I realize I didn't blog yesterday. Day job has me scrambling. I attended an SEO conference over the weekend and now I'm to give a presentation at the firm retreat Thursday. So I've been creating an outline and trying to get a Power Point presentation done. Arg!!
Okay on to today's topic, GPS. I know, sounds boring. But when you're in Arizona and have no idea where you're going, it becomes fairly comical at times.
My traveling partner and I were getting so fed up with the GPS and her snobby English accent that we gave her a name to personify her so we could yell and swear at her. Her name is Astrid.
Astrid, first of all, is outdated. Her maps did not have updated road information, and when you're in unfamiliar territory, that is sometimes really annoying.
Secondly, Astrid only gave us about a second to turn or exit. Kind of hard to exit in three seconds when you're in the left lane of a four lane freeway.
I don't know how many times we heard, "Recalculating."
Worst of all, Astrid took us down a dirt road in the middle of the desert with nothing around but tumbleweeds and coyote and told us we had reached our destination. Supposedly, this *points down* is where our conference was supposed to be.
Needless to say, we yelled and swore and cursed her the majority of our trip, which is probably why she kept getting us lost.
Astrid, you suck.
That is all, catch you tomorrow.