Dec 21st 2008 3:14PM ...and they're definitely blonde:
"Identical doesn't mean that we look exactly the same, identical means that we came from the same placenta."
hint: they're not walking away; they're being repelled by vast amounts of stupidity.
Aug 21st 2007 9:59AM "where it's hoped the robot will aid in easing children's sometimes-traumatic experiences." - is that aid in easing or aid in causing? seriously, just looking into those beady little eyes... [shudders]
Aug 6th 2007 10:34PM can't they just make a mouse that sucks the life force out of the user? seems a lot more efficient than wasting precious lumens on our mice.
Jul 28th 2007 9:40AM "I love the comment about if you spend al your time fixing computers you're going to find BSOD's. Thats like saying if you deal with ill people all the time you're going to find a dead one."
you're still defending your comment that the bsod is disabled. my comment was a demonstration that bsods happen to non-tech people. you know, you can work at a hospital and never find a dead person, that doesn't mean dead people are disabled at the hospital. continuing with this analogy, as medical equipment and techniques get better, less people die from various ills. on the other side of this equation now, it's nice xp (and presumably vista) handles memory read and write failures better and pnp has come a long way, but this doesn't mean that things still don't kill it... :P
Jul 28th 2007 8:18AM oh and "As to the IRQ error thats something you should really only get if you've tried manually configuring your IRQ's and didn't know what you were doing." is one of the most laughable things i've ever heard. anyone who has spent enough time fixing other people's computers knows that windows isn't always savvy when it comes to irq conflicts.
Jul 28th 2007 8:17AM seriously, can i come live with you in your fantasy world? of course, i've never had a bsod when i wasn't personally messing around with my pc, but i've cleaned out people's computers that would bsod whenever you'd boot in normal mode... loaded up with tons upon tons of malware. so yea, it can happen to non "geek" people.
Jul 28th 2007 7:14AM you don't have mess around much, do you?
Jul 12th 2007 1:19AM this could be a great idea. if i ever hear my alarm clock during the day or, this happened to me once, hear an alarm on television with the same ring as mine i will actually feel sick. a weird, sickly vibration runs through my torso and arms while my head slightly dazes. it's classical conditioning at its best. i despise waking up early so much that the very sound of the thing that regularly wakes me makes me feel sickened. at least with this, it will be a vibration on my finger, hopefully unique enough, that won't be experienced again during the day.
Jul 7th 2007 12:37PM they didn't expect MIT to take this long in inventing the technology.
Jul 7th 2007 12:32PM do you doubt the demon? ;)
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