|Posted: May 9, 2014, 1:26 am - IP Logged|
"(Always) Read the small print." That's good advice, one of the things my old pop used to tell me about how to get by in life. He also told me to never charge gas, groceries or booze. I've remembered those things and, for the most part, have abided by them. When I worked on drilling rigs, I vowed to never work for anyone wormier than myself and to just worry about my own "eight". (8-hr shift) I also once read a book that had sage advice: “Never eat at a place called Mom’s. Never play cards with a man named Doc. And never lay down with a woman who’s got more troubles than you.” I can particularly attest to that last one.
After several hours of pulling out what little hair I have left and combining curse words in variations that I've never done before, I have added another: Don't make registry edits just because some doofus on the 'net said it would fix your problem.
A people that elect corrupt politicians, impostors, thieves and traitors are not victims...but accomplices.
- George Orwell