Stupid Question of the Week – wk5

This week we’re looking at liberals and fish soup. What’s the relation, you may ask? Well, I blame the TV – there’s too much rubbish on. Anyways, here are the internet bits that stood out this week.

1. The Liberals are Fighting for Your Brain

Switch off the TV
Switch off the TV

Well, I’m not sure whether this is funny or sad. I guess the guy’s got a point. This answer was, however, posted on the USA version of Yahoo Q&A so I assume the enquirer is oblivious of the TV content that we have to endure in the UK. It’s hardly liberal, I’d rather call it Labour legacy. If you want to know what I mean, watch this chav compilation – stuff like that is regularly broadcast on National TV.

2. I’m an Idiot. How do I use Microsoft SkyDrive?

How to Copy/Paste?
How to Copy/Paste?

This one’s not a real question but it was such an obvious #fail that I simply couldn’t ignore it. Did you think Copy/Paste was a very easy operation? Apparently not. Look at this advert title! Basically, what this chap has done is copy his stuff out of Microsoft SkyDrive document and there’s been a short delay in transferring data. Good effort, mate. Oh, and I didn’t know you were allowed to post website address in a free Gumtree ad! Looks like I’m getting my next stepladder from 2savefurniture.co.uk. If the author of the ad is reading this post, here’s a video that might help in your future computing antics.

3. You Eat Fish, we Just Drink the Soup

Fish Soup
Fish Soup

The Q&A section on Alibaba is funny, it just is! What do you need if you’ve ordered junk in China and they’ve screwed you over? You need an advice from Expert Recommended. It’s not the same as a “recommended expert”. The Expert Recommended is an expert of a higher level. Not only he can give you answering for your consideration, he can even suggest a few good recipes. Like this one:

buzzkeeper

Arvid Linde is an independent SEO consultant, award-winning journalist, MSc in engineering, published author and a technology addict. More info on the about page.