(via xkcd: Loop)

I’ve never felt so bad at something accurately describing my media consumption in a single image.

(via xkcd: Loop)

I’ve never felt so bad at something accurately describing my media consumption in a single image.

this, so much. 
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this, so much. 

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I don’t know if I will ever change to a Portland area code (mostly 503, some 971.) Maybe when I change cell phone providers after my contract is up.
(Verizon wants to force me onto tiered data unless I pay full market price for a phone. After the way my Galaxy Nexus was pretty much behind the curve of HSPA+ models on AT&T & T-Mobile, no thank you, Big Red.)

I don’t know if I will ever change to a Portland area code (mostly 503, some 971.) Maybe when I change cell phone providers after my contract is up.

(Verizon wants to force me onto tiered data unless I pay full market price for a phone. After the way my Galaxy Nexus was pretty much behind the curve of HSPA+ models on AT&T & T-Mobile, no thank you, Big Red.)

The best part, as usual, is the text you get when your cursor hovers over the comic:
"I would subscribe to a Twitter feed that provided you with one reasonable sports opinion per day, like ‘the Red Sox can’t make the playoffs (championship game), but in last night’s game their win seriously damaged the chances of the Yankees (longstanding rival team)."
(via xkcd: Sports Cheat Sheet)

The best part, as usual, is the text you get when your cursor hovers over the comic:

"I would subscribe to a Twitter feed that provided you with one reasonable sports opinion per day, like ‘the Red Sox can’t make the playoffs (championship game), but in last night’s game their win seriously damaged the chances of the Yankees (longstanding rival team)."

(via xkcd: Sports Cheat Sheet)

Do click through because this gets even better with the text you get when you hover over the image, as all xkcd comics do.
(via xkcd)

Do click through because this gets even better with the text you get when you hover over the image, as all xkcd comics do.

(via xkcd)

Disturbingly accurate.

Disturbingly accurate.

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