Mike from McDonald’s Is Blowing Up on Facebook With His Public Service Announcement About Fast Food Employees Getting a Bad Rep – Cheezburger

I can’t really argue with this…

 

 

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Source: Mike from McDonald’s Is Blowing Up on Facebook With His Public Service Announcement About Fast Food Employees Getting a Bad Rep – Cheezburger

Taking the Same Train Each Day…

When you take the same train each day, you notice things….

  • The person with the crazy hair
  • The person who reeks of BO or has a flatulence problem…
  • The person who always never has time to do her make-up and spends the journey doing her face
  • The person who always wears winter gear even in summer. Or summer gear in winter
  • The person always sleeping with their feet on the opposite-facing seats
  • The person who always brings a FULL-SIZED BIKE onto the train
  • The person who brings a smelly McDonalds/Burger King meal onto the train.
  • The person who has an open can of Red Bull (can’t they f**king change the smell on that thing?)

So… my office made me use a Macbook Pro…

AND I HATED IT.

It won’t boot ISOs unless you hdiutil it, which is an Apple propriety tool, or the ISO has been EFI enabled already, and since it’s not open source, I can’t even do that beforehand.

The Macbook won’t work with a known good HDMI cable (which I use with a Desktop PC), unless it’s Apple branded – which Apple being Apple, isn’t the least bit surprising…

I’ve tripped over their power supply more than once, and putting it at the plug end make it bulky and ugly.

My first course of action with regards to the setup? Trash MacOS and install Ubuntu. Of course, Apple make things endlessly difficult — I had to hdiutil the Ubuntu ISO to make it bootable, then install Ubuntu. After which, the Macbook wouldn’t boot.

Thanks to the install guide at Linux Mint:

http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/1643

I found out I had to fiddle with the efibootmgr tool to change the boot order, and it works fine now. But then I had to figure out how to right-click on a no-button mouse touchpad. The hack is found on the Debian site (look at the mouseeemu post at the bottom). So now I have a clickable touchpad, with right-click being “ctrl+click”

https://wiki.debian.org/MacBook#Touchpad_for_the_new_2008_unibody_Macbook_and_Macbook_Pro

 

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