Monday, April 23, 2007

Dear Myspace

It's been a little while since I went on a rant. Now's the time.

Dear Myspace,
How are things with you? I'm guessing "not so good" because you never really seem to work right. It seems like every day as soon as I've finished typing up a 14,000 word Myspace message and hit "send" I always seem to get the "sorry! an unexpected error has occurred. This error has been forwarded to Myspace's technical group" message. Yeah, thanks Myspace, that's helpful. Is it really that unexpected? This happens 6 times a day. Who are these tech people and what are they doing with my message? Can they just resend it for me or must I retype the same message 15 more times? And what type of information does this one particular error message contain that is so different then the other 18,000 error messages their "tech group" receives? What is this tech group like? And why can't they fix this error by now?

Also, do the Myspace spammers think I'm stupid? NO, I DON'T want to hear about your latest ringtones. And not for one second will I be tricked by this message even though it came from one of my friends. My friends don't care about ringtones and certainly wouldn't send me a message about one. At the same time, I'm not getting tricked by the Myspace email or comment message that talks about "girls say that size does matter." Who are the people who are falling for these scams? I say the people who are tricked by these messages and actually click on those links should be kicked off of Myspace. I'd give them the electric chair if possible.

So in conclusion, Myspace, get your stuff together. For a website that is worth like $100 million, you run worse than my Apple IIc and that includes the time that Oregon Trail got stuck inside the disk drive and wouldn't work anymore.

Luke-Warm Regards,


chaapanda said...

LOL the Oregon trail is way better than Myspace. At least on the Oregon trail you don't have a bunch of fourteen year olds dressing up as hoho's and taking half noodie pix of themselves.

mattisphaction said...

Oops! Your family died of cholera.

that's what she said... least with oregon trail you can write your own epitaph...sweet!