Category Archives: Lingo/Jezik

Simboli i obilježja

Znaš ono kad se voziš javnim prijevozom do doma? Špica, gužva; treba ti 40 i više minute, tramvaj pun. Šta ćeš? Sluške na uši, glazba i muzika i tih 40 minuta razmišljaš o svemu i svačemu i svakakve pizdarije ti se motaju po glavi.

E, tako se jedan dan meni motalo susjedstvo; preciznije koliko različitih simbola ima u susjednoj nam BiH – kantoni, entiteti – i kako su neki simboli zabranjeni, odnosno da neki kantoni – i čak sama Federacija – nemaju službene simbole.

To mi je malo puno glupo, pa sam još malo razmišljao o tome.

Dobro, za Federaciju su simboli nebitni jer je Federacija ionako svojevrsna protuteža RS-a. Mislim, oba entiteta su umjetne tvorevine mirovnog sporazuma koji je od BiH napravio protektorat (iako bi ovako lijep opis susjeda bio “konfederacija federacije i republike”). Činjenica je da je Daytonom prekinuto krvavo krvoproliće, pa se ne žalim, ali samo kažem 🙂 Federacija je zapravo nužno zlo i postoji samo zato da RS ne bi bio baš pravo dominantan nad kantonima. Ono 48:51 (ne računajući Brčko) ne izgleda kao kad bi se tih 48% površine uspoređivalo sa svakim kantonom pojedinačno. I da, tu je naravno mjesta za više državnih uhljeba 🙂 U biti, u Federaciji su bitni kantoni i ne vidim zašto bi bili potrebni simboli na entitetskoj razini. Dovoljni su državni simboli. Ipak Federacija nema separatističke težnje 🙂

Zapravo je jedini problem Hercegbosanskoj županiji čiji su simboli neustavni “jer predstavljaju samo jedan narod”. Isto vrijedi i za Zapadnohercegovačku županiju, ali budući da Hrvati čine 99% stanovništva županije [da, više nego u Hrvatskoj (90,5%) ×D ], to u ŽZH ne čini nekakav problem 🙂
U HBŽ je situacija drukčija. Mkay, jesmo većinski narod županije, ali sa 77%. Štoviše, u sjevernim općinama Srbi čine apsolutnu većinu.
Budimo realni, nismo sami na svijetu. Izvlačenje kako RS može je prebijedno jer tuđe greške i grijesi ne opravdavaju naše, a o licemjerju da drugima zamjeramo ono što sami činimo, ne bih. Samo ću reći da mrzim licemjerje! Osim toga, malo je glupo da dva kantona u istoj zemlji – i k tomu susjedna! – imaju ista obilježja.

Zapravo, najjednostavnije rješenje za HBŽ koje mi je palo na pamet se upravo krije u RS-u. Kakva je zastava RS-a? Srpska trobojnica jer kao crvena, bijela i plava predstavljaju Slavene, a i Srbi i Hrvati i Bošnjaci su Slaveni. Pa onda neka HBŽ jednostavno makne grb sa zastave i eto ti Slavena! Ako netko ide toliko daleko da misli da bi došlo do zajebuna s Nizozemskom (i/ili Luxemburgom ×D ), neka se ne zamara jer su i Nizozemska (i Luxemburg) države, a HBŽ je kanton. Zato ne brigaj. Vjerojatnost suradnje između Nizozemske (i/ili Luxemburga) i baš HBŽ je minimalna. I “nizozemska” plava (a bogme i crvena) je tamnija (a luxemburška svjetlija). Budući da danas ispis istih boja različite nijanse (ni na papir ni na platno) nije problem… A ako je baš potrebno, kad bi se baš trebala naglasiti razlika, onda ipak stavi grb (ili “amblem”) i mirna Bosna!

Što se grba tiče, tu se isto možemo “ugledati” na RS. Tu od zastave napraviš amblemčić, metneš 10  (kao “Kanton 10”) ili neki kurac u sredinu i mirna Bosna! Jedino ne bi tamo sa strane mećao Hercegbosanska županija ko što oni imaju Republika Srpska jer je naziv županije “škakljiv”. Mislim, ja bih bio malo kreativniji i stavio šahovnicu iznad koje je dvoglavi orao, a ispod su bosanski ljiljani ili tako nešto da svi budu “zadovoljni”, ali amblem tipa ovog što ima RS je najjednostavniji.

Stalno se priča o mogućoj reorganizaciji Federacije koje bi uključivala spajanje HBŽ i ŽZH. Ispričat ću vam priču jednu o kadi na dječjem odjelu ortopedije – na kojem sam često boravio od 1996. do 2007. – u bolnici Šalata u Zagrebu. Kada je bila oronula i nikakva; stara pola stoljeća (barem). Ma, užas živi, a prije svake operacije pod tuš u nju! Zato bi stariji bi brisali na muški/ženski odjel na tuširanje. Ne znam je li kada još uvijek na istom mjestu jer sam davno prerastao dječji odjel, ali poanta je da kada sve vrijeme dok sam ja išao na odjel nije promijenjena jer se ortopedija “seli u novu bolnicu”. Tako je, čekajući selidbu, odjel imao trulu kadu barem 10 godina! Isti je slučaj s Federacijom – pitanje kada će do reorganizacije doći i da li će uopće doći do nje, pogotovo jer bi se njom smanjio broj već spomenutih uhljeba. Pa samo vi čekajte reorganizaciju, a dotle će HBŽ biti bez službenih obilježja…

Sad moram dodaknuti “škakljivost” naziva Hercegbosanska županija 😀 Naziv je neustavan jer “županija nijednim svojim dijelom” nije u Hercegovini. Da… Krajnji jug županije jest u Hercegovini. Možda ne valja jer većina županije nije u Hercegovini, a naziv počinje eto baš Hercegovinom. Šta da ju nazovemo Bosan-hercegovačka županija?! Zato bi bilo lijepo da Ustavni sud ili kaže pravi razlog neustavnosti ili ne jebe mačku mater. Pravi razlog je, naravno da je isti naziv nosila samoproglašena Herceg-Bosna u ratu. Ajde mogu razumjeti da Srbima i Bošnjacima to nije po volji i nek ju oni slobodno zovu Kanton 10 ili kako već. Ali nije HBŽ jedina s nazivom samoproglašene republike iz rata, jelte? Da, pola BiH pripada entitetu koji je isto u ratu bio samoproglašena republika. Jedina razlika je da je RS bio pravo samoproglašen. Herceg-Bosna je priznavala suverenitet Republike BiH barem na papiru. Odnosno, RS je danas ono što je Herceg-Bosna bila u Ratu… S tim da naziv Herceg-Bosna i hercegbosanski ne spominju nijedan narod i nijednu narodnost; ništa ne svojata i nikom ne daje primat. Može li se isto reći za Republiku Srpsku? Ukratko, malo realnosti ne škodi…

Kad već bljezgarim, da još o nečem izbljegarim.

