Another day, another study. This one, which is only interesting enough to be discussed among the same people who get excited to talk about car wax and golf, revealed that there's a correlation between your credit score and the email service you use.
My world is turned upside down!
I was planning on just ranting and raving about who would care about this information, but then I decided perhaps instead, I'd turn to Mashable's commenters. Ours here at the Tosh.0 blog have so many "answers" to everything; they must too.
Who's ready for some fun "answers?"
So why do you think there's a correlation between credit scores and email services? Let's ask commenter Nate.
Yahoo Mail is for people who like to wait 5 minutes while 20 ajax requests execute to load the inbox. Also, as a gmail user I very very rarely use the web UI. At home and at work I use thunderbird + imap, on my iPhone it's the mail app (again, imap).
Oooookie dokie, Nerd. I mean, Nate.
I have no idea what you just wrote, but I'll nod my head and see if I can find someone else that commented and made more sense of this. How about you, Christopher D.? Can you tell us why this relationship with these two exist?
this is why i refuse to date girls with a yahoo email address. this study needs to be redone, but for cell phone carriers. i always feel a little sketched out by those sprint-simply-everything-plan girls.
Hmm, good insight. I think you're talking about real relationships instead of anything that has to do with this study. Were you reading what you're commenting on? Probably not. But just in case you're on to something, I'll stay the hell away from those Sprint girls. Thanks.
How about you, Kinlane, care to give us your theory on this? We need answers!
Does everyone feel better now that everyone is further put in there little boxes. Hopefully your in a box that your comfortable with, and some day it doesn't grow to trap you.
Wow, despite the grammatical errors, Kinlane manages to wax philosophical with his commentary. Powerful, but still lacking the answers I need.
Well, I didn't get any solid answers, so I'm just going to go back to my email and mediocre credit score to think about boxes.
For like, forever.