So I know Samsung backed off this stuff a bit now, but still, the idea that your TV is listening to everything…little freaky.
GRAMMAR NAZI ALERT
I hate to sound like a Grammar [insert hate group], but you wrote “You are wife”.
*PSST* Scott! It’s “Your” not “you’re” in this context! Quickly change it before anyone notices 😛
your not you’re 😉
Anyway, nice comic, continue with them!
could be worse.. my Samsung Smart TV with voice activation ALSO has a built in camera.. thank goodness it isn’t watching me. *wink wink*
I don’t want my TVs to be smart. I want them dumb as a stump.
Bit of a typo there, the TV is saying “You are wife”. Should be “your” not “you’re”. ^_^
You’re wife, You are wife. Maybe you meant to put your.
Typo in second panel?
because TV’s are SMART doesn’t make them good at grammar.
I was thinking that MAYBE it was a part of the joke – SMART TV got so invested into observing people, it even makes common mistakes in its (not it’s!) statements!
Typo in You’re vs. Your that you might want to change?
Fixed the typo!
Damn Scott, why did you fixed the typo! I wanted to count the number of wisenheimer knocking on the grammar. It’s very interesting to see how many there are out there.
Also fun fact, although already called a couple of times, some people have the urge to be another brick in the wall.
“Also fun fact, although already called a couple of times, some people have the urge to be another brick in the wall.”
It seems comments appear with some delay (or maybe they await moderation) – I’m sure that when I posted my comment there had been only 2 other visible (and they weren’t about that typo). So, your conclusion might be wrong…
This is the most comments i’ve seen on a comic in a while, all about Grammar… 🙂
Don’t worry Scott, I never saw the grammar error and I thought the comic was funny. *hug
With the prices plumbers charge, if the wife gets a good discount for just making out with him its all good.
The Internet of Things: Just Say No
If you ever wonder whether anyone reads your stuff on the internet, put in a grammatical error.
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