Kanton i/ili županija

U ovom postu sam naizgled naizmjence koristio izraze županija kanton. Iako mi za bh kantone često koristimo termin županija, postoji razlika između kantona i županije i to bitna. Kantoni federalne jedinice poput švicarskih kantona, a županije su jedinice područne samouprave u nekim zemljama (npr. u Hrvatskoj), poput okruga; odnosno autonomija kantona kao federalne jedinice je puno veća nego ona od županije. Zapravo, županije nemaju autonomiju i župan je direktno podložan centralnoj vlasti. Na kraju krajeva, na čelu bh kantona (čak i onih s većinskim hrvatskim stanovništvom) je premijer s vladom, a ne župan bez vlade. Znači, kanton se može zvati Zapadnohercegovačka županija, ali on je i dalje kanton; ono kanton Zapadnohercegovačka županija.

Treći entitet

Stalno se priča o tom trećem entitetu. Čak nam i Milorad daje podršku (ali samo “ako se ne dira ni pedalj RS-a”). E u tom pedlju je kvaka. Što bi značio treći entitet? U najboljem slučaju bi njime Federacija bila podijeljena, a gore spomenuta “protuteža RS-a” bi otišla u krasan kurac i RS bi bio pravo dominantan nad dva nova entiteta (48% bi u tom slučaju bilo pravo puno 😉 ). Postoji pak gora vjerojatnost kojoj Milorad vjerojatno teži. Ustav BiH, BiH definira kao državu koju čine dva entiteta. Uspostavom trećeg bi Milorad i raja mogli reći Mkay, imate dva entiteta; mi vam ne trebamo i dobiti pravni legitimitet za odcjepljenje. Prvi scenarij bi možda prošao bez krvi, ali sa stalnim provokacijama iz RS-a; a ovaj drugi bi zasigurno bio krvav. Zato mislim da treći entitet nije dobra ideja. Jedino što ostaje je već spomenuta reorganizacija Federacije. Po meni bi centralizacija Federacije bila najbolje rješenje da se smanje državni troškovi. Mkay je da kantoni imaju neka ministarstva, sudstvo itd. da bi održali autonomiju. Npr. jasno mi je ministarstvo kulture, ali ministarstvo zdravstva na kantonalnoj razini… Kad već ne može na državnoj, onda je logično da bude na federalnoj… Tako bi se novac mogao bolje rasporediti i troškovi bi se smanjili. Ali da, uhljebi… Zato sumnjam da je reorganizacija Federacije na vidiku…


Objavljeno navečer 3.5.2018. u 10:37

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Bezobrazluk ovlaštenog Lenovo servisa – trust in Lenovo seriously shaken

Ispričat ću vam priču jednu o bezobrazluku, nesposobnosti i neprofesionalnosti Zel-cosa, ovlaštenog Lenovo servisa.

Bit će dovoljno da ovdje zalijepim email koji sam poslao Potrošačkom kodu.

I’m gonna tell you about the rudeness, incompetence and unprofessionalism of an authorized Lenovo service in Croatia (actually, the only one). Pasting the email I sent to Lenovo should suffice. So… the email is right under the Croatian one, so stay tuned and keep scrolling 😀

Predmet: Bezobraznost, nesposobnost i neprofesionalnost Zel-cos; ovlaštenog Lenovo servisa

Tekst:

Poštovani,

ovim putem Vam želim ispričati svoje iskustvo sa servisom Zel-cos.

Riječ je o ovlaštenom Lenovo servisu.

Lani sam kupio Lenovo laptop kojemu se pokvario bluetooth. Malo radi, malo ne radi, ali više ne radi. Budući da mi se približavao istek garantnog roka, odlučio sam laptop dati na servis.

Kako vidite na radnom nalogu servisa, dobili su laptop 6. prosinca 2017. Na računu vidite da je laptop kupljen 16. prosinca 2016., odnosno da su ga primili unutar garantnog roka. Međutim, vraćen je prekjučer, 3. siječnja 2018.; odnosno nakon garantnog roka. Kod njih je proveo skoro mjesec dana, a oni su na njemu radili jedan jedini sat, kao što vidite u radnom nalogu. Što su napravili u tom vremenu? NIŠTA, kao što vidite u opisu rada. Da su radili na njemu malo više od sat vremena, možda bi i sami primijetili da bluetooth radi na preskokce. Ja sam doma potrošio pola dana pokušavajući pokrenuti bluetooth na Windowsima i Knoppixu. Nadalje, smo u trgovini gdje je kupljen, potrošili dodatnih dva sata u jednom danu (duplo više nego Zel-cos u 28 dana). Isprobavali smo bluetooth na Windowsima i Ubuntuu. Zato se pitam koji to moćno operativni sustav oni imaju da im je eto sve besprijekorno radili.

Također, reinstalaciju originalnih Windowsa u svrhu popravka u garantnom roku bi oni naplatili i to kao rad od sat vremena. Možda nekom neupućenom mogu prodavati te fore, ali ja znam da reinstalacija Windowsa traje uvrh glave pola sata. Ne znam, valjda bi si udvostručili trud… Ono što je bezobrazno bez obzira na naplaćivanje u garantnom roku i dodavanju potrebnog vremena je da me nisu kontaktirali da me pitaju da li da nastave. Ne znam, svi golubi pismonoše su očito bili prehlađeni 28 dana kad mi se u tom vremenu nisu javili… Ne, nego bi ja ponovno trebao dati laptop njima i dati im blagoslov za reinstalaciju. Praviti budale od ljudi i tjerati ih da bez veze hodaju po gradu je dovoljno bezobrazno. Uz to, ja sam osoba s invaliditetom i nije mi lako ići lijevo-desno po Gradu ko zadnja budala.

Naravno, budući da je garancija istekla, čak i da ponovo ostavim laptop u njihovim brižnim rukama, popravak bi morao platiti. I koliko bih čekao?! Do lipnja bih možda i imao laptop u rukama!

Lijep pozdrav,
*Ime i prezime*

Prilozi: račun laptopa i radni nalog Zel-cosa.

