|Have I mentioned my co-workers are morons?
||[May. 13th, 2002|05:40 pm]
My co-workers often watch movies (that they downloaded at home and burned to CD) here at work while helping customers. I'm opposed to this in general, because a movie is too engrossing and people often ignore their customers while watching these movies.|
Most of the movies they watch are illegal copies of movies that are about to or just recently came out. They're low quality visually and auditorily (is that a word?) speaking. I don't see a point in watching Harry Potter or Pearl Harbor or any of those big special effect films in a format like this. I'm a movie snob, I'll admit that. But, come on! You're trying to watch movies that are made to be seen on a big screen in a three by five window, and it's pixelated all to hell...Why bother?
Yesterday, it got worse. Someone had brought speakers in, and put on...Episode II.
Thankfully, I had my headphones and was able to ignore it. Fortunately, I have friends that will understand how offensive I find this concept...