Mass surveillance practices in the U.S. date all the way back to World War I, from wartime monitoring to the censorship of international communications. Intelligence agencies like the FBI, CIA, and NSA have continued such practices to this day. In fact, these days, we openly invite surveillance into our own homes: with smart TVs, virtual assistants, and more–including these high-quality Pogocam Sunglasses.
Um yes hello, I would like to order the bulk Haribo Gummy Bears please and thank you.
Can the others of you here join me?
*starts slow chant
I remember somebody doing something like this to get something posted. it wasn’t something i cared about so i kinda didn’t take note of the strategy. yes i know, sux for me. but um please like help. cuz i’m like a teacher - no not like a grammarr teacher or nothing like that - but the kids want candy and i need a good deal. cuz they ain’t buying the whole just learn for the value of learning. they want their sugar fix. and i’m a teacher and you know what that means and why i need this mehrific subsidy.
@mehliana Haribo gummy bears are a very popular product with a very loyal fan base. They don’t come out with a new version every couple of years either. So very much the kind of thing which does not go on sale here. Not unless they ever decide to come out with a squid marmalade flavored variety at least, which judging by their ongoing success, the marketing department is unlikely to try.
All is not lost though. While you probably won’t find them discounted very often, if ever; Sugar-free gummy bears are every bit as tasty. They will teach your students many very valuable life lessons. Plus the entertainment value is worth every penny, provided you remain upwind, and don’t have to clean up the mess afterwards.
@brainmist - please go to the head of the class. even though you didn’t imagine squid marmalade gummies, your request for gummies is taken as support for my cause.
@ciabelle - Thanks but you have detention! and why not throw your hat in the 2020 Presedential election while you’re throwing out wrong facts, “So very much the kind of thing which does not go on sale here.”
Not only is it the type of thing that goes on sale here @mediocrebot posted it himself (or herself, or itself or whatever) and sold it to me at some point in an unspecified and distant past. Time for another go. please.
I’m not going to trust Pogo again. Years ago Woot! sold Seagate networkable docks for their portable hard drives that came with “lifetime Pogo service” that let you set up effectively secure personal cloud storage from your home.
A very few years later Pogo ‘altered the arrangement’ and refused to honor the commitment, saying they were not bound by what Woot! posted, although Woot! had received that commitment from them.
Hm. OOH, the reviews for this are lackluster.
OTOH, I did get a pair of glasses without the camera in my IRK (which I didn’t post. Should I post? It did indeed cause regret.)
Of course, I could use contest codes to make this seem less like I’m throwing away money on useless cruft just because I like getting stuff in the mail and being briefly excited and then immediately regretful.
But I should really save my sunglasses money for the next massive batch of crappy cheap random sunglasses since I’m almost through the current batch…