Tuesday, August 28

Completely Unfair Comparisons: Rhymed Reason

by Sean Adams

There are plenty of places on Woot where you can find helpful information. This is not one of those places. Every week we will be comparing 3 pairs of things that shouldn’t be compared using this formula: Unrelated Thing X vs. Unrelated Thing Y in terms of Function Z. Facts will be misunderstood, overlooked, or changed for the sake of the argument. Enjoy.

1. A Sled vs. A Shed in terms of Street Cred

Being able to build a high-quality shed is impressive. A lot of work must go into make sure it’s structurally-sound enough to withstand the elements. However, sheds are not portable. So, you can’t bring your shed to the street and score respect with it. Sleds, meanwhile, are built to be portable. Their only purpose in life is to move. So you can definitely drag a sled you built onto the street, and if the street is covered in snow, you can earn respect by offering rides.

Advantage:

A Sled
 

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