Sve u svemu, Hrvatima nikako ne bih savjetovao kupnju Lenovo laptopa jer je Zel-cos jedini ovlašteni servis u državi. Znači da kada odnesete svog Lenova na servis, pogotovo ako je pod garancijom, vjerojatno će prije ili kasnije završiti kod ovih budala i vjerujte mi, posao s njima će vas koštati puno živaca! Unatoč invaliditetu, za mene je olakšavajuća okolnost da živim u Zagrebu. Mogu misliti kako je Dubrovčanima i Vukovarcima kada ih jebu ovakve budale…


Objavljeno 5.1.2018. poslijepodne u 4:07

 

Mkay, mkay, now for Oonglish:

Before pasting the email, lemme tell you that I couldn’t find a Lenovo Customer Support email address anywhere; neither could I find a way to send them a ticket considering the (un)satisfaction with one of their authorized repair shops. That has shaken my trust in them because a global company like Lenovo should make it as easy as possible for their costumers to communicate with them.

In the end, I Googled out five different Lenovo email addresses and sent them the same email hoping that at least one of them would respond.

Anyway, here’s the email:

Subject: Incompetence, rudeness and behaviour of an authorized Lenovo repair shop because of which I’m never going to buy another Lenovo product and I’m going to spread the word 🙂 (!)

Text:

Dear Lenovo,

Firstly I would like to apologize for contacting you in this manner. I searched for a Lenovo support email contact, but was unsuccessful and found only these addresses. I figured that at least one of you is going to take action.

Long story short: An authorized Lenovo repair shop received a laptop on 6 December 2017, returned the laptop on 3 January 2018, spent a single hour “repairing” the laptop and did nothing in that hour. The repair shop in question is Zel-cos. Since they are the only authorized Lenovo repair shop in Croatia, at least for Ideapad laptops, most broken Lenovo products in Croatia, especially those under warranty, eventually end up in their incompetent hands. To save myself trouble of dealing with them again, I am never going to buy a Lenovo product again and I am going to spread the word to save other people the trouble of dealing with them.

I attached the relevant documents. They are in Croatian and I’m going to provide translations of the relevant parts. You can have the translation verified, of course 😊

I squared the relevant parts in different colours and numbered each square in service_receipt to simplify it as much as possible 😊

1 red square:
Date of reception: 6 December 2017
Date of repair*: 3 January 2018

2 green square:
Time invested into the repair*
Beginning – 13:13
End – 14:13
Time Spent – 1 h

3 purple square:
***WARRANTY*** Device diagnostics: the device powers up normally, OS is being booted normally. Bluetooth doesn’t function correctly
Device has been tested on our OS and it has been established that everything functions correctly. Device’s hardware is sound.
We can offer a reinstallation of the OS for additional payment of 1 hour of work.
The costumer has dropped his request. Cleaning and packing

The bolded text is the diagnostic of the shop where the laptop was bought. We spent two hours (double the time than the repair shop) in a single day (27 days! less than the repair shop…) trying to make the Bluetooth work without success. Only then did we send the laptop to the repair shop.

*Note that they hadn’t repaired anything, but they had kept the laptop with them for a month. The problem with Bluetooth is that it doesn’t work most of the times. If they had actually spent more than a single hour “working” on the thing in 28 days, they might have noticed that themselves. Upon confronting them with that argument, they had the audacity to tell me that “if a device works sometimes, it isn’t broken”. I also bolded “payment”. They request I pay them for repairing a device under warranty and they said it would take 1 hour?! A full hour for OS reinstallation?! 30 minutes tops! However that is not the point. The point is that they didn’t contact me to ask me if I wanted them to proceed. I guess all the carrier pigeons must have been unavailable for 28 days, so it must have been just impossible for them to contact me… I would also like to add that I am a person with disabilities, so while making people walk around the town for no reason is bad enough, walking around the town really is difficult for me.

Moreover, I didn’t drop anything; I hadn’t even been told anything before being handed the laptop back.

Before moving to the issue of warranty, I would like to say that the Bluetooth was tested on Windows, Ubuntu and Knoppix without success. So I do wonder what mighty OS the repair shop uses. Upon asking them the question, I wasn’t given an answer.

I attached the receipt of purchase as a proof that when the laptop had been received, it had been under warranty. However, The warranty expired in the mean time. This was most likely done so I couldn’t intervene on a free repair anymore.

Red square in purchase_receipt says:
Date and time: 16 December 2016 at 16:04

So, while the warranty is not valid any longer, it expired on 16 December, meaning the laptop was under warranty when the repair shop received it (6 December).

I would like to end the email with saying how very disappointed I am with Lenovo. I never expected such an established brand to authorize such a rude and incompetent repair shop.

Best regards,
*Name and surname*

Attachments: purchase receipt of the laptop, receipt of the repair shop


Posted on January 5th, 2018 at 15:07 GMT
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Mary Sue

First, let me point out that I really hate the term Mary Sue, but since the following image prompted me to write this post, I’m gonna stick to the term for the sake of argument 🙂

So, I’m gonna say why Luke definitely is not a Mary Sue, why Anakin could be a Mary Sue and how Rey definitely is a Mary Sue.

To begin with, I’d like to say that the author(s) of the image is probably a DI$N€¥ fanboy, that is a brat who was probably born after the prequels; all they see in Star Wars are colourful “laser swords” and they can’t tell the difference between the Force and a lightsaber, but think that because they’ve been watching “Star Wars” cartoons and reading comics for a few years, they know everything there is about Star Wars and that there was nothing prior to their existence.
Yeah, kid, Earth was orbiting the Sun even before your birth. Savvy? I’m sure your teacher can explain it to you 🙂

The comment …it could save your life is bloody immature and you will see for yourself how big of an insight in Star Wars the author actually has.

Before moving to Luke, lemme point out that both Luke and Anakin are epic Star Wars characters. Since the Skywalkers play the central role in the movies which are still “canon”, both Luke and Anakin are still “canon”… At least in the roles they played in the movies (and that Saturday morning cartoon The Clone Wars :/ ) and the characterizations of both of them in the movies is actually written in this pic. Defending a franchise by defending one character – let’s call her Rey – by trashing two other characters – let’s call them Luke and Anakin – is a poor way of defending the franchise and doesn’t make much sense… Nope, scratch that, it makes no sense at all.

The statements in the image are not written in chronological order. I don’t know what if any order they are written in nor do I much care. Anyway, I’m gonna stick to chronological order.

