Healthcare.gov, Google Books, and Snapchat: 90 Seconds on The Verge

President Obama apologizes for healthcare.gov… Google wins Google Books lawsuit…Snapchat says “no” to Facebook. http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/14/510428…
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Uncle Jay Explains Healthcare.gov!

Uncle Jay actually CAN’T explain healthcare.gov. This is just his cry of frustration. He’s been offline for almost two years, but this sort of brought him back.

50 thoughts on “Healthcare.gov, Google Books, and Snapchat: 90 Seconds on The Verge

  1. Nicholas Vettese

    They tested the site days before go live, and it couldn’t handle the 1000
    users for the test, so he knew it didn’t work. Plus, it was his decision to
    move forward 

    Reply
  2. Sakatoki91

    Well snapchat is one of the competitors of Facebook, so why not try to buy
    it … But nah, I don’t like to see all the apps monopolized by big ass
    companies like Facebook or Google or Microsoft. 

    Reply
  3. venuecam

    52% of American voters thought that Obama was not trustworthy. LOL

    Too late now morons. He only had to get elected a second time and now he’s
    just lining the pockets of as many of his corporate buddies as he can until
    he gets the ass after his second and final term. When will Americans learn
    that until they actually remove their treasonous govt that this will never
    end. You’ll only just keep getting lied to. FFS every subsequent POTUS
    knows this and KEEPS LYING AND YOU MORONS KEEP EATING IT UP AND BITCHING
    EVERY TIME THEY F*** YOU OVER AGAIN. ARE YOU MORONS TAKING CRAZY PILLS OR
    SOMETHING?!

    Reply
  4. zhbroder

    ok 3 billion.. but is snapchat really gonna depreciate any time soon.. i
    guess the real question is when is enough, enough. 3 billion is enough for
    me, but i’d rather have 10 billion in 4 months..

    Reply
  5. Johnny Thai

    I’m okay with the new comment section except the whiny chain letters but I
    kind of liked the green like bar :(

    Reply
  6. Groud Frank

    I find Snapchat to be an incredible waste of time and will share the same
    fate as Myspace. Google should put that 4 billion towards buying BlackBerry
    and try to get their hands on patents, that QNX Kernel and some talented
    Java coders. 

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  7. 16 Bit Images

    So Google gets away with taking pictures of books for fair use, but
    legitimate fair use is taken down on Youtube without a second thought?

    Reply
  8. Rodan Hassan

    Update on the Snapchat bidding: Google offered 4 billion dollars but Evan
    Spiegel (creator/owner of Snapchat) turned the offer down.

    Three words: What.The.Fuck.

    Reply
  9. David Johnston

    I am so glad that I don’t have an individual insurance policy and don’t
    have to deal with this crap. I did log in to try and check prices out of
    curiosity, and of course it didn’t work.

    Reply
  10. earthshoes

    UNCLE JAY! So glad to see you back. Will you please go up to Washington
    and explain things to government officials? 

    Reply
  11. UTTuba

    I was thinking about you last week! Youve been gone long enough for my wife
    to have 1 kid and get pregnant with another! Welcome back!

    Reply
  12. Ruth Bonapace

    Like a voice crying in the wilderness, I’ve been searching for you …
    Google, Youtube, twitter. No sign of Uncle Jay. Until now. What happened??
    Have you been prepared a super-duper singing year end wrap-up for us?

    Reply
  13. Benjamin La Count

    LOL…WELCOME BACK UNCLE JAY! You’ve been missed and there is WAY WAY WAY
    too much material for you out here to be retired!

    Reply

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