Is there something that’s so useless you want it abolished?
Eric Peterson: Why have a voice mail that allows someone only six seconds to leave a message?! That’s not even enough time to leave a phone number! Aargh! Every time I get one of those it makes me want to eat my phone.
Scott Renshaw: Nope, everything is completely necessary. Now excuse me while I spend the next seven hours playing Angry Birds on my smartphone.
Bryan Mannos: Mosquitos. I just don’t see the purpose. And dolphins.
Kolbie Stonehocker: TRAX stations that only have cash-only ticket machines. God forbid some of the money spent to make those shiny new trains go to installing some 21st-century ticket-dispensing technology. Like I want to have cash on me at any TRAX station, anyway.
Derek Carlisle: Comic Sans, Papyrus and Copperplate.
Kelly Cannon: Baby registries. I didn’t buy anything for your wedding, why would you think I’d buy something for your kid?
Jerre Wroble: Vitamin supplements. If think you’re low on something, maybe eat a bowl of colorful fruit/veggies from the farmers market. Chase it with a bran muffin. Then go outside and get some sun. With the money you save, maybe you can spring for organic bananas.
Rachel Piper: Those coupon mailers that fill up my mailbox. I’m not a crazy coupon lady, so I don’t care that I can get 10 pairs of athletic socks for a dollar at Reams.