When 24 hours isn’t a day

This post from Jason at Pattern Recognition had me on the floor laughing. He’s in Vegas at a hotel that wants to charge for wifi. An excerpt is below, but you’ll need to take a look at his complete post for the full picture. He writes:

As you can see, there are two top choices: 24 hours for $9.95, or 1 day for $9.95. This left me pondering what possible difference there might be between the two that necessitated both choices. Do they not mean consecutive hours? 24 random hours? 24 hours of my choosing? You’d think that question might have come up a few times, and been answered….but no. Not anywhere in the terms of service, not anywhere I can find on the page at all. Just two choices that seem identical, but can’t possibly be since they are both there.

One thought on “When 24 hours isn’t a day”

  1. Glad it made you laugh! At the time I was just befuddled at the silliness of it all.

    Oh, and do me a favor and edit “Pattern” in the main post. 🙂 Thanks for reading.

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