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Forum posts for Advice of the Day for July 16th, 2007!

Posted by Palmer on Jul 16, 2007
My first day at school was always with a new set of shoes and clothes. Should we adopt to each and every Monday?

Cool.

Posted by Palmer on Jul 16, 2007
My first day at school was always with a new set of shoes and clothes. Should we adopt to each and every Monday?

Cool.

Posted by Palmer on Jul 16, 2007
Oh yes, I forgot to add which superpower I would love:

Ability to know, simply by looking at them, if a person has ever been to Cincinnati

This way, I could bet people a beer to guess if they've been to Cincinnati or not.

Posted by Nerhael on Jul 16, 2007
I would agree with teh cincinnati power as well. I think it's the most useful of the bunch.

Posted by crux on Jul 16, 2007
I think the quote of the day would have been just as good without the context.

Posted by phduffy on Jul 17, 2007
I think that going on forums and posting about how teh good Whole Foods is is kind of like the "All I want for Christmas is a PSP" thing. Stupid and juvenille, and makes you look like an ass. I don't think he should be charged with anything, but if I were the board of directors at Whole Foods, I'd think long and hard about whether or not I wanted to keep him on as CEO.

Posted by Nerhael on Jul 17, 2007
Yeah, but it only looks stupid and juvenille cause he got caught. :)

In theory, assuming a virtual identity to plaster company name/url info is a pretty valid form of advertising.

I'm not sure how long he did this, and if it went well past when his company was still pretty new and growing, but meh.

I'm not saying I think he's a dolt, I'm just saying he didn't really do anything all that 'horrible' or 'low'. People badmouth the competition all the time. He just went a little lower.