I’ve been using Shower Shock Caffeinated Soap. After a couple weeks of using it in the morning I realized that it truly invigorated me and that it was really nice to have my morning caffeine intake (2 cups) before I even got out of the shower. I was clean, caffeinated, bright eyed, and didn’t have coffee breath. During the two week trial I noticed that the Caffeinated Soap also accelerated my body hair growth. Whoa. What the?
How to use such a powerful concoction…
The hair on my head is thinning.
ALRIGHT. I gotta a HUGE freakin’ forehead with no hair on it.
It’s not my fault, I’m pretty sure it’s the radiation from the 20 CRT monitors surrounding me in a 100 foot proximity.
I’m a genius. You don’t even know. Well..you might. But just act like you don’t. I don’t want people to know.
Needless to say, another 2 week supply of Shower Shock Caffeinated Soap was promptly ordered. It arrived. I’ve been using it… On my head. Being careful not to get it on my ears, nose, eyes or teeth. Hairy ears, eyes, nose and teeth is not attractive.
FRANKLY, HAIRY EARS, NOSE, EYES, and TEETH IS WEIRD.
Here it is two weeks later after the shiny, caffeinated soap/shampoo arrived on my doorstep via next day air. I have hair on my forehead. My life is changed. Co-workers ask me to take my wig off. I laugh at them and ask them to take it off for me. THEY CAN’T, BECAUSE IT’S NOT A WIG. Girls do double-takes when I walk by. Guys do double takes when I walk by. People yell at me on the street “GET A HAIR CUT YOU LOSER!” People ask what product I use to get that lustrous look for my hair. I smile, wink, and say Shower Shock Caffeinated Soap.
THIS SOAP/SHAMPOO IS A FREAKIN’ MIRACLE. Check this out:
YEAH. The real deal. I’m not even joking. FOR REAL.
WARNING: Results may vary. Possible side effects may include but are not limited to:
Hyperactivity. Hair loss. Anxiety. Depression. Sneezing. Hives. Boils on the legs. Shirt hem unraveling. 101 degree temperature for 21 days. Green skin. Receeding gums. Vomiting. Hunger. Insomnia. Mouth sores. High blood sugar. Low blood sugar. Heart palpitations. Accelerated finger nail growth. Eyelash loss. Varicose veins. Feet itching. Excess ear wax. Sweating. Thirst. Blinking. Loss of mobility. Greed. Lust. Vanity.
Today was “Administrative Professionals Day”. My wife is an Administration Professional, and once again her boss did not acknowledge her. This pisses her off, yet year after year she secretly hopes that her boss (old or new in the job) will suprise her with some act of gratitude. Keep hoping dear, us men have a hard enough time remembering our anniversary and your birthday, how can you expect one to remember Administrative Professional Day?
I want a “QA & Test Professionals Day”. Please make it a point to ignore me by not writing defects, providing clear specifications, and writing robust unit tests. Thats all I ask.
QA & Test Professionals Day is May 4th. The day before Cinco de Mayo. Don’t forget.
When uninstalling a program from Add/Remove Programs that was installed using Installshield you will get no related logging. This is a serious testing and development problem when there is a problem with the uninstall of the program.
How can you output logging to troubleshoot Add/Remove uninstall issues? Mimic the same behavior of Add/Remove Programs from the command line using the following example:
“Test Installer Setup.exe” /uninst /s /v“/qn /Luie \”%TEMP%\Uninstall for Test Install.log\””
Understand InstallShield command line parameters here.
I’m not sure if this is a defect or a Google joke, but I’ll call it a defect since it could possibly put peoples’ lives at risk. Err..mentally challenged peoples’ lives that is.
If you use Google Maps to plot your driving course from New York to Italy, step 32 asks you to “Swim across the Atlantic Ocean 5,572 km“. <insert smart ass comment here, I’ll spare you mine>.
I’d be interested to know the truth behind this “swim” recommendation. Why not fly or boat to avoid lawsuits?
Recently I attended Harry Robinson’s presentation (from Google) on How to build your own Robot armyand he talked about some of the defects that were found while testing Google Maps. They’ve had some serious defects and testing challenges, which leads me to believe that the swim recommendation is not a feature but a defect?