@Hanky@lljk@cinoclav I find the “Newegg Marketplace” really annoying. Is the part I’ve just found coming from Newegg in a few days, or from China in a few weeks?
Yea, you can filter it out, but that’s one more unnecessary step.
And don’t get me started on refurb, aka used/returned parts. Why on earth would I buy a used CPU or motherboard that someone else has screwed up? Sorry, I just don’t believe it is possible for a retailer to refurbish a CPU.
@cinoclav@phendrick@tinamarie1974 I don’t mind over-analysis. I do mind a self righteous douche writing sanctimoniously about something that really isn’t anything more than childish humor for the simple sake of being nothing more than childish humor…
Oh, and I guess Weird Al didn’t come up with that phrase.
@cinoclav - Superman? Meh - I want more of those stupid monsters Ultraman used to take on. That show fascinated me as a kid - you knew the people coming up with that stuff thought differently than anyone you knew:
@PooltoyWolf@thechilipepper0 Guess they are looking to see if we are paying attention. Coming from the antibiotic site, perhaps they are hoping then you won’t need to buy some once you scrub all your skin off.
Thought we had a winner but that one doesn’t just merely claim to be ultrasonic. It claims to be a serum infuser. That alone would give our skeptical meh copywriter a few more paragraphs of disbelief to write.
Amazon was quick to recommend this instead: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07PHDQZ6K/ which doesn’t have a mister nor a serum infuser but not only is it ultrasonic, it also claims to moisturize the skin via iontophoresis! That’s a beautiful five-syllable load of bunk if I ever heard one… Yet it has a 4.4 star rating and is cheaper than this one.
Sorry meh, for once the Amazon reviews convinced me not to buy your offering, not merely because of, umm mediocre reviews but that there might actually be some genuinely decent products (BS aside) out there for less than what you’re selling one for.