I’m pretty sure the Luke arguments refer to A New Hope. I mean Luke had definitely held a blaster before the films following A New Hope, so the arguments would make no sense if they referred to episodes V and VI. Although…

Anyway, first, by the time of A New Hope, only a handful of stormtroopers were clones. Proved that some clones couldn’t interpret their genetic coding to fight for the Republic and the ideals it stood for as serve the dude sitting in the chair and kill and torture if your superiors order it. So technically, it’s quite questionable how many clones he actually killed during the rebellion; as for A New Hope… did he kill a single trooper? Remember that dialogue between Tarkin and Vader: Are they away? asked Tarkin They have just made the jump into hyperspace. said Vader You’re sure the homing beacon is secure aboard their ship? I’m taking an awful risk, Vader. This had better work. said Tarkin? And then the following between Han and Leia: Not a bad bit of rescuing, huh? You know, sometimes I even amaze myself. bragged Han That doesn’t sound too hard. Besides, they let us go. It’s the only explanation for the ease of our escape. said Leia Easy… you call that easy? asked Han They’re tracking us! said Leia. Savvy? If you don’t, lemme explain: they let them go. All that shooting on the Death Star was a show. True, some troopers were probably killed in the skirmish. If for no reason, because the Empire would rather kill a few of their troopers than risk the escapees to pull a tricorder up their sleeves ×D But if he had killed any, the troopers had hardly fully employed their training…

And the poor aiming is also the result of the troopers being instructed to let them go. A trooper who would kill one of them, would have risked his own life because the Empire wasn’t a forgiving kind.

Speaking of aiming, the aiming in Star Wars; the real thing and in the abomination really goes on my nerves. I mean I almost stopped at A New Hope when 3PO and R2 virtually passed through blaster barrage at the beginning of the movie. Luckily, I decided to give the movie – thus the whole saga – another chance 🙂

Mkay, it took years for Yoda to communicate with Force ghosts. Luke actually communicated only with Obi Wan during most of the original trilogy. I mean Yoda and Anakin joined Obi Wan only in the end of the final movie. True, Yoda had been alive throughout the movies and Anakin popped up as soon as he “redeemed” himself. Speaking of redemption, it’s pretty pathetic. I mean, what kind of message does that send?! So you’re a genocidal maniac throughout most of your adult life, but then you do one good deed before you die and all is forgiven… In this case, Anakin killed thousands if not millions as Darth Vader and then saved a single life… Luke may be his son, but no life, not even the life of your child is worth two innocent lives, let alone more. Anyway, back to the topic at hand.

Has it maybe crossed your mind that Obi Wan contacting Luke wasn’t Luke’s doing? After all, it was Obi Wan who’d spent NINETEEN bloody years like a hermit on Tatooine. He spent his 19 years of solitude communicating with Qui-Gon’s ghost after Yoda “had taught him how to commune” with Qui-Gon. I guess that in that time he got a hang of it. Who knows what he and Qui-Gon had discussed in 19 years? 😮 And he did open up Luke to the Force so, yeah, it is quite likely that Obi Wan initiated his link as a Force ghost with Luke 🙂

Now comes my favourite 😀 Did Luke need extra X-wing training? He did fly and shoot from his airspeeder, When it comes to flying (and shooting from) a speeder, although different than a compact starfighter like an X-wing, it can’t be that different. I mean we’re not talking about a bulky freighter like the Falcon, which Rey flew better than Han…

As for the destruction of the Death Star, time for new quotes 😀 – from A New Hope: That’s impossible, even for a computer. exclaimed Wedge referring to the small shaft that need to be hit in order to destroy the station. It’s not impossible. I used to bull’s-eye womp rats in my T-16 back home. They’re not much bigger than two meters. said Luke; and now Yoda from The Empire Strikes Back: Size matters not! Savvy? No? Well, shooting rats and shafts ain’t sex for size to matter. It’s pretty much the same shit if you shoot at something 2 m in size alone or something 2 m in size on something big. The trick is having a good aim and reaching the target. As for the aim, Luke used to successfully shoot moving rats and by that time, he had opened up to the Force at least a bit, so a stationary shaft shouldn’t have proven to be much of a problem… And he did not reach the shaft on his own. He had help; at the very least Han and Chewie saved him by the bell.

So is Luke a “Mary Sue”? At least in comparison with Rey? Here’s a pic going in Luke’s favour even further 🙂

Now to Anakin 😀

Mkay, an all powerful brat from The Phantom Menace is “Mary Sueish” at least. Still, I gotta defend the kid here:

Anakin didn’t need a father to be born?! Only a DI$N€Y fanboy would interpret Shmi’s There was no father so literally. People living in the real word would interpret the statement as A guy knocked me over, but the bastard left me and the kid, and he’s not even paying alimo! I don’t wanna talk about that asshole! or worse I was raped and left with a child. I’d rather not say any more. because despite what Damir Stojić or a similar foul mouth might utter, it actually is physically possible for a woman to conceive after being raped. At the very least, someone could have impregnate her while she was unconscious. Anyway, I’ve always clung to one of those interpretations; even after reading Darth Plagueis where Sedious and Plagueis heard rumours of a child being born out of the Force. First lemme quote a rule of acquisition:  Hear all, trust nothing. They thought the birth of the child is a result of them manipulating with the midi-chlorians across the galaxy. It is likely that the manipulation resulted in Anakin’s blood having a high midi-chlorian concentration and, thus, in his Force sensitivity. But did they actually turn midi-chlorians into cum? Doubtful. They might have influenced Anakin’s conception as well. They could have arranged for someone to seduce Shmi and dump her or just have someone rape her. Them being sadistic psychos, I think the latter is more likely. Who knows, they might have opted for a more direct approach. Plagueis can’t be Anakin’s father since Anakin’s human, but as for Sedious… who knows… just another Star Wars mystery 😀

I must say that I don’t like a concept of a “chosen one”. It is Mary Sueish for itself, but well Anakin was the chosen one. 20 000 midi-chlorians made him the chosen one. Basically, he was very talented with the Force. If that talent makes him a Mary Sue; then every genius, talented athlete… is a Mary Sue.
So aye, his connection with the Force (the highest concentration of midi-chlorians not only in a human but on the record…) and him “being good at fixing things” – one would think he might have worked in a workshop as a kid… – made him win the pod race …in which he was the only Force sensitive racer.

He piloted N1 “without” any training after R2 disabled the autopilot and Anakin felt like “that was podracing”. How many ships did he destroy? A “battleship”, that is the control ship? Mkay, I think it is rather stupid that the main reactor would be anywhere near a hangar bay, but Anakin just shooting randomly around the hangar hardly required any skill.

