Complaints

Complaints

'No-Reply' Email Addresses Are a Plague

"If you’re allowed to send me an email, I’m allowed to send you an email."
Michael Byrne
8.28.17
Federal Employee Rants

EPA Received Complaint From Employee Calling Donald Trump a 'Fucking Fascist,' Documents Reveal

Someone called the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Inspector General and let loose.
Sarah Emerson
4.10.17
Features

Dear Festival Promoters, Please Stop with the Gimmicky Lineup Announcements

I don't give a damn about your crop circles or info-stealing online game, just tell me who's performing.
Max Mertens
3.1.17
Twitter

Elon Musk Critic Sues Tesla, Says Musk’s ‘Agents’ Hacked His Twitter

The move comes after Tesla sued someone for allegedly impersonating the company's CEO in an email.
Joseph Cox
11.4.16
Twitter

This Bot Will Tweet at Comcast Whenever Your Internet Is Slower Than Advertised

One subscriber used a Raspberry Pi and Twitter to let Comcast know every time its internet has failed him.
Rachel Pick
1.31.16
Fashion

How to Appear in Public Without Getting Tit-Shamed Like Rita Ora

A plunging neckline just isn't acceptable for early evening television, people!
Monica Heisey
1.8.15
uber

Uber's Text Message Spam Is Driving People Crazy

Federal Trade Commission complaints obtained by Motherboard show that people who have no association with the company are getting spammed with unsolicited messages.
Jason Koebler
12.11.14
Stuff

Cry-Baby of the Week: A Woman Called the Cops On Her Son For Watching Porn

This week: A woman called the cops because she found out her son had been watching porn and a mother contacted her local newspaper over some moldy hamburger buns.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
8.8.14
Open Submission Wednesdays

We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume Five

We regret everything.
Noisey Staff
5.28.14
Stuff

Barack Obama's Debate-Night Notes to the Denver Best Western Hotel Staff

On October 3, Barack Obama gave a performance at the first 2012 Presidential Debate that many perceived as inferior, uninspired, and lacking in energy. The next day, a scattering of stationery notes was found in Mr. Obama’s hotel room by cleaning staff.
Jon Bois
10.9.12
Motherboard Blog

The CFPB is Bringing Social Media to the Government to Fight Credit Cards

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, just launched a new consumer complaint site today. The dispinterest wall, is a forum for credit card holders, with what I'd say is a pretty stylish and readable design for a bureaucratic agency. But...
Daniel Stuckey
6.19.12
The History Issue

VICE Mail

We don’t know what she’s talking about, but this is the first handwritten letter we’ve gotten in years and look how pretty it is. It’s like an antique. I wonder if she used a feather dipped in ink to write it.
VICE Staff
5.1.08
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