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Amanda works in healthcare, is a loudmouthed feminist, and proud supporter of the Oxford comma.

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  1. I don’t understand why these online gaming matchmaking services can’t include a way for the community to label the annoying and childish users. If you annoy enough decent users, you should get relegated to being matched with other annoying children. Let them yell profanity into each others’ ears and leave the rest of us in peace.

    1. On consoles that was initially a tech limitation. Microsoft alleges that they’re going to be implementing a ‘smart’ matching system for the Xbox One that will incorporate reputation.

  2. I’ve had Live for a long time, but I haven’t plugged in the headset for years. Too many obnoxious people. Lately, I started thinking about it more, and realized they aren’t really providing me with much of a service in the first place. My Xbox hosts the games. They’re constantly changing the UI to add more insulting advertisements. Why am I paying for again? The privilege of being connected to jerks?

    My subscription lapses this month. Time to unplug.

    1. And as sandwiches are the world’s most perfect food combination – bread and other things, I wish assholes would stop using them in a derogatory, asshat fashion. Also, I am really hungry and I am going to make my own delicious sandwich.

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