As for the omnipotent Rey… well I think that the meme with her and Luke says it all, but I’d like to go through shit in the first meme.

She fights a bunch of untrained guys? So now they’re untrained?! And when I say that the First Order is nothing more than a terrorist cell… And, yeah, terrorists can be trained too, otherwise ISIS wouldn’t be much of a threat, would it? I mean, not all of them are weaklings like Finn…
She was captured by Ren, who is supposed to be a mighty Force user in command of the army of the supposedly might First Order…
She kills one stormtrooper, but fights a bunch of untrained guys? Just realized that the “untrained guys” are probably the bunch on Jakku ×D Anyway, she managed to kill a trained soldier, but she only fought a “bunch of untrained guys”??? Mkay…
You know that by making these arguments, you’re pretty much contradicting yourself?
And my favourite – defeating a “physically and mentally wounded Kylo Ren” 😀 How exactly was he physically wounded? Did a rookie stormtrooper who chickened out on his first mission actually manage to wound a would be Force user in a lightsaber wound? Pathetic. Considering his mental wounds… Yeah, Force users, especially mighty Force users, are supposed to be able to suppress their mental wounds, at least for a short time.

In all this Mary Sue mess, I only feel sorry for Daisy Ridley. I mean when being cast for Star Wars, she must have been so proud an excited only for her character do be directed into a mockery.

Merry Christmas!

P.S. And a happy New Year!


Originally posted on December 20th, 2017 at 13:59 GMT
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How Firefox has fallen from my grace …again (hopefully, it’s just temporary again :) )

With all the shit happening in Zimbabwe these days, you might have seen titles like Mugabe’s fall from Grace, especially on African news portals. Don’t wanna dampen Zimbabweans’ spirits, but nothing’s gonna change in Zimbabwe …not for the better, at least. One dictator’s just being replaced with another. I mean, Mnangagwa was Mugabe’s right hand just a month ago and the party sponsoring him glorified Mugabe just a week ago. So… without further ado, I’m not gonna talk about Mugabe’s fall from Grace, but Firefox’s fall from my grace 😀

Recently, my favourite browser – Firefox – updated. It’s Firefox Quantum now… All good and well, but what’s the problem? Most of my old add-ons don’t work anymore! The many reason I have stuck with Firefox all these years are the add-ons I’ve so much gotten used to. A particular add-on that ain’t working any more is Classic Theme Restorer. Call me a grandpa, but I don’t like much the modern look of browsers these days. That is I prefer the old “retro” style and that’s what I have Classic Theme Restorer for, so I was quite pissed to find out the add-on wasn’t working anymore! I’ve waited for a week now for the add-on to be updated. No luck! The add-on still hasn’t been updated, so I decided a different approach was needed.

Remember I wrote about Waterfox a few years back? Since the official release of 64bit edition of Firefox for WINDOW$, Waterfox has become pretty much useless. But then it hit me that Waterfox probably hasn’t been “quantumed” yet. So I installed it and all my add-ons, including the good old Classic Theme Restorer work 😀 Hopefully, by the time Waterfox receives the Quantum update, most add-ons, including Classic Theme Restorer, will have been updated to support Quantum.

Anyway, you can download Waterfox here.


Posted on 21st November 2017 at 18:24 GMT
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Mariano Rajoy is an idiot

The situation in Catalonia has been centre stage lately.

Media are rarely impartial, they usually lean in one direction. Which one in the Catalan situation? That depends on where you live and whether your government supports Catalan independence or not. In Croatia, most media pretend to be impartial, but from reading their articles, it’s quite clear they write in favour of the independent Catalonia, probably because they associate Spanish Catalonia with Yugoslav Croatia, but yeah, things ain’t that simple. Aye, the situation is quite similar in many ways, but then again, there are quite a few differences. I’m not gonna point the similarities and differences out, but rather show you how complex the situation really is (and yeah, I’m gonna trash the Rajoy fascist along the way  🙂 ).

What’s my opinion? The fact is that Catalonia is deeply divided when it comes to their independence from Spain. Still, referendum seems to be the fairest solution to see the public opinion and try to satisfy the majority. That’s why I supported the referendum. If the Spanish government wouldn’t allow a legal referendum, then yeah go for an illegal one.
Then I – like the rest of the planet – saw the behaviour of the Spanish police sent by that imperialistic scum Rajoy. The turn-out and the results weren’t surprising and, frankly, are no grounds to declare independence. Nevertheless, after witnessing the barbaric behaviour of the police, I thought that most of those against the independence would shift their views. That did not happen and a lot of Catalanoians are still against the independence, so now I’m not sure what to think anymore. One thing is for sure – Catalonia is doomed to misery. Either the supporters of Spanish unity are going to be miserable in independent Catalonia or the supporters of the independence are going to be miserable in Spain.

But who is to blame for all this mess? Mariano Rajoy, of course 🙂 True, he is hardly the only figure in the chain of events, but his incompetence is the main cause.

He should have made a legal referendum possible to begin with. Made amends to the constitution if necessary. A legal referendum would have shown the reality of public opinion. Both sides would have had equal opportunity to present their arguments; the turn-out would have been much higher and probably wouldn’t go so much in favour of independence because supporters of the unity wouldn’t have boycotted the bloody referendum! In case the turn-out would have been poor even than, Catalans couldn’t say that people were afraid to cast their pro-independence votes because no one would have tried to stop them… Federal countries where referendums, sponsored by the central government, were held still exist. Scotland is still a country in the UK and Quebec is still a province in Canada… But even if the supposed legal referendum was won by pro-independence Catalonians, Catalonia could have, and probably would have, left Spain peacefully, and Spain and Catalonia could have become good neighbours with a bit of friendly competition.

But, mkay, so the guy didn’t want to risk Catalonia breaking away in any case. Then, once he’d seen that he couldn’t stop the Catalans from holding the referendum; he should have let the events play out and have his police storm the polling places and confiscate the ballots after the closing time. Then he should have had the referendum organizers arrested. That way he would have avoided the violence, or at the very least reduced it to minimum. He wouldn’t have made martyrs of pro-independence Catalans, he wouldn’t have embarrassed himself and the entire Spanish government.

