Whatever the name is, it’s all comes to one thing – Stay home. It’s just as simple as that, nothing more. When there is nothing to do, stay home instead of walk around the mall.
This is something so simple that one should have been doing it already. Why is there to wait for the government to tell?
Everyone is asking what government going to do, well, a strict check-up is ready, strict travel already imposed. Besides financial aid, I do not see anything the government can do but ourselves, which is, again, stay home.
Now, the financial aid seems disappointing, but it is what you’re looking for, so take it and shut up. Stay home like what the government imposes.
My email to SOCAR, here is the break down of the event.
Day 1: I wanted to register to SOCAR app, but it just doesn’t upload my identification. So I gave up, I emailed the support (after some search, I went to Facebook, because nothing is working) to get my account removed.
Day 2: Received a follow-up automation email regarding whatever it is the first email. The unsubscribe link doesn’t work, it loop back to my email. So again, I contact the support to get myself removed from their newsletter.
Day 14: Another automation email came. I was pissed, I clicked the unsubscribe link, it work this time. I contact the support again to confirm and get myself out of them.
I understand there will be some hiccup especially on email marketing, but removing an email shouldn’t be that hard to do.
It seems like I’m with government agency. Everything is harder and time consuming with them.
I’m not a car enthusiast, as long as it has wheels and cover me on a rainy day, getting me from point A to point B, I’m good. The car I’m driving is about 7 years old now. I’m not planning to change any time soon, but I do bring up the changing car topic with my wife from time to time.
Our first thought was an electric car, which is way too limited in the market. Nissan Leaf is kind of expensive for a small car. I don’t believe building an electric car is so difficult, just look at the success with Tesla car (and numerous electric car in China). There is even a solar-powered car.
The thing is, when people buying a car, they’re looking for fast, horsepower and some shits that a car doesn’t really need. Why would a normal town and highway driving need to pick up 100km/h in 6 seconds or less?
If you look at a car as what it is – transportation. There isn’t really a lot of requirement. In fact, I think if we remove a lot of the so-called “performance”, it will still be a car, a decent car we can drive to the mall and have dinner around town.
As a matter of fact, we should in a way limit a car performance to help combat accidents. Here, where I live, there is one t junction (minor road mind you), so far 5 years of living, I’ve seen 3 major accidents (car flipping).
If there is a solar-powered “normal” car available and within my budget, I will sign up first one, no question asked. I still don’t understand why there isn’t much initiative from our government to import/encourage more electric cars.
So we went to the exhibition the other weekend. Not really that interesting for my liking.
I mean a few items from the movies and that’s all. I don’t like the human figures there, as it is nothing like the real person/thing.
Also, one thing bugs me a lot is the way it exhibits – I cannot go backward. Once we went inside the walkway, there is only one way to go – forward. Why? Why can’t I go back to the previous section? Limited space for those limited items?
It’s so easy to be a decent human being, just turn/scroll/click away. I don’t know why there are people even take the extra miles to do something to show how indecent they are.
A gentleman took the time to download the car cam video and upload to Facebook ranting another driver for not using signal light. Like this doesn’t happen everywhere every time.
A lady took the time to go to Facebook complaint about a newsletter she received instead of click on the unsubscribe link. I mean if you did not subscribe to the newsletter, it won’t send to you for no reason.
A gentleman took 15 minutes complaint about the slippery floor when he casually walked by and slightly slipped (not fall) over the floor, instead of just turn and continue walking.
Everyone encounters some shitty things every day of every moment. Yours are not that special and also, how much attention you actually want from a petty encounters?