To say Richard Dunn didn’t enjoy his Western Caribbean sailing on the NCL Epic might be something of an understatement.
If you don’t believe me, see what he slept on (above). Or watch the video he made after his vacation.
Go on, I’ll wait here.
As the owner of a Garmin Golf GPS, Jerry Cee found himself up against a steep learning curve and numerous technical challenges.
But that wasn’t the worst of his problems. His new gadget stopped working after he “really screwed it up,” according to Cee.
I already know how I’m going to meet my maker. It’s just a matter of when.
Someone’s going to find me face-planted into my keyboard, with the coroner’s diagnosis of death by acute Password Retention Pox.
Does anyone else see a similar fate in their future?
I just counted the number of sites that I visit at least once a month (and most more often than that) that need a password. There are no less than 45.
The human brain was never intended to juggle this many personal identification balls in the air.
Steve Adams is a patient man.
You have to be when you’re a 2nd through 12th-grade basketball coach. But Adams’ recent experience with his uniform vendor tested the limits of his tolerance.
By day, Adams is the vice president of a fire and life safety solutions company. By night, he runs Triumph Basketball in Dallas, a basketball club with over 350 players on 38 teams, and 11 coaches. Last fall, Adams interviewed five uniform vendors and chose Lids.
When it comes to good service, it sometime takes a little while for the lights to go on.
But when they do, maybe it’s because you found yourself at BMW of Catonsville in the Washington metro area, as I recently did.
It’s difficult to understate the rarity of Shannon Lee’s complaint. It’s almost as unusual as the topic of this story: bus travel.
Renee Delk insists a Terminix technician didn’t visit her home. Terminix’s records say otherwise. So who’s right?