Can the situation be salvaged? Although a peaceful solution seems to be slipping further and further away, yeah it’s still possible to make a deal acceptable to both sides to a degree. After all, we are all human beings. Hopefully, the EU is gonna engage more because it would be quite a shame if there would be a military conflict in Europe over self-goverance. The nineties were quite enough :/

I think, both the Spanish and the Catalans should swallow their pride and accept the current situation. Mkay, the Spanish can throw the current Catalonian government to jail if it makes them feel better and the Catalans should accept the fact that the results and the events unfolding during and after the referendum can’t justify the independence. Nevertheless, the referendum has clearly shown that a lot of Catalns aren’t satisfied with current position of Catalonia within Spain. Therefore, Spain should offer Catalonia maximum autonomy. They should exclude Catalonia from paying federal taxes (like they did with the Basque Country), they should give Catalonia leeway in everything except foreign policy, they shouldn’t require from Catalonians to fly Spanish flags at their institutions and let them fly only flags of Catalonia. Basically, Catalonia could share only the foreign relations, the military (even that ain’t necessary) and the currency (that ain’t necessary too but it makes life quite easier). There should also be no borders between the two countries, which ain’t a problem with Shengen and all 🙂 There are also some trivialities that make life easier, like the common country calling number, common carriers etc. In every other way, Catalonia should run its own affairs independent from the central government. Catalonia could easily be a republic within the Kingdom of Spain. I mean if Serbs can have a republic in Bosnia, why the hell shouldn’t the Catalans have theirs in Spain?! Now, if the Spanish government actually makes that kind of a deal to the Catalans, they would be fools not to accept it. In addition to the cons that come with the full independence (like all the costly foreign relations), there is a larger picture Spain, Catalonia, the EU and every bloody European should consider. Who really benefits from unstable Europe? Our common adversaries. Be it the ISIS, Russia, China, North Korea or someone else.

The only advice I can give to the Spaniards is: save yourselves from Rajoy (and his lackeys). Get rid of him. He will be the end of your country.


Posted on October 28th, 2017 at 19:40 GMT
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Why The Force Awakens sucks ass

Unlike What Star Wars has become, I wrote a year ago, I’m gonna focus here just on The Force Awakens abomination just so I can give people a single link making it clear that The Force Awakens truly is a piece of shit – so no reasonable person can deny it – instead of explaining again and again when I’m asked. True, copying the part concerning The Force Awakens from What Star Wars has become should suffice, but that ain’t really a reblogging of an existing post.

Anyway, this is what I wrote in What Star Wars has become:

Similarly, The Force Awakens itself is full of such crap. I’m just going to mention three most obvious pathetic stupidities that people often overlook in the whole movie experience.

There is Starkiller Base. What’s Starkiller Base? It’s a superweapon power by a star. To fire a single shot it needs to suck a star (i.e. its sun) dry and we saw it in the movie being used a few times (i.e. firing multiple shots). So it sucks its sun dry, then a short time afterwards, it sucks the sun dry again and fires another shot. Note that it would take a star bloody aeons at best to replenish itself after being sucked dry. There is also the “mystery of its construction”. How could such a weapon be built in secrecy by an organization that’s pretty much a terrorist cell?! They managed to conceal it’s construction in the Unknown Regions? Mkay… Now I only wonder how such an organization managed to finance the construction of such a superweapon (I guess building the thing wasn’t cheap…) 😮 You see how retarded the concept of Starkiller Base is 🙂

Now, there is a fight between Kylo Ren and Finn. A mighty sith almost bested by a storm trooper at a lightsaber duel?! In other words, a swordsman mage with years of experience of wielding a sword almost bested at a sword fight by a commoner who wielded a sword for the first time… Now tell me that ain’t just idiotic! …and there’s Kylo’s wannabe crossguard lightsaber.

Speaking of stormtroopers, there’s the recruitment of stormtroopers by the First Order, a 30year old organization (yes, a terrorist cell) at most recruits their soldiers by taking the children and drilling them into stormtroopers from the earliest age. And in those 30 years (tops) they managed to create one of the biggest if not the biggest army in the galaxy. And, again, they managed to do it under the nose of the New Republic. Well, I must say that either the First Order is really that good or the New Republic is that incompetent. Now, both of those cases would make a bad story, right? So the First Order’s stormtrooper recruitment is quite similar to how the old Jedi Order had filled their ranks up. The difference is that the Jedi hadn’t had to hide their recruitment from anyone (hell, the Republic – the most powerful government in the galaxy at the time – even endorsed their recruitment); they had never been an army and their ranks had always been relatively small and, most importantly, they had been recruiting like that for hundreds of generations… and they had ever never reached the scale the First Order “had” …in just a few decades. Hmm… I know! Maybe the First Order inherited (all…) their stormtroopers, and with them the recruitment system, from the Empire! Yeah, about that… Since an Imperial academy appeared in that Saturday morning cartoon Star Wars: Rebels, Imperial academies have officially become canon. That’s how the Empire recruited their forces …and, suffice it to say, although young, they were older than 4. And the First Order should have had difficulty then establishing (that efficient) academies of their own because, yes, they’re not much more than a big terrorist cell.

I’d like to add a few post since this is a separate post:

The movie begins with a single stardestroyer shadowing the entire planet. BB-6 is a droid that moves through the desert by rolling on desert sand without catching a single grain of sand while rolling…


Posted on May 30th, 2017 at 15:11 GMT
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Don’t buy Ulefone!

You know that saying that when it looks too good to be true, it usually is?

Such is the case with Ulefone. Never trust a company with a retarded name like ULE-FONE (mkay, I gotta admit here that my country mates are probably the only who see how stupid the name sounds 😉 ).

Ulefone is a cheap Chinese smart phone brand. Sure, when I was buying Ulefone, I didn’t expect much. Brands like Samsung, Sony, LG… and especially bloody Apple overprice their products, so I wanted to go for something cheaper. In addition, smart phones are kinda like PCs – they are assembled from many parts from various manufacturers. In theory it shouldn’t make much difference whether the casing says Samsung or Ulefone. In theory, at least… Besides, I see no sense in buying a top quality device you’re going to use for only a couple of years anyway. I mean, a TV I’m going to use for decades is a different story, but a phone I’m going to use two, maybe three years…
What I got, though, was a cell that lasted for less than a month and a half (aye, less than one bloody single month and a half). Now, I did expect more than that…

