You Get What You Pay For


The jerks at Yahoo! have updated my email.  There is this cool taskbar with all sorts of fun options for sending email, now.  Wow, it is so cool.  Unfortunately, they have also done something that prevents me from either composing new email or replying to the messages from my huge fanbase.

So, Yahoo jerks, you can have your gay emoticons and background stationary templates and whatever other geegaws you have ladled onto my plate in exchange for the abiltiy to send and reply to messages.  You know, the actual purpose that the fucking email was created for.   

Thank you for your time. 


11 Responses to “You Get What You Pay For”

  1. Aunt B. Says:

    You’re being outsmarted by Yahoo? I take back everything I’ve ever said about you being brilliant. You know that the "compose" button is not an order to write music, right? You hit that to make new email.

  2. Sarcastro Says:

    Ho, ho. You are a laff riot. Nevermind that I’ve been sending email since before you were dragging effete drama club boys out to the backseat of your car. The ‘compose’ button is the one that isn’t working. As well as the ‘reply’ button.That’s why you haven’t gotten an email from me telling you how glad I am that you are back.

  3. Aunt B. Says:

    Come now. Don’t sell yourself short. I suspect you’ve been sending email since before I was born.

  4. sgazzetti Says:

    Looks like this is the perfect opportunity for you to drop Yahoo! like an underage Vietnamese girl and make the bold move to Gmail. I switched a few months back and haven’t missed Yahoo! at all. I much prefer exclamation-point-free web services. I’ll send you an invite and you can try it out. Oh, sorry, I forgot that you can’t receive mail. I’ll send the Gmail invitation via carrier pigeon. What’s that you say? Extinct?

  5. Aunt B. Says:

    Oh, he can receive, he just can’t pitch. I imagine that’s why this is bothering him so much–it’s making him feel placid and kind.So, hurry up and invite him so we can have our surly curmudgeon back.

  6. Sarcastro Says:

    Here is my problem with moving to Gmail. I have had this email address forever. This is how people all over this great land of ours and in nations as far away as the former Austro-Hungarian Empire know how to contact me.

  7. Aunt B. Says:

    Well, what does Yahoo say about the problem? You’ve complained to them, right?

  8. Sarcastro Says:

    This is beautiful. They sent me an email and asked me to be more specific. Apparently, I was supposed to reply to the email. Which if they fixed the problem, I would be happy to comply.So I sent them a new customer problem form (that doesn’t go through email) with a more specific description of how their shit don’t work right.

  9. Aunt B. Says:

    Okay, now this is reaching very funny proportions. I apologize for insinuating that your email problems made you girly.



  11. Sarcastro Says:

    Dear Justin’s Sister,What happened to your brother is a darn cryin’ shame. However, don’t blame me for naming him Justin Butts. If you want to be mad at someone, be mad at your parents for giving your brother a gay porno name. Let me guess, your first name is Anita? Or how about Ophelia?Poking fun at other people’s misery is what we do here. I don’t go down to where you work and knock the dick out of your mouth, now do I? Life certainly is a bitch. Then you marry one! O hahaha! That one is always a knee-slapper.Again, too bad about what happened to your brother. I’m sure you will find someone else to be the father of your bastard child.Your Pal in Christ, Sarcastro

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