So just now I was thinking, "Oh, if a portable power outlet were relatively cheap, then I could use one for when I need to vacuum my car" or other things as well, of course, but the vacuuming thing was what I had in mind at the moment. So I betook myself to the Google to investigate, and discovered this charming piece of what the fuck century, much less decade, are you living in?

Great moments in are you fucking kidding me?

It took a moment for me to even figure out what was happening — at first I thought, "Oh, he's on a laptop, she's listening to music." How silly of me. She's a lady! She's doing a lady thing, like ladies do, in the Starbucks, with their lady appliances. That's why she's a perfect date — she's not using technology, like a man, or a lady who doesn't know her place, she's making herself pretty, like all ladies should. It's power for her, for her special, wonderful lady-needs.

I particularly enjoy the look on the model's face, which says, "This is idiotic, but they're paying me, so whatever."

I am not going to provide a url for this, because if it's a troll, which please God let it be, I don't want them to get traffic from it. I don't think it is, though. It's a tech marketing site, and I think this image says everything you need to know about how many men in tech think women interact with technology. I think these guys were seriously patting themselves on the back for having found a way to market their product to women, who would otherwise have had no use for it whatsoever, and would most likely have only been confused and upset by it, turning it over and over in their tiny, manicured hands, until they burst into tears.