Before continuing I should say how I found out about Ulefone. A colleague bought Ulefone Power. That bad boy has 6050 mAh battery. According to the colleague, the battery lasts two days under heavy use, so I was like wow! Then he bought his wife Ulefone Metal. That one had battery problems, but the colleague said he had deleted a few unnecessary apps and that the battery life came to normal. Note that it’s quite questionable how his wife used the phone and what “normal battery life” is for her. Anyway, then another colleague bought Metal. The battery on that one is beyond repair. It lasts 15 hours tops. When he turns off his Metal in the evening and turns it on again in the morning, the battery drops TWENTY percent. True, that looks like a software problem, but is a big issue nevertheless and can’t be fixed deleting a few apps… Note also that he bought his Metal from GearBest, meaning the warranty is quite “sensitive”.
Anyway, I thought the battery (or the software) in his phone is just faulty and that it ain’t a general rule, and when I saw Armor (as you can see, Armor really is an armoured phone 😉 ), I decided that it was the cell I wanted! However, I decided to buy Armor at a local shop rather than from GearBest despite paying some $115 more just in case something went wrong – which it did (though I’m starting to think that shitty ain’t wrong for Ulefone, it’s rather normal 🙂 ) – my rights as a costumer would be secure. Turned out I made a wise decision 🙂
Well after my experiences with Armor and Ulefone support, I’m no longer attributing anything faulty in a Ulefone phone to being an anomaly.

I must say that I was quite excited about Armor because it was the first phone I bought solely with the money I earned myself.
So when I came into the shop to buy my Ulefone; the first one I was given couldn’t read SIM cards (note that Armor is a dual SIM phone and neither slots worked). I should have taken that as a sign, but I didn’t. I told myself again that it was just that one Armor. Anyway, I was given a different Armor as soon as I realized the SIM on the  wasn’t working. That was Friday, 31st March.
In the following days, I noticed the battery acting strangely (i.e. the indicator showing no battery change for hours and then a sudden drop of several percent), so I left the Ulefone at the repair shop on Wednesday, 5th April (only five days after purchase).

Ulefone was at the shop for two weeks and, naturally, they didn’t do shit in all that time ’cause everything “seemed OK”. I took the phone and thought “well, mkay; I could live with a hectic battery indicator”, and either the indicator was really hectic or, more likely, the battery consumption was really bad. Of course, it’s possible that the battery was just crappy. Knowing Ulefone now, I wouldn’t be surprised. Hell, knowing the experiences of the colleague with his Metal, I wouldn’t have been surprised back then. But, the hectic behaviour of either the battery or the consumption 😉 make me still think that the battery itself wasn’t at fault. Either way, the phone was faulty. There were days when the consumption would be mkay and there were days when the battery would barely last a day (the latter being more common).
For example: One day, the consumption was mkay till 11 AM when it was at 90%, then the battery started dropping a lot. By 1 PM, it dropped to 50% without me using the phone much. At 6:15 PM, the batter was at 34%. Then by 6:30 it dropped to 24%. When I checked at 7:15 PM, it was at 13%. An hour later it was down to 1%. By 8:45 PM, the cell turned itself off. Of course, the times and percentages I mentioned are approximate, but they should give you a clear picture 🙂

In addition to battery behaviour, there were quite a few other issues, small enough for me to be unable to prove to the repair shop if they’d claim everything was mkay, so I did nothing.

Most notable among this was the signal. I never actually lost signal though I didn’t go outside the city while I had Ulefone. Actually, on May Day which I spent in a crowded city park (not in a national park “outside civilization”), I couldn’t make calls. The cell would switch to 2G quite a lot. I couldn’t report that to the repair shop because the signal would also be mkay quite a lot, meaning it would likely have been mkay at the shop. The point is that Ulefone claims Armor has quite a powerful antenna and should be able to have strong signal virtually in a bomb shelter (…the Armor has a huge antenna as you can see on the bottom of the phone for super smooth signal reception where there are obstacles). Basically, such a “huge antenna” and “smooth signal reception” should produce a stable signal…

The phone would often heat itself a lot. It wouldn’t exactly be hot, but when you go with your fingers over the top of the screen, you could often feel the warmth. Likewise, the top back would be warm too – near the processor.

Sometimes when I turned the screen off, it would make a few flashes before going off. Dunno, but somehow I think that’s not normal 😮

From time to time, Ulefone would forget settings like default ringtone.

Now we come to “gaming” Aye, I put gaming in quotes for a reason. Ulefone rates Armor as “top rank gaming performance for budget price”. That idiot Jackie posted a test on YouTube, testing Real Racing 3 and FIFA 16. Then in another test, the same asshole said that “11% of energy had been used during the half hour of demanding game playing”. Yeah, about that… I’m not much of a gamer, but when the battery drops 20% during 20 mins of playing Bela, a simple card game, as if you had been catching Pokemon for an hour and during those 20 minutes the cell heats as if I you had been playing Black Ops; it makes you wonder, doesn’t it? Of course, I knew Ulefone’s claims were probably a bit far-fetched, but Jackie a card game… Seriously?! You couldn’t have exaggerated a little bit less? I’m pretty sure Armor would have burned to a cinder if I’d played Real Racing 3 or FIFA 16 😉

On Monday, 8th May (could have been Sunday, the 7th ×D ), evening, I turned Ulefone off. Before I turned to bed, me newly bought piggy emerged from his house and me kitty ran straight to his cage and lied in front of it gazing at the piggy. I wanted to take a pic of them, so I turned Ulefone on. Tried to turn it on was more like it because the phone wouldn’t move from displaying Ulefone on the screen. After sometime, it would reboot but the furthest it would go was the Ulefone screen. I reset the phone a few times; same shit. Sam shit was happening when I turned Ulefone on the following morning.

I packed the Ulefone and everything it came with and brought the phone to the shop where I’d bought it. Upon seeing Ulefone was totally dead, I was offered a new cell. At first, the vendor told me “OK, I’ll give you a new Armor.” I told him “Anything, but Ulefone!” Then, the guy offered me a cell from a different manufacturer. Actually, I was refunded 350 HRK (cca. $51) because the cell I was offered is cheaper than Armor. The main difference between Armor and the new phone is that the new phone isn’t an armoured phone 😉 but it has some features Armor lacks, like fingerprint sensor and a bit of quality (at least I hope so 🙂 ). I’m not gonna say what model and brand me new cell is, so I’m not accused of advertising a brand by trashing a brand like this in favour of another brand. I can only say it’s not a brand like Samsung, but most importantly it’s not Ulefone 🙂 Considering the quality, true I’ve had the new cell only for a while now, but it hasn’t exhibited crap like the Armor, meaning it is already better than Ulefone! In addition, the brand’s costumer service is good. I’m gonna trash Ulefone costumer service shortly 🙂

