Anyone who's ever had to dive into #stockphotography knows there are some real oddballs out there. But this one showing what supposedly is #computerrepair just irked us on so many levels, we had to share.
And the guy's sweet mullet doesn't even rank in our list.
We're not sure which problem could ever be solved by cutting mobo cables...but if you look closely, those appear to be pliers, not wire cutters.
And how many of you folks have ever taken apart a #computer only to find a loose incandescent light bulb just hanging out near the disassembled PSU? None? Yeah, that's what we thought.
Anyway - we're sure most of you will get a good laugh out of this ridiculousness, as we did.
#funny #it #tech #stockphotos #lol #ultravps
As a civilian engaged in business, I will often request bids for certain services and/or equipment. When the supplier gives me a bid that I like, I extend a contract to purchase said services/equipment for that price. If the supplier later decides that they just can't deliver the product for that price, then they have two choices: 1. they can deliver the product for that price, anyway, eating the cost of the overrun in the hope of securing future business and/or favorable advertising referencing my company as a happy user, or 2. they can back out of the contract, returning to me any deposits and payments that I may have already made, and I go looking for another vendor and make note not to ever deal with the non-delivering vendor again.
Why, then, does it not work this way when the government wants to buy a new weapons system, such as, oh, let's say the F-35?
At this point, JTRS isn't about delivering a better manpack. It's about giving GD and RC a reach around while cock blocking Harris and the off-the-shelf radio they developed on their own dime.
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