While I was on the road trip I took last week, I saw this tree for the first time on the side of the freeway.
Survivor Tree 1
Somehow this tree lost half of itself, but kept on growing.
Survivor Tree 2
The withered, sun-bleached remnant was stretched on the ground beside the living tree, still wrapped along its’ roots.
Survivor Tree 5
Standing midway between the treeline and the freeway, it really was a striking sight.
Survivor Tree 6
AT&T just delivered another brilliant plan to fix their busted-ass antiquated network.
Starting their new project in San Francisco and New York, they intend to install a mini-cell tower in homes that are connected to their internet service to boost the homeowner’s cellphone signal.
But wait! There’s more! Since this is AT&T, they intend to charge $150 for installing and using this mini-cell tower, and will also charge additional minutes for cell phone calls that come in over this device!
AT&T is so damn stupid and incompetent, it’s amazing how they stay in business day to day.
Like one of their customers said in the article… ““They want to find a new way to make money off me, versus actually servicing me for the money I pay already… They’re trying to find a way to profit from their weakness.”
Here’s the link to the article on the New York Times.