before I get a bunch of angry comments about the Tebow rant, let me get one thing clear; I am an athiest. I am not a militant athiest. I firmly believe that everyone has the right to observe their religion (or lack thereof). I am not going to be the person who sues the government because our currency says "in God we trust." I respect people with religion and the people that believe that I respect the most are the folk who don't feel as if they have to make a production out of their faith. For what it's worth, I was raised Protestant. Feel free to call me an awful person for my lack of faith but know this: I refuse to look down on a person for their faith, unless they are militant in their beliefs (as in, everyone needs to believe in what I believe in). To each their own.