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(Not to be taken seriously, theese are also not meant to harm anyone/thing, these are just for fun)

When it comes to graphics cards, Nvidia is usually top of the line. But after hearing their CEO, Jensen Huang, pronounce "Ti" as "Tye" multiple times on stage, I'm starting to have my doubts. I mean, come on Jensen, you're the CEO of one of the biggest tech companies in the world, and you can't even get the name of your own product right? That's like if McDonald's CEO kept calling the Big Mac a "Big Mack"! It's not just a one-time slip up either. In multiple presentations, interviews, and even on social media, Huang keeps pronouncing "Ti" like it rhymes with "pie." It's getting to the point where I'm starting to wonder if he's doing it on purpose just to mess with us. I get it, pronunciation can be tough, especially when you're dealing with technical terms. But if you're going to be the face of a company that's all about cutting-edge technology, you should probably take the time to learn how to say your own product names. All jokes aside, Nvidia and Jensen Huang are still pretty impressive. They've revolutionized the world of gaming and computer graphics, and their products are still some of the best out there. But maybe, just maybe, they should invest in some pronunciation lessons.

When it comes to social media, Twitter is like that one friend who just can't seem to get their life together. They started out as the cool kid on the block, but now they're constantly struggling to keep up with the trends. And who's to blame? None other than Elon Musk. Elon's been trolling Twitter for years now, but lately he's really stepped up his game. From changing his profile picture to a sheep and tweeting "Just kidding, who needs a union anyway?" to blasting off memes at record speed, he's turned Twitter into his personal playground. But Twitter's not having it. They've been trying to put their foot down and rein in Elon's antics, but it's like trying to herd cats. Every time they think they've got him under control, he slips through their fingers again. It's not just Elon, either. Twitter's got a whole host of problems to deal with. From rampant misinformation and hate speech to bot accounts and spam, the platform is teetering on the brink of collapse. So what's Twitter's solution? A new feature, of course! They've announced that they'll be rolling out a "fact-check" button, which will allow users to flag tweets that contain false information. Because we all know how well that's worked out for Facebook. In the end, it's hard not to feel a little sorry for Twitter. They're like the kid who's trying to keep up with the big boys, but they just can't seem to catch a break. Maybe they should take a page out of Elon's book and just embrace the chaos. After all, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

Meta, formerly known as Facebook, seems to be living in a world of its own, completely oblivious to its own issues. The company's reputation has been in shambles for a while now, with numerous controversies surrounding its handling of user data and its failure to tackle misinformation on its platform. And yet, Meta continues to act as if everything is fine and dandy. Just recently, the company announced its plans to hire thousands of new employees, as if that's going to solve all of its problems. Sure, hiring more people might help in some areas, but it's not going to magically fix the underlying issues that have plagued Meta for years. Meanwhile, the rest of us are left scratching our heads, wondering how Meta is still managing to stay afloat. Maybe it's the fact that the company has so much money that it can afford to ignore its problems. Or maybe it's the fact that people are simply too addicted to Facebook and Instagram to care about anything else. Either way, it's clear that Meta needs to wake up and smell the coffee. Its recent rebranding to "Meta" seems like nothing more than a desperate attempt to distance itself from its troubled past. But as the saying goes, you can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig. At the end of the day, we can only hope that Meta will eventually come to its senses and start taking its responsibilities seriously. Until then, we'll just have to sit back and watch as the company continues to bumble along, blissfully unaware of its own incompetence.

Once upon a time in the land of tech, There was a company that seemed to wreck, People's wallets and dreams with high prices, And products that were no more than devices. Apple was the name of this beast, That promised innovation but released the least, The iPhone X with a notch so deep, Made us wonder, "Is this a joke or a cheap sleep?" Customers cried out, "We need something new!" But Apple's response was, "How about a new hue?" For the same old phone with a new paint job, And a higher price tag that made us sob. But that's not all, oh no, not yet, Apple had another trick up their sleeve, you bet, They removed the charger and headphones too, And said, "Just buy them separately, it's good for you!" So now we pay more for less, it seems, And Apple just sits back and beams, As we hand over our hard-earned cash, For products that make us want to dash. But fear not, my friends, for there is hope, A world beyond Apple's slippery slope, Where innovation and value reign, And prices won't leave us with a financial strain. So let's say goodbye to Apple's game, And embrace the new without shame, For the future is bright and full of laughter, And we'll be glad we left Apple's disaster.

Let's face it, the AMD vs. Nvidia debate is like an epic rap battle of history. Both sides are fiercely loyal, and it's hard to convince anyone to switch teams. But hey, at least we can all agree that integrated graphics suck. Some people swear by AMD for their value and affordability, while others splurge on Nvidia for their top-of-the-line performance. But in the end, it all comes down to what you prioritize in your PC build. Are you a gamer who needs high FPS? Or are you a content creator who needs rendering power? The thing is, both AMD and Nvidia have their strengths and weaknesses. AMD's Ryzen processors are killing it in the CPU market, while Nvidia's RTX cards are leading the charge in ray tracing technology. It's all about finding the right balance for your needs and budget. Of course, there are always those die-hard fans who will defend their chosen brand to the death. They'll argue about clock speeds and CUDA cores until they're blue in the face. But at the end of the day, it's just a bunch of tech nerds arguing about graphics cards. Let's not forget about the memes, though. Who can forget the classic "Can it run Crysis?" or the more recent "But can it run Cyberpunk 2077?" There's something oddly satisfying about knowing your PC can handle the most demanding games out there. So, whether you're Team Red or Team Green, just remember that we're all in this together. We may argue about which brand is better, but at least we can all agree that Macs are overpriced and underpowered. In the end, it's all about building a PC that meets your needs and makes you happy. And if that means sacrificing a few FPS for a cooler-looking case, then so be it.

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