How to tell you’re a nerd: Method 251 (or “Netflix, you don’t know me as well as you think!”)
You have recently begun using the interactive recommendation program called “Max” on your Netflix streaming account, which suggests titles to watch by way of a programmed series of pithy voice-over prompts, saying things like, “I think you’ll really like this one,” or “Do you trust me?”
However, your interactions with this program have been frustrating, and have caused a few strange looks from those who have entered the room in time to hear you yelling things at your television, not unlike the following:
“Way to go genius! Why in the hell would I want to watch that person’s second stand-up comedy special since I just selected ‘Not Interested’ when you suggested his first stand-up special five seconds ago?”
Posted on July 14, 2013, in Comedy, Films, Mind Drippings, Nerd Odyssey, Nerds, Nerds, science fiction, Television and tagged artificial intelligence, comedy, film, funny, How to tell you're a nerd, humor, Max, mind drippings, nerd odyssey, nerds, Netflix, streaming, television. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.