It had a subordinate clause. He’s now a subordinate.
Check out the spoof Apple Terms and Conditions on YouTube. They are pretty funny.
7,500 Online Shoppers Accidentally Sold Their Souls To Gamestation…
That’s literally what the power company is telling the folks in Texas who are dealing with $20,000 power bills.
Terms of Abuse, perhaps?
So true. Most don’t read all the details. Kind of reminds me of the movie The Santa Clause. Lol.
From watching the movie “The Hobbit,” I think that Bilbo Baggins is the only person I’ve even seen read the Terms and Conditions.
it is amazing or startling what you will find in those agreements, “the devil is in the details”
Those brown M&Ms will get you every time.
My ISP just revamped their services, mostly good for users. I didn’t read the EULA (TLDR). Instead I copied it into Word and was informed that the doc had over 9,300 words!
Nice of the workers to toss their trash in his direction since he has limited travel space with the chain…
Looks like Stanton’s only able to sweep a tiny area of the floor. That tiny print is a morass of quicksand for sure.
The great Tom Smith’s take on EULAs:
Behind-the-scenes comment: I tried so hard to figure out another way to draw this one. Alas, while it’s all understandable here, in black and white, smaller, on newsprint, I worry how many people can see the details to get the joke. I really wrestled whether to just spike it or go with it. Hope it succeeded … in all media.
I guess it’s been a while since Dilbert became Bill Gates’ towel boy for the same reason.
November 25, 2017