Problems with Technology

Written on 1/24/2018 by Joseph Truelson

They (Who is this they?) say that technology is the way of the future, but honestly, for me it’s the way of the past. I’m tired of all the problems my iPad has been given me recently. Take, for example, last weekend. I was going to play in the Junior Open, and I didn’t want to take the bus. Since technology is supposed to be able to solve all your problems, you would expect it to get me there itself. And sure enough, it had airplane mode. But when I turned it on, I didn’t move anywhere! How evil of it! After contacting Apple through costumer service, which it is anything but, and saying “RAR”, they lied and told me that “airplane mode” turns off your WiFi. I started screaming at the phone, saying that the name is a complete lie, not just misleading, only to realize that I was talking to nobody. Was that it? I wish it was. After a nice weekend to relax at home, in which I tried to sooth myself of this atrocity, I really didn’t want to go back to school. In the middle of my biology lab, I felt like I didn’t want to be there. I grabbed my iPad, and clicked the home button. But I guess that function doesn’t work either, because I was still at school after pushing the home button dozens of times. My main point of this is, technology isn’t the way of the future. It’s the way of the past. Here at RAR, we’re dedicated to creating the next best thing- no-, the best thing, and you can’t do anything to stop it. Apple seems to be thriving, but that’s until RAR comes along. Before any of you know it, RAR will be the way of the past (we’ll edit history books), present, and future. I hope to keep you updated on the struggles of the world soon. Oh, and I think you need some re-education, what you learned in your history classes is completely false.

Part of the 1%

Written on 1/20/2018 by YoyoPuppy

Today, when I opened my email, I saw this:

"Be the 1%" sounds suspiciously like Tip 6, which ends on the words "We are the 1%!" Anyway, I opened the email. At the bottom was this:

Sounds very RAR, but in an Anti-RAR way. Confusing.