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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 4 November 2009 20:39 / United States
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you NEED one? what do you think people did before they were commonplace? and that was BEFORE google maps and everything...

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Agreed. You don't NEED a GPS. If nothing else, you can just mapquest your path for the day until learning your way around the city.

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It's a lot easier just to use a gps. Mapquest is hardly reliable, and kind of dangerous if you have to keep looking down at a piece of paper instead of focusing on the road. If you have a gps to talk to you, you can keep your eyes on where you're going, plus if you make a wrong turn it'll recalculate the route automatically.

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You took the words right out of my mouth. Well, fingers, technically. Either way, OP, I honestly hope it wasn't Vector.

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Honestly, it might be a good thing if he lost the GPS...he'll end up losing the job and won't have to work for Vector. This may be a blessing in disguise, OP.

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I want to punch the OP in the stomach for thinking that commission based sales = "a well paying job" You're a pimple on society.

You need a map, you spoiled, little bitch! Do you think the world didn't operate until GPS came along? Learn to navigate, asswipe.

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Although I wouldn't have put it so.... bluntly - amen bro. You act like GPS is God or somethin. I hope you're not one of those people who thinks "Hey, my GPS is telling me to make a right on these railroad tracks. I GUESS I SHOULD!!!" In which case, I would say - you absolutely deserve it. Spend 5 minutes typing the address into Google Maps, and problem solved....

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Hail perdix, god of delicious truth! They have this wonderful, analogue GPS system these days, called maps. Brilliant things, they operate without power, they're mobile and they follow standardized systems - no instruction manual to tackle, no software bugs, very easy to use. Sounds wonderful, right? Check it out!

Since you're job is well paying, you shouldn't have a hard time buying a new one? Until then, suck it up... this is hardly even an FML.

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