Before I do, however, I would like to say that I don’t look at Ulefone Power in a good light anymore. I mean, a 6050 mAh battery on a 5.5″ screen smart phone lasting two days?! Big deal! I know people whose cellphones have 6.5″ screen with 4100 mAh battery that lasts 2-3 days just like that. Ulefone clearly has a battery drainage issue they need to resolve …along with their behaviour 🙂

I would also like to recommend the shop I bought Ulefone from – Neutrino. They have quite a selection of smart phones, and generally electronic equipment; they’re prices are reasonable and they did react promptly. My Ulefone only had to die ×D (which probably ain’t a prob for Ulefone 😉 ), but they offered me a new one and a refund as soon as they saw the dead Ulefone – no footling. Honestly their biggest mistake is selling Ulefone phones. If you find yourself in a need of a new smart phone in Zagreb, I suggest you see what they have to offer and just don’t buy a Ulefone 😉
Also, many shops in Croatia still offer 1 year warranty despite the EU Directive 1999/44/CE guaranteeing EU citizens a minimum of two years of warranty (according to the same directive, rooting by itself does not void the warranty despite whatever the manufacturer might say).

A little benefit of being an EU citizen. Sorry, Brits, I don’t know how things are going to work out for you by 2019. Just remember to thank Brexiters for every right guaranteed to you now as a citizen of the EU you might lose 🙂

Anyway, since we’re a fresh EU member, I guess many shops count on people not knowing their newly gained rights (frankly, many really don’t). True, you can get your the two year warranty if something happens to your device a year and a half after you bought your device first by “reminding” the shop nicely of your right, then threatening of suing them and then suing them if all else fails. Actually, you might even be compensated at a court. But all that is time consuming. Neutrino offers two year warranty for the products they sell right away.

And now Ulefone costumer service…

Luckily, many problems people might run into on their smart phones are OS related and Ulefone phones come with Android, which is supported a lot. However, there are issues, especially with Ulefone 😉 arising from the device itself. You can browse Ulefone forum hoping that another Ulefone encountered the issue you’re facing and actually managed to solve it, and then was kind enough to post the solution on the forum, but that’s it.

When you contact Ulefone support service, you’ll receive an automatic reply that they’re on holiday and that you should contact them later because they’re not going to reply to the emails they received during the holiday since there will be too many inquires (probably people telling them what a piece of shit they are 🙂 ). What’s worse, they don’t even make a small effort of changing the dates in the reply!
The last email I sent them, telling them how shitty their phones are and that they have no sense for business, was on Thursday, 11th May (yes, that’s ELEVENTH of   M   A   Y). The following automatic reply arrived quickly to my inbox:

Dear Customer,
From April 02 to 04, we will be on holiday. If there is any question, please email us again after April 4 and we’ll reply you as soon as possible then. PS: When we come back, we will not answer the emails sent to us during the holiday, because there will be too many and impossible for our customer service staff to deal with them all. So please do email us again after the holiday. For the inconvenience so caused, we express our deepest apology.
Have a nice day!

Don’t believe me? Here’s a screeny:


A screeny of the last email I got from their costumer service

In the end I can sum everything up by saying that Ulefone is truly a pathetic piece of shit. The quality is poor and they’re behaviour is terrible. By behaviour, I mean their overexaggeration, I mean they’re worse liars than Donald Trump. At least the meatbag is a rich politician. Ulefone is, on the other hand, a small company and they are willing to spend whatever money is necessary just to make a phoney ad (I wonder how many phones they actually wasted in that car rolling test…)

Jackie, lemme just tell you to go fuck yourself! Nothing personal, I think everyone in Ulefone should go fuck themselves. It’s just that I kept seeing your ugly dace in all the Ulefone Armor tests I watched, so don’t feel special 🙂
Do you know that you seriously risk being face-slapped on the street when someone recognizes you from your tests? Hell, you risk being beaten to death if someone with a bad temper recognizes you in a secluded area.

Step by step analysis of Ulefone bullshit on their About Us page

A good way to realize how full of shit Ulefone really are is to take a look at their About Us page.

I wish I had seen it before. Too many boasting is a bad sign on its own, but lemme comment each shit they say:

Ulefone Mobile is one of the biggest manufacturers of high-quality mobile devices and accessories in China. – Their homepage ain’t even available in Chinese. Many non-Chinese companies have their websites available in Chinese because of the immense number of Chinese speakers. It’s rather strange that “one of the biggest of high-quality mobile devices and accessories in China” wouldn’t have a website in Chinese, right? Even if an average Chinese spoke a foreign lingo like English and even if Chinese wasn’t so spoken, there is a matter of national pride.

-Best quality smartphones. Thanks to high-tech manufacturing processes and unrivaled quality control defect rate is minimized. – true, a small company can be good (that’s why I went for Ulefone in the first place 😉 ), but the “best quality”?! Someone’s might sure of themselves… I mean, screw Samsung, Huawei, Sony and Apple when there’s Ulefone! Considering unrivalled quality control, a small company can have a good quality control, but unrivalled?! Again, screw Samsung, Huawei, Sony and Apple!

– Affordable. Large volumes of production enable us to acquire components for our phones at competitive prices, which positively affects the final cost of the devices. – they are affordable, all right. But large volumes of production?! How the hell can a small brand have “large volumes of production”?!

-Best Customer Support. We strive to provide our customers with fast professional support on any issue related to our products. – you gotta be kidding me; the worst costumer support is more like it (although it can always get worse…). In addition to their constant holidays that last so long that they lose track of time 😉 check out their FAQ. They have nothing in Power, Metal and Future sections…

-Frequent updates. Here, in Ulefone, we have large group of engineers who restlessly working to provide our clients with fresh updates to make our software more stable and easy to use. – In the time I had Armor, there was only one update and it did shit – not a single bloody change. Guess I should be happy there weren’t any diminishments 🙂

-Smartphones for everyone. Wide range of Ulefone’s products will satisfy even the most demanding clients. – I’m hardly the most demanding, and I’m not satisfied…

There thousands of our happy owners of Ulefone smartphones around the world and this number continues to grow. Enter the number of the lucky owners of the smartphone Ulefone right now! – a Chinese brand with bad English instead of Chinese… And I think them saying “thousands” was the only time they didn’t lie because “thousands” is awfully little in the global market.

I don’t want to go through the cocky sayings of their “costumers”…

I think it’s fitting to end this post with another warning NOT to buy Ulefone! 🙂

P.S. Just tried to log in Ulefone forum to share the link to this post there, but I couldn’t log in…


Posted on 13th May, 2017 at 22:54 GMT
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