Yes, I got that too..
.. but that's because Facebook always brings me out in a rash. I don't even need Oculus for that.
Before Facebook can "bring the metaverse to life," it will first have to deal with customers dismantling their Oculus Quest 2 VR headsets for repairs because their faces have been irritated. The web titan's Oculus subsidiary on Tuesday issued a voluntary recall notice in conjunction with the US Consumer Product Safety …
You may want to work on your analytical skills. Actually, maybe find them first, install them and see if they're actually willing to be enabled - there is reason to believe it may not take.
Ever heard of the concept of time, and how, for most of us mortals, it flows in one particular direction unless we're on spectacularly potent drugs which are mostly of the illegal kind?
Did you notice, oh wise one, that the joke you're keen to denigrate was not only the first so made, but even an article first post?
No? Thought so.
Here's a tip: best post AFTER you had your first coffee :)
These experts have advised that skin irritation can occur in some segments of the population from many household items – even things like tomatoes or shampoo – and that the rates we’ve seen are in line with expectations"
Rule #1: never confess you were wrong
We are doing so in response to reports from a very small percentage of users who have experienced skin irritation
Rule #5: always minimize your implication.
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