oh I learned a cool word today :)
What sort of complaint is this OP?Do you really think that would be a good use of resources? Is it a joke about having such a cool life that this would be high on your list of worries?I'm pretty sure the answer is that it's a joke, but it's really hard to tell. What if people get mixed up and start thinking their lives actually are bad?
#2 needs to not comment on things when he/she is on his/her period.
#2 is taking this way too seriously.I agree with you OP. It would be nice to have them on the tables or at table-level, be not hard to see, and not have to strain your neck to get to one.
Get down on your knees bitch!
what bothers me is the amount of hair down there
@3: That's not a legit criticism. My point wasn't a complaint, it was a serious question. If you have a response, pretend I can't comprehend allusions, try to speak literally.@4: It's a question, not an attack, if that's what you were referring to. I don't understand how taking what OP said seriously is a problem.
@1 you're a dumbass for not knowing that word
There's no doubt waterloo designed the outlets so students/people can have access to electricity at DP.....but if you had the capacity to design it why couldn't you put it on top of the radiator where it's accessible...why do you put it underneath and hidden away in the radiator and then waste more resources by putting up notices around the library trying to tell people that there are actually outlets in this old and crippled library? *insert genius engineer meme*
^ I'm no engineer, but wouldn't that result in the heat blowing directly at the outlets (and whatever's plugged into them)? That can't be good.
This is amazing - finally someone who shares my feelings. Those outlets are RIDICULOUS
It's simple, you just take your phone with a forward facing camera, hold it under the register and use this to guide your plug in.
#2/7 here.I still didn't get any responses. Any insight would be cool.
Nobody ever answers when I disagree with or question statements like this.