@benterrett Also, an I Would Like This Delivered By A Salaried Employee With A Reasonable Quantity Of Deliveries To Make Each Day, No Immediate Rush service.
And the one time I’ve ordered something from Amazon this month I didn’t need it in a rush, so it seemed silly to use the free next day delivery, rather than standard. No point anyone rushing on my account!
Although, I currently have Amazon Prime for a month (due to pressing the wrong button) and it took me 10 minutes last night to find anything I wanted to watch.
@BarbicanCentre I can’t work out why your form for buying tickets doesn’t let you paste in credit/debit card details. Such a pain having to type it all in every time. It works on an iPad, but not desktop.
When it’s your birthday, and your age is a prime number, Amazon should give you free Prime for a year. Or maybe they do already? I shall look forward to it.
Editing a script is so often about a few key points:
1. How late can I start the scene?
2. Have I written past the ending of this scene?
3. How little can everyone say and it still make sense?
@philgyford Ditto. We need an Amazon Bring It Round Whenever You're Passing service.