Crazed criteria

Syntax nothwithstanding, you’d think this was a straightforward question:

Yahoo Answers screenshot: What is makes a battery good?

But no, this guy has an agenda the size of a farking wall:

I mean Laptop battery, one cost $18.00 in wallmart and the other one $119.00 plus taxes schipping and procesing, hundred dollars of difference what the F…

I really do need a battery the one that i have i paid 25 bucks in some dirty, dreadfull and flirty website place with no “trust” green sight and last two month only 2 years ago and now, i saw an 18 bucks battery in wallmart, what the hell…wait a minutes, everything in walmart are made in Mexico, mostly china or another country with dictatorial regimen support for Trump and his henchmen. That telling that something might be wrong with this particular battery, something smell like “chorizo” no good.

That is what my question about batteries is that for, thanks for bright me with your patient and intelligency, thanks a lot cuz google works schit on this peculiar issue.

I’d ask him for a source that details the Mexican government’s support for Donald Trump, but I’d have better luck asking the neighborhood ferret quantum-mechanics questions.


  1. ETat »

    15 December 2017 · 6:53 am

    And where are those henchmen when we need them?

  2. CGHill »

    15 December 2017 · 7:51 am

    Sitting on the Group W hench?

  3. McGehee »

    15 December 2017 · 9:15 am

    If he can replace a laptop’s battery (let alone operate one) and his first language is English, he has no business coming across that illiterate.

  4. fillyjonk »

    15 December 2017 · 11:39 am

    Agreed. “thanks for bright me with your patient and intelligency” sounds like a hacker-from-another-country trying to leave a vague but positive blogcomment.

    I also tend to be of the “you get what you pay for” school of thought (except when dealing with Amazon “third-party” sellers). Would not buy a laptop battery at the Mart of Wal.

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