Tuesday, October 19, 2010

What's wrong with this picture?

I'm trying. Really I am.

But I had no idea my job was going to be so hard. IBM actually expects you to work. Like all day and stuff! Can you imagine? And by the time I get on the train to come home, the only thing my brain wants to do is play solitaire (btw, have any of you ever won the 4-suit level of Spider Solitaire? Is it even possible?)

Nonetheless, I'm pretty sure I'll get back to writing again soon. It's just going to take a little more time to get into a routine. That, and a solitaire win.

In the meantime, I found this ad for the iPhone 4 kind of interesting, because there's actually something wrong with it. Can you spot the error? (you may need to enlarge it to see it)

10 comments:

Debra said...

Looks like Grandpa's image has been reversed!

Jeff said...

debra - Good for you. That's so weird that they did that. I wonder why?

Debra said...
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Debra said...

Probably just a dumb graphic designer mistake. Although you'd think with a hunormous multi-gazillion-dollar account like Apple they'd double-check these things...

Elizabeth said...

That's so odd.

PG said...

perhaps grandpa is on the other side of the equator. we know toilets flush backwards down there, perhaps facetime is the same way!

Michelle said...

Yay! You're back again. Obviously I'm late to the party. As usual.

And NO it's impossible to beat the four suit one. I can do the 2 suit, but ... ugh! Angry Birds is my new current obsession though.

Mom Thumb said...

I don't understand spider solitaire. I play free cell on Pogo (for free). I have over 39 million tokens. And I don't even have a train ride. Sad.

Karen MEG said...

Hi Jeff, just popping in to say hello after not being by in forever - hope your adjustment to balancing worklife and blog life is a smooth one. I know that since I got my job last year I've barely squeaked out a post a week, and only a meagre one at that.

Maureen said...

I can't play Spider Solitare either. Daughter tried to teach me, but I always go back to the good old regular Solitare.

Yep, old dog, new tricks is right.