Really, the only suspense or drama on this show will come after the show, when the “winner’s” new employers/backers have to figure out what to do with a cook who couldn’t hold up a fry station at a 20 seat fish house.
“This has been a hell of a race and extremely exciting. The weather ended like it started. Fortunately there has been a long dry period in between. I see the result with two crying and one laughing eye…”—Ralf Jüttner
The Target survey came at a time when Wal-Mart has been striving to appeal to middle- and high-income consumers and compete more directly with Target. Wal-Mart has upgraded some areas of its store and added higher-quality products.
This weekend, for example, Wal-Mart introduced Dell computers into its stores.
You may have heard the news that Apple embeds your name in music that you buy from the iTunes Store, even music without digital rights management. The company’s fiendish approach prevents you from even knowing what happened unless you look, and prevents you from removing the information unless you try.
Clearly a company this devious wouldn’t limit itself to merely writing your name on your digital underwear. A closer look at Apple and iTunes reveals even more insidious tactics.
1. Apple embeds your name into the actual lyrics of “88 Lines About 44 Women.” (Assuming your name is Deborah, Carla, Mary, Susan, Reena, Cathy, Vicki, Kamela, Xylla, Joan, Sherry, Kathleen, Seattle, Karen, Jeannie, Mary Ellen, Gloria, Mimi, Marilyn, Julie, Rhonda, Patty, Linda, Katherine, Pauline, Jean-Marie, Gina, Jackie, Sarah, Janet, Tanya Turkish, Brenda, Rowena, Dee Dee, Debbie Ray, Nina, Bobbi and/or Bobbi Sox, Eloise, Terri, Ronnie, Jezebel, Dinah, Judy or Amaranta. Or Norman Rockwell.)
evidently the summer teen reading theme is “You Never Know what you’ll find at your library!”
Unfortunately, they have abbreviated this to YNK @ Your Library. It seems that a lot of teens and other users are mistaking this for YANK @ Your Library. Nothing like a masturbatory teen reading theme!