@stuffisthings his dad is the Prince of the Forest, hence the political ties...
Can you please make cocktail napkins of these and market them to me?
waiting for the beat to dropppppp
oh... no wrong
well, I like it but I'm just holding out for an epic drop
and maybe I'll get it in a sec?
no didn't happen
so that's my concensus
this is a blue ball song
it felt great but I didn't finish
LW2: Have a safe word/signal ALWAYS before any type of breath/sub/dom play. Better yet, have two, one to slow down and one to stop immediately. And everyone thinks the stuff they like is kinda weird.
There's a kid who is really good at building things, so he runs away and builds a treehouse. And then a bunch of other kids follow him to his field and he builds like a bird watching house for this girl who loves to bird watch and so on. Then the parents find them and they all go home.
Perfect, now can you find me the DRESS, for under $20? I love these colors!
@snowmentality Its about your browser. They vary from computer to computer based on the operating system. You are correct in that they are showing the higher options first to Mac users, but their data suggests that Mac users spend more therefore they are less price sensitive. This will affect how they are marketed toward. It may be more difficult for a Mac user to find the rates offered to a PC user. Since most people don't search through pages of results, they are much more likely to pick a more expensive option.
@Leanne That makes sense, but it doesn't make me happy, lol.
@Leanne That's disappointing! They must've seen a surge in Tuesday ticket prices or something.
@Anchovy Cake I work in online ads so I know the secrets! Your browser stores little pieces of data about you called cookies. This is how they save your login info etc. But other sites (ANY site) can drop cookies on you. Have you ever noticed that something you looked at online creeps on you as an ad as your navigate through the internet? That site dropped a cookie onto your browser to identify you as a potential customer. Airlines do the same thing to alert their system as to what rates you have received. Orbitz can't read a Kayak cookie, but it can track you as you go through the internet. If you are price shopping online for a good deal, always clear your cookies/cache. You will have to re-login to everything, but it will help you get rid of all the retargeting ads and will clear any cookies that have been dropped on to your browser. (to clear, go into the tools tab and go to "clear recent history" or you save do not track as a permanent option if you do not ever want to be tracked).
On an unrelated sidenote, airlines tend to post their cheapest rates on Tuesday so that is the best day to buy (after